The rest of the news and chat from the Danish capital.
Anerkjendt gets everybody talking
It was the name on everyone’s lips (even if they did have trouble pronouncing it): Humör’s big brother Anerkjendt was the talk of the town. Pitched as a more grown-up version of the Danish young fashion brand, buyers at Terminal 2 were pleasantly surprised that the prices for the chunky knits, speckled blazers and heavyweight shirts hadn’t got similarly enlarged.
Lunch with Gallery chief executive Christian Gregersen is an enlightening affair, whether it’s his impressive analogies (he likens his show to a dinner party where everyone has to bring something to the table), his passion for crafting a well-edited event or his tips for Danish bread and cakes. (NB: don’t miss the flødebolle if you go to Copenhagen.)
It’s a family affair…
…at Day Birger et Mikkelsen right now. Speaking backstage after unveiling his first collection since returning to the brand after a seven-year absence, creative director Peter Ingwersen was excited about the future for Day Birger, with the brand’s founder Keld Mikkelsen talking about a “family feel” now that Ingwersen has returned.
Fresh from winning the first H&M Design Award, Stine Riis’s smile could hardly be contained as she talked us through hercollection that’ll go into H&M stores next autumn. Riis’s strong outerwear and jackets with a modern sophistication should sell well.