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Copenhagen Day 2: Vision Highlights

Ian Wright’s three quick finds from Copenhagen’s trade show Vision.

Elise Gug

Creating beautiful, luxury ready-to-wear, Elise Gug’s entire collection is made in Italy from Italian fabrics. The brands signature is its simple but flattering dresses, that this season start as the most basic shapes in geometric prints and pared back palette of soft greys (wholesale £70), going up to the hero piece of the collection, in a new metallic floral jacquard (£300). Silhouettes range from form fitting and nipped at the waist, to a slightly drop waist, pleat-front style.
Contact: 00 45 33 91 00 84


For spring 14, Bogelund-Jensen has taken an experimental direction with its textiles, transforming its accessible range of dress, skirt and top shapes with textured cotton/ polyester jacquards, sheer lace and a fluid viscose/ silk mix. The foundation of the collection is the silky tops (starting at €63/ £54) while the most dramatic styles include the blue and white collarless jacket (€162/ £139) and trouser (€117/ £100) set made from an interesting 3-D jacquard.

Contact: 00 45 21 70 88 00


Now in its tenth year, Whiite’s brand of contemporary, clean but far from boring womenswear hits the mark for those looking for a little more decoration from their Scandi brands. Despite some bold dresses, separates are the collection’s strongest pieces, including a great loose knit cardigan (€74/ £64), a quilted leather jacket (€161/ £138) and a delicate floral lace top (€59/ £51).

Contact: 00 45 55 56 40 75

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