As fashion weeks continues to sweep across Europe, so do some of the biggest trends. Even in the biting cold of winter, these street-style looks were hotter than fire. Across Copenhagen Autumn/Winter 2022 Fashion Week, we saw plenty of leather jackets of all shades and lengths. We also enjoyed seeing chunky knits, timeless maxi coats, and streamlined silhouettes with oversized outerwear. Typically many lean into neutral shades during the colder months, but the fashion goers were unafraid of going big and bold this season. We saw myriad duo-chrome outfits – matching coats, shoes, skirts, and bags, with a different hue in between. Some went straight to the three-color rule, adding an extra tone into the mix for a more complex result. Interpretations of the biggest ’80s, ’70s and ’90s trends included the blend of retro and modern silhouettes, such as oversized sweaters, fringing, boho looks, puffer jackets, and platform heels. Some took a leaf out of Princess Diana’s book by combining athleticwear with wool coats and denim. Bright yellow, lime green, mint, purple, and pink were popular, but we also saw blue and brown joining in on the fun. While there was plenty of it around, it wasn’t just about color-blocking. There was also an array of clashing prints and textures. Many let their accessories do the talking – accents of neon in the form of boots, bags, gloves, and scarves pulled focus and put a playful spin on the sophisticated outfits. Add a splash of life to your next winter outfit – here are the best looks we saw at Copenhagen Fashion Week A/W22.
Alexandra Feiam is an experienced fashion writer who holds a degree in journalism. She has an impressive portfolio and expertise working as the Editor at Power Retail and Commercial Content Editor at Newscorp. Ally has been writing for The TrendSpotter since 2018, and her work has been featured in notable publications such as The Herald Sun, Arirang TV South Korea, Kidspot, The House of Wellness, and The Daily Telegraph.
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