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Copenhagen Fashion Week: Winter 2025

Copenhagen Fashion Week continues to be a benchmark for the fashion market, showcasing emerging brands with a strong sustainable stance.

Running from January 29 to February 2, Copenhagen Fashion Week presented 29 collections for the Winter 2025 season. Below, we analyze the main highlights of the event for the womenswear. Follow along!

  1. Colors

Neutrals such as black, gray, and beige frequently appear in the collections, whether in monochrome or prints, while brown is mainly explored in pieces aimed at homewear and tailoring. Of the more colorful shades, red is a highlight for the Winter 2025 season, already pointed out by Start by WGSN.

2. Strong Points

The comfort explored in the season makes loose fittings a strong point in pieces, highlighting dropped armholes, loose cuts, and extra-long sleeves. The play on textures is also evident, whether through cutouts combining different surfaces or quilted bases, which appear with varied designs.

Rolf Ekroth

3. Apparel

Composing varied looks, matching sets appear formed by blouses and skirts or pants, along with blouses or overlay pieces (jackets, blazers), bringing aesthetics that are sometimes minimalist, sometimes romantic, or even utilitarian. In the case of dresses, winter garments featured thick materials, long sleeves, and midi lengths.

Filippa K

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