After presenting the menswear collectionduring Paris Fashion week past July, Henrik Vibskov was one of few designers that yesterday opened the Copenhagen Fashion Week. The Danish designer (for me it sounds reductive to say just that, so I would prefer artist) re-presented the same menswear pieces that we already saw in Paris, but with adding to this collection, that he named "Bathtub Observer", also the woman’s collection.
He perfectly combines the intelligent design with the artistic multi-talent vision. The collection is very easy going and composed with functional garments, but on the other side, with a great sense of eclecticism in the pattern and accessories part. We saw cubistic motives on knits, pants and tops or herringbone patterns and we could not forget of three-dimensional black stunning showpieces, brogues with wooden heels and of course the ponytails under wool hats.

Overall the collection is very smart and unique...very Henrik Vibskov.

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Photos courtesy of Copenhagen Fashion Week

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