Photographer Pernille Sandberg
Fashion Editor Veronika Dorosheva
Hair Artist Said Rubaii
Make-up Artist Annika Jeck
Talents Enrico / Conspirators Berlin & Lucy / VIVA Models Berlin
Blazer Won Hundred
Sunglasses Poul Stig
Shoes Won Hundred
Photographer Nataliya Kogan
Fashion Editor Victoria Gogh
Make Up Artist Kate Gorelova
Hair Artist Marina Vaskina
Fashion assistant Anna Popova
Talent Masha Palamarchuk
Special thanks to Apollo Studios and Ilya Nemirovsky
From collection to cast, music to location…
Here are the 10 best of Paris Fashion Week SS18
Since establishing their clothing line The Row, ex-child-star twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have defied all expectations for a ‘celebrity’ brand. From its anonymous name to it’s rigorous palette, the label explores luxury, craft and understatement and has won legions of well-heeled fans across the globe. Following the opening of two spectacular concept stores, the sisters talked to DANSK about their approach to design, their plans for menswear and the advantages of having a show biz past.
From its start as an eyewear brand nearly a decade ago, Han Kjøbenhavn has grown to offer a full blown menswear collection with stores not only in its home city but also Paris and New York. Known as much for their avant-garde runway presentations and iconoclastic ad campaigns as their highly personal take on urban sportswear, the company is moving into new exciting times. Whilst waiting for a new CEO to be announced, the remaining founder and creative director Jannik Wikkelsø Davidsen talks about the distinctive creative process and the future of the brand.
Despite the fact that the cold wet weather in Denmark gave no hint of global warming at all, delegates gathered in the capital’s striking DR concert hall last Thursday for the annual Copenhagen Fashion Summit, the clothing industry’s foremost convention dealing with sustainability and its often less-than-benign impact on the world’s dwindling resources.
Born in Seville and educated in Paris, Johnny has an international perspective on brutishness and British culture. A student of both Architecture and Design, Johnny’s fascination with mathematics and engineering is as much a part of his design ethos as his passion for colour and drawing. With decades of experience from Louis Vuitton to Celine now have lead him to design for master of leather goods – Mulberry.
We had a small chat with Mr. Coca..