5 top trends from the Copenhagen spring 2022 runways

By Allyson Shiffman
Top trends from CPHFW

Vogue Scandinavia's Copenhagen Fashion Week trends roundup

At Copenhagen’s SS22 Fashion Week, one thing was abundantly clear: we are ready to start dressing. This was apparent both via street style — even wilder than we recall — and the looks coming down the runways. Still, we aren’t quite ready to give up comfort or practicality, and the prevailing trends of the season balanced both instincts.


Spaghetti is Served

Spaghetti straps abound, yes, over shoulders, but also via teeny tiny body floss and even exposed thongs. Daring, sexy and totally 1990s, barely there whispers of fabric are all that are holding garments on our bodies come spring.



Rabens Saloner.

Relaxation Nation

This season, tailoring were relaxed, we mean really relaxed. Those looking to suit up without sacrificing the coziness of home will find comfort in the oversized trousers and effortless blazers at Mark Kenly Domino Tan and Stine Goya. Looking on point has never been so easy breezy.

Mark Kenly Domino Tan.

Day Birger.

Stine Goya.

Knitty Gritty

Knitwear, but make it summer. No surprise that A. Roege Hove and Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard — aficionados of the medium — sent barely there knits down the runway, but add to the mix Lovechild1979 and Ganni and it’s evident that weaves aren’t just for winter.

A Roege Hove. Photo: A. Røge Hove

Louise Lyngh Byrregard.

Lovechild 1979.

Tie One On

The humble scarf finds new life by way of fresh applications. Tied on the neck or around the head, scarves — silk, mostly — served as the simplest way to jazz up any look.


Mark Kenly Domino Tan.

Stine Goya.

The Long and Short of It

Hemlines favoured extremes this season -- either grazing the floor or barely covering the essentials. Either way, there was an inherent sexiness in the maxi dresses and mini skirts on display, an indication that as we emerge from our homes, just about anything goes.



Helmstedt and Han.