Astrid Andersen's SS19 Collection Is Inspired by Danish Heritage

A modern take on traditional streetwear.

Fashion
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Astrid Andersen‘s Spring/Summer 2019 collection was presented in a unique display for Copenhagen Fashion Week. A cast of models were staged in a home setting referencing the idea of family in Danish heritage.

We see 3M detailing on shiny, silver tracksuits and tops. Hoodies and button-up shirts are styled minimally to appear fresh and modern. The models range in age, body shape and gender showing that the clothing is truly a unisex offering. The location of the clothing was special as it was chosen to celebrate Danish architect Verner Panton. His geometric furniture and uncanny ability to design were channeled through the selection of each of the SS19 silhouettes.

Enjoy a look at the installation above and be sure to peep the best street style from CFW.

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