Edited by Rebecca Alexander
WeAreTheMarket.com shares their review of Wood Wood during Copenhagen Fashion Week.
Scandinavian design has been influencing us for some time in both the interiors and fashion arenas. So we finally decided to get on over to Copenhagen for the CPH and Gallerie Shows, to soak up some Nordic influence and meet some cool people and cool brands.
We caught the Danish brand Wood Wood’s fashion show earlier this evening. For it’s 7th collection, called the “big bang” collection, Wood Wood considers serious issues such as global warming, Armageddon, and the futuristic idea of space colonization. For men, classic and casual streetwear– basic tees, classic shirts, chinos, jeans, knitwear and sweatshirts– are twisted into interesting silhouettes. Fabrics range from classic mix of dark navy corduroy, light denim chambray, check flannel, to lambswool knitwear. Womenswear reflected a tomboyish edge using menswear materials, colors, and shapes. We personally love the plaid knee length shorts! Pics after the jump.
And always known for their exciting collaborations, Wood Wood teamed up again with heritage outerwear maker Penfield with a new bordeaux-red leather jacket.