I was just browsing through my pictures from Copenhagen Fashion Week AW13 and I found these Christian Louboutin darlings. One of my favorite Danish designers Anne Sofie Madsen used these shoes for her show at the city hall in February. I tried to find them online but without any luck.. I guess they might be showpieces or made specially? help!
Danish designer Peter Jensen works and have his design studio here in Dalston, London. I met and hang out with their sweet sales representative Crystalle during fashion week, and which you might have seen wearing a cool Peter Jensen dress on my Instagram profile? I wouldn’t mind having these pieces in my wardrobe and notice the yellow shoes in the last picture. I just got home from Central Saint Martins, where I this evening received my certificate for my “Entrepreneurship for Creatives” course, YEAH! Goodnight x x
I think it it time for a little picture editorial of me and my outfit and here it is! These pictures are taken Monday at Somerset House. I’m wearing my Zara pencil skirt, Underground creepers, Stine Goya x Adax bag, Sunnies from “Waiting for the Sun” (NAG Store) and the rest are from Anne Sofie Madsen.
Photo credits: Rmacleod, CSM
As written in an earlier post I work for Berthram’s in London and this is how our exhibition space looked liked. Picture 2/Christina B. Poulsen, owner of Berthrams.com, Picture 2/Me wearing the adorable Anne Sofie Madsen jumper, Picture 3/Jackie showing a visitor the Stine Goya collection.
This season at Somerset House in London, there was a whole area dedicated only to Scandinavian brands, which I as Danish born only can be proud of. I have been working with Berthram’s at the fair, where we represented Anne Sofie Madsen and Stine Goya. There has been such a great and positive feedback on our brands from buyers and press, but also for the whole Scandinavian area. The next couple of days I’ll share various favorite brands that has exhibited on the fair. I wish that they will do the Scandinavian area again next season and hopefully even bigger, as I think it is amazing to get the talented Scandinavian designers out to the world. These pictures are taken at the event on Monday where stylist Dorothea Gundtoft presented her book “Fashion Scandinavian”. The book features over 50 fashion designers from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland and Finland. Whether they are well-established or up-and-coming, whether they work in menswear or womenswear, they all share a passionate commitment to a cool and refined design style that carries huge international appeal. Their appeal lies in the simplicity, minimalism, attention to detail and high quality of materials so iconic in Scandinavian design, as well as in the sustainable and ethical production methods espoused. I really want to get my hands on that book. You can purchase it HERE.
Picture 1/Exhibition of selected brands 2/Trine Hav Christensen, Danish 2/Freya Dalsjø, Danish 3/ Anne Sofie Madsen, Danish 4/Sofia Balner, Sweden 5/Author & stylist Dorothea Gundtoft being interviewed 7/Fashion icon Zandra Rhodes
There is a lot going on at Somerset House these days during fashion week and here are a few snapshots. Tonight I’m going to the Box, I can’t wait! x x
Just came back from Somerset House where we have prepared the Exhibition for London Fashion Week. There is a Scandinavian area where I will be with Berthrams with our brands Stine Goya and Anne Sofie Madsen till Tuesday. During Copenhagen Fashion Week we made this film with Anne Sofie Madsen and Maria Black. More backstage pictures on its way. Hope you like it? x x
The Veronica B. Vallenes show was really nice and my favorite looks was the off white/beige outfits. Veronica will also be exhibiting at Somerset House during London Fashion week end of this week, so I can’t wait to have a closer look at the fabrics.
Catwalk pictures by Copenhagen Fashion Week