Baum und Pferdgarten / Stine Goya
Everything you need to see from Copenhagen Fashion Week AW21
Baum und Pferdgarten unveiled its latest collection worn by 21 people from around the globe in their home towns, who have all shown support for the brand during the pandemic. The collection took inspiration from the coastal communities in Denmark, through layered and trans-seasonal ensembles that echoed performance wear.
“‘The Lockdown Show’ is essentially a celebration of how we are all connected in a global community,” designers Helle Hestehave and Rikke Baumgarten exclusively told us.
“Even though digital platforms will never replace physical interaction, these new formats offer other possibilities for connecting across physical and cultural distances and form alternative communities. We wanted our show format to be a joyful reminder of how much we appreciate our community – the Baum family.”
Drawing inspiration from the New Romantic movement of the 1980s, as well as the neo-noir glamour of the roaring 1920s, Stine Goya’s autumn/winter 2021 collection was full of bold brights and floral prints.
The ‘Grunge Euphoria’ collection paid tribute to the energy of speakeasies and nightclubs where individuality, self-expression, sexuality and longing reign supreme, while the beautiful floral prints were inspired by by Japanese artist Tetsumi Kudo.
Bought to life by the sounds of Roxy Music, Spandau Ballet, Boy George and David Bowie in the brand’s fashion film, the collection is a reaction to the newfound mundanity of life in lockdown, celebrating the carefree and sensuality that nightlife provides, taking Bowie at his word to be “heroes just for one day”, Goya explains.