Han Kjøbenhavn FW20 collection at Milan Fashion Week.
Han Kjøbenhavn showed its first collection at Milan Fashion week, inspired by the Danish winter landscape.
The Danish fashion house, showed its uncompromising style of using cultural conflicts as a driver of storytelling.
It is the contrasts and duality that characterizes the designs of this brand: from oversized silhouettes, tight jumpsuits and diamond patterned leather jackets to acid washed denim pants and skirts, faux fur coats and steel-chain necklaces.
The social-realistic storytelling and gritty aesthetic with an emotional core is a trademark of Han Kjøbenhavn:
“Social systems and human behavior are inspiring and interesting for me to observe. Especially when the darkness of the winter takes over and your state of mind changes”, says the founder and creative director.
Both menswear and womenswear were on the catwalk showing the brand’s full universe and design aesthetics.
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Photography Roberta Lacaria