As it always does, the Copenhagen International Fashion Fair returned to its usual spot, the Bellacenter, during Copenhagen Fashion Week, bringing together under one roof over 500 brands.
Inviting international press and industry persons to discover Danish (and further) creativity, this year’s CIFF spanned over 20,000 square metres and put on show an array of designer works, from ready-to-wear to accessories, as well as footwear and swimwear. This year saw the addition of brands such as Holzweiler, CDLP, and Woodbird, among others.
The extensive roster on display at the CIFF includes the Italian brand Colmar Originals, footwear specialist Bukela, globally renowned DKNY, the Mary Jane-famous brand G. H. Bass, funky footwear experts INUIKII, as well as the cult brand Juicy Couture, among many others.
Although clothing can be admired for hours, getting lost in the large-scale offering, it isn’t just fashion that the CIFF offers. The bi-yearly fair trade also organised panel talks led by industry professionals, speaking on all things fashion business to sustainability to technological impacts on the industry.
With over 30 years of creative celebration, the CIFF continues to push for positivity within the industry, promoting knowledge exchange, and highlighting local brands, designers and artists.
The CIFF’s ever-expanding roster of talents makes it all the more exciting to explore what it’ll have in store for us next season, Until next time, CIFF.
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