AERON FW23 Opened Copenhagen Fashion Week With a Bang
Redefining the staple office wardrobe after several years of pandemic lockdown regulations.
Eszter Áron‘s Budapest-based label AERON officially returned to the Copenhagen Fashion Week calendar by opening the agenda all at once.
For Fall/Winter 2023, AERON looked to redefine the definition of traditional office attire as normality is back in full swing following several years of pandemic lockdown. With this in mind, the brand creates a new staple wardrobe for everyday use, honing in on sophisticated tailoring that can easily transition from workplace to dinner party.
The showcase was held in Copenhagen’s Fabrikken for Kunst & Design and saw the brand continue to support its local community by inviting friends and family to grace the runway. The designer was birthed from a long line of tailors and reflected her intricate roots through exaggerated suiting, textured shirting, and sleeveless blazers matched with wrapped trousers that walked along transitional lines.
Elsewhere, AERON continued exploring its fascination with delicate knitwear through loose-fitting speckled variations that boast dangling collars, which brush against the ground. Distinct iterations sport exposed shoulders and distorted linear graphics, while double-layered cuts and vibrant tones accent timeless leather ensembles.
Take a closer look at AERON’s FW23 collection in the gallery above.
In case you missed it, Latimmier FW23 explored the definition of contemporary menswear.