It may have only kicked off, but Copenhagen Fashion Week is already in full swing and yielding an abundance of cool
street style looks. As the industry awaits the S/S 19 shows by Scandi brands such as Cecilie Bahnsen, Stine Goya, By Malene Birger, Ganni, and Saks Potts, we’ve been on Instagram tracking #CPHFW to get live updates on all the latest action and, of course, to stay on top of the influencer outfits cropping up in real time. As usual, the Scandi style set is killing it with their own brand of minimalism with a twist. So far, there have been plenty of utilitarian jumpsuits and monochromatic separates, alongside a good dose of florals and pastel hues. Scroll down to see our favorite looks so far.
Style Notes: Nnenna Echem has us daydreaming of autumn with this chic baby blue suit. We love how she wore it with chunky Acne sneakers and a red beaded bag.
Style Notes: Utility jumpsuits are in full force this fashion week (as are those Balenciaga tweed heels). Believe it or not, Filippa Hägg’s is from Zara, but it won’t be around for long.
Style Notes: Josephine Aarkrogh, ELLE Denmark’s fashion director, is giving us serious floral-dress envy in this blue-and-yellow number from Danish brand Brogger. We also need one of those yellow fans (could this be the new It accessory?).
Style Notes: Tine Andrea makes a strong case for the statement white blouse in this pared-back ensemble. Also, kudos on the see-through accessory—not everyone can make the contents of their handbag look that chic.
Style Notes: Utility jumpsuit number two—this time in an eye-catching Barbie pink color. Jeanette Madsen wisely keeps accessories to a minimum and opts for a pair of strappy sandals and (yet another) see-through Nunoo bag.
Style Notes: Proof that you don’t have to wear the latest Instagram trend to look the part. Katarina Petrovic keeps it simple with an oversized white shirt and black midi skirt.
Style Notes: We have so much love for this outfit—from the retro-style blouse and pointed flats to the Cult Gaia rattan bag, Marie Hindkær nails chic casual.
Style Notes: A lesson in layering. When the weather starts to cool, throw a knitted vest over your favourite short-sleeved shirt for Ellen Claesson–inspired style.
Style Notes: Who What Wear UK’s Copenhagen Fashion Week reporters, Rebecca Thandi and Freya August, started their week in midi dresses. We particularly love Freya’s belted Arket number, which comes in this season’s hottest print.
Style Notes: Head-to-toe-white denim might sound a little scary (and dare we say, tacky), but Guri Heli’s outfit is anything but. We love the outfit’s oversized silhouette and the dainty Fendi bag.
Style Notes: Strappy heels, Dior bag, pastel hues—yep, Emma Moldt Bodeholt checked all the S/S 18 boxes in one outfit.
Style Notes: Darja Barannik keeps things breezy in a pair of white jeans and a floaty tunic dress.
Style Notes: Floral dresses don’t come much prettier than this slinky number worn by Diletta Bonaiuti. We bet the back is pretty spectacular too…
Style Notes: The LBD is given a chic update with frivolous ruffles and a pie crust collar. Pernille expertly styles the look with a highlighter-orange Prada clutch and cat eye sunglasses.
Style Notes: Now this is a stylish line-up. Lisa Aiken and Chloe Loulou de Saison step out in printed midi dresses, while Linda Tol throws back to the ’80s with mom jeans and an oversized bow blazer.
Style Notes: Sharp suiting gets elevated to new heights with on-trend accessories, namely white heels, oversized sunglasses and a structured croc handbag.
Style Notes: Courtney Trop doesn’t hold back on the animal print in this statement outfit. It’s loud, but she definitely makes it work.
Style Notes: Emili Sindlev is spotted here carrying another Nunoo bag (three’s a trend right?). We love the purple polka dot skirt, which she styles to perfection with a printed short sleeve shirt.
Style Notes: Sophia Roe rocks the outfit of the season: white jeans, nude cami, neutral blazer and strappy sandals. Minimalist yet so chic.
Style Notes: Sonia Lyson expertly dresses down a glam zebra print maxi dress with a slouchy sweater and chunky sneakers.
Style Notes: Pajama chic is the order of the day for this show-goer. Matchy-matchy style never looked so effortless.
Style Notes: We’re getting so much inspiration from this look. We love the pairing of a neutral color palette with the use of dramatic, oversized silhouettes.
Style Notes: This is high-low dressing at its best. Blanca Miró styles a pair of brown tailored trousers with a baggy printed tee and polished accessories.
This post originally appeared on Who What Wear UK.