Danish designer Henrik Vibskov recently unveiled his latest Autumn-Winter men's and women's collection during Copenhagen Fashion Week. The Fall season plays with volume, delicate fabrics and silhouettes. Models walked down the runway wearing high headpieces with wobbly sweatbands, double-faced jerseys, draping pants (kilt versus harem), oversized vests and shawls. Designer still preserves the clean minimalistic touch in his creations. Personally, I like the showcased morphed silhouettes, where upper bodies are long and stretched, while the bottoms are oversized, wide, cropped and low crotched. Indeed, Vibskov creations are bold and shaped.
Fashion model appears on the catwalk wearing a creative black knitted headwear and loose-fit white dress in black grid print.
Male model appears in a creative hat, navy blazer, black tunic and loose-fit skirt.
An exaggerated black sweater in white grid is paired with slouchy cropped trousers.
In love with this teddy bear exaggerated black pullover worn atop black tunic and printed white skirt.
We see an oversized coat with wide collar paired with pritned knit top that is teamed with black loose-fit skirt.
There is kind of preppy touch in this dark tartan pantsuit.
Classroom preppy grunge style. Fashion model is wearing dark blue-green tartan shirt tucked in front buttoned long black skirt.
An exaggerated navy pea-coat is worn atop black slouchy separates.
A zig zag lined print pantsuit looks awesome. It's an ideal choice for those guys who are going to attend various fashion events.