You can always count on Copenhagen-based label Stine Goya to brighten up your day with their pastel and print-heavy wearable delights. Their show last year may have been a ball—literally—but they’ve managed to one-up themselves yet again this Copenhagen Fashion Week.
Opting out of an IRL runway show (remember those?), Stine Goya presented her spring 2021 collection via a House of Goya film that is every bit as playful, creative and inclusive as you’d expect. Shot inside the space of your dreams, the video features a sprinkling of models from last year’s ballroom show, the Danish television personality and activist Amelia Hoy, Stine Goya employees, and other cute humans who all dance around in her joy-inducing clothes.
Among our favourites was a Matisse-inspired “dancer” print and a textural lavender wrap dress that is practically begging us to get up close and touch it.
Honey hearted angel Betty Krag was at it again capturing all the magic at the screening, the very pleasing results of which you can find in the gallery above!
Brb, off to watch the video for the twenty-seventh time today.
Feature: Madeleine Woon Photos: Betty Krag