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A shifting status quo: The most inclusive moments during Copenhagen Fashion Week

By Charlotte Manning

Behind the scenes of Ganni's performance. Photo: Ganni

Heading towards a more inclusive fashion future, these were the moments from Copenhagen Fashion Week that made us hopeful for more diversity in the industry

This week's AW22 presentations at Copenhagen Fashion Week brought bold attitudes between the bundles and layers of wool and faux fur. Since SS22 presentations last August, the status quo has continued to shift, as it will continue to do — with or without you. Designers and fashion gazers alike are challenging today's industry from different angles, slowly tearing down the curtains that (unknowingly) keep others out.


The future of fashion is diverse and inclusive, so what are some of the ways that brands are conceptualising representation, in all its forms, both subtly and specifically? Here’s some observations on shows that portrayed an inviting brand identity this season: