Henrik Vibskov Unveils an Eccentric Color Heavy 2018 Spring/Summer Collection

The latest from the Danish fashion designer.

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Danish designer Henrik Vibskov recently exhibited an eccentric color heavy 2018 spring/summer collection at his Paris Fashion Week showing. Continuing his experimentation with texture and structure, Visbkov displayed a bevy of traditional garment silhouettes reinterpreted in his signature style. Playful prints and geometric lines served as the main detailing elements of the colorful seasonal range. Take a look at Henrik Vibskov’s 2018 spring/summer collection above and let us know what you think.

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