Norwegian fashion house Holzweiler presented their Spring Summer 2019 collection at Copenhagen Fashion Week.

Founded in 2012 by siblings Susanne & Andreas, Holzweiler is known for their utilitarian minimalism, playful color palettes, and high accessibility in their brand DNA. This season there was a While the front row was covered Nordic it-girls, the collection had a mix of menswear that shouldn’t be overlooked as models walked down to a soundtrack by insta-poet Alexander Fallo.

White denim ensembles, cozy patterned sweaters, and lots of flowy, printed silk shirts brought a touch fjord nouveau riche it’s a mix of outerwear and cool. The contemporary uniform for the fjord bourgeoisie (the kind who swim, sail, and drink plenty of chilled imported Chablis for four months a year) was throughout the collection in colors of yellow, sand and green for a more timeless feel.

Photos by Meha Karimi in exclusive for Fucking Young!