Danish designer Henrik Vibskov already debuted his Spring/Summer 2020 offering at Paris Fashion Week, but that didn’t stop Vibskov from taking his new wares to Copenhagen Fashion Week for another presentation. The all-encompassing collection delivers upon Vibskovs preferred tenets of bold color, striking pattern play and relaxed silhouettes, yielding slogan sweaters and statement shoes alike.
Models strode the “Stuck Under the Surface” runway in platform sandals and showed off patterned headgear that complimented the heavily-patterned garb, which ranged from geometric-printed shirts to a short-sleeve double-breasted jacket and short set. “SCREW YOU BARBECUE” verbiage graced several tees and sweaters, complete with roasted hot dog graphics, making for a conventional counterpoint to hot pink windowpane trenchcoats, billowing suits and jumpsuits laced with a woven pattern.
Henrik Vibskov’s boutiques and stockists will receive the new goods early next year.
Elsewhere at Copenhagen Fashion Week, PSEUDONYM debuted its own graphic-rich SS20 offering.