Prints Galore & Unexpected Shapes. Stine Goya Has Arrived.
Copenhagen Fashion Week is our favourite time of year (alongside London Fashion Week, of course). Why? Because we get to see our favourite Scandinavian brands on the runway. With brand new arrivals in store, let's take a look back at Stine Goya's 'How Much Can We Grow?' collection that showcased during fashion week last season.
When you delve into the thousands of 'outfitinspo'-worthy street style images from all fashion weeks on social media, Scandi-style will always be prevalent. Brands like Acne Studios, Ganni, Anine Bing, Baum und Pferdgarten and Stine Goya have really made their mark on the world: a fashion lovers go-to when they want something to stand out in. A review in Vogue stated, "The street style [at Fashion Week] has also upped its ante and it appears that everyone is taking a page from one fashion house in particular - Stine Goya."
With the brand basing their entire ethos around how there is so much power in colour and print, it's no surprise that their Spring/ Summer collection featured both so heavily. With neon accents, an endless use of prints, unabashed colour and unexpected silhouettes, Stine Goya's 'How Much Can We Grow?' collection was a love letter to all creatives. "A reminder of the power creative minds can have when brought together, and that without dreamers, writers, dancers and markers, our world as we know it, wouldn't be worth knowing at all."
Multicoloured checkerboard knits clash with bedazzled animal prints; signature silhouettes of puffy sleeves and voluminous midi dresses are adorned with brush stroke florals; and pastel embroidered lace is styled alongside contrasting chunky sweaters. This Stine Goya show was a clear reaction to how the art and fun of dressing up was taken away from us over the past couple of years, but now that lockdowns and social restrictions are finally fading out, making a statement with our style is at the forefront of fashion. So, if you want to elevate your wardrobe with vibrant prints and unapologetically feminine pieces, scroll down and discover our new range of Stine Goya styles.