Danish street style for Copenhagen Fashion Week 2015
From her Georg Jensen studs to her Bruuns Bazaar dress, it’s clear that Danish street style star Pernille Teisbaek is a genuine supporter of designers hailing from Denmark. What’s more, what better time for Teisbaek to demonstrate some affection to her nation’s design scene than Copenhagen Fashion Week 2015? From a beguiling Stine Goya dress to some designed shorts by Cecilie Copenhagen, here is the manner by which Teisbaek blends native pieces into her globally sourced troupes for some homegrown chic at the week’s popular celebrations.
Pernille Teisbaek street style
The comfortable key thing this summer is the dress! I cherish this one, it’s a marginally more elevated version in a delicate printed silk.
Teisbaek in a silk tunic dress from Stine Goya.
Wearing a shirt under a jumpsuit makes light layers, which work so well amid the late spring, and leaving the shirt open and slightly off-the-shoulder includes a cautious, hot twist to the look.
Teisbaek in a jumpsuit from Lovechild 1979, shirt from nué notes, shoes from Céline, and clutch from Louis Vuitton.
So clean thus new, fresh . . . that is the thing that I truly like about this look!
Teisbaek in a dress from Ganni, vintage bag from Hermès from The Brown Paper Bag, slides from The Row, and studs and neckband from Orit Elhanati.
The season’s best blending is the high-waisted short with a straightforward deluxe shirt—such a simple hope to spruce here and there!
Teisbaek in shorts from Cecilie Copenhagen, shirt from Baum und Pferdgarten, shoes from Ganni, sack from Chanel, and belt from Ganni.