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CHPFW focuses on carbon neutrality by 2025

"Aiming to be a carbon neutral city by 2025, Copenhagen recently announced one of its most ambitious climate policies in the world that includes reducing the greenhouse gas emissions by 70 per cent by 2030. The city will use its role and voice to make sustainability more attractive and speed up the transition of the industry. It also organised the Copenhagen Fashion Week(CPHFW) from August 06-09, 2019."

 

CHPFW focuses on carbon neutrality by 2025Aiming to be a carbon neutral city by 2025, Copenhagen recently announced one of its most ambitious climate policies in the world that includes reducing the greenhouse gas emissions by 70 per cent by 2030. The city will use its role and voice to make sustainability more attractive and speed up the transition of the industry. It also organised the Copenhagen Fashion Week(CPHFW) from August 06-09, 2019. The event featured three Scandinavian brands, which launched their latest collections at the event.

Holzweiler’s new collection inspired by generation Z

Starting as the go-to scarf maker, the brand has now evolved into one of the largest and most popular brands inCHPFW focuses on carbon neutrality Scandinavia. The brand showcased its spring/summer 2020 collection inspired by generation Z. Holzweiler continuously aims to improve its manufacturing practices. Itslambswool scarves are made from up to 60 per cent recycled wool, while its swimwear is made using recycled polyester. The brand is currently in the process of changing its denim products to organic and recycled materials, without compromising durability. For its spring/summer 2020 collection, it used the cotton proposed by the Better Cotton Initiative alongwith natural fibers wherever possible. It also uses biodegradable materials for wrapping its garments in Europe and plans to expand this use to its entire production.

Rodebjer showcases organic collections

A third-time participant, Carin Rodebjer stocked its signature slouchy suits and draped kaftans in over 250 stores worldwide. The brand uses a lot of organic and recycled materials and avoids garment washes and bleaches where possible. Having worked with the same manufacturers for quite some time now, the brand has a close connection to ensure that its garments are being made as sustainably as possible.

Stand Studio experiments with psychedelic snake prints and subtle pastel colors

Returning to CPHFW for the second time, Nellie Kamras’s Stockholm-based label’s Stand Studio launched its spring/summer 2020 collection based on the idea of endless city summer and seaside resorts. With leather as the base materials, the collection also used other kinds of materials and treatments like tie-dyes and silver foils. The joy of summer is also present in marine rope details, long linen fringe trims and patent outerwear inspired by inflatable sun beds. The collection experiments with psychedelic snake prints and more subdued pastels. For the spring/summer 2020 collection it is offering a capsule collection with material made from pineapple leaves, for example, and for autumn/winter '19/'20 it plans to offer faux furs made from recycled plastics from the sea as well as fabrics made from corn.

 
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