Munthe Copenhagen Fashion Week runway collection showed some Nordic Swag. With looks that made you take out your pen, put down your phone and take notes. This nordic based designer is on fire next season with clothing that women want o wear.
Earlier this year, Naja Munthe celebrated 25 years in the fashion business. And she is feeling herself with clothing for Boss ladies. Emphasizing the nordic aesthetic for garments that are wearable with that Art gallery vibe.
Munthe SPRING 2020 The Dapper Nordic On The Runway
Naja Munthe has been building her contemporary Copenhagen-based label since the early ’90s. She is in luck because the ’90s are back and she is listening — more than just trendy this collection oozing with style, tailoring and a little street style.
Munthe Copenhagen Fashion Week Nordic Swag on The Runway
It is impressive to know that she’s the only designer in the city who still owns her namesake brand after nearly three decades. Female designer bosses have a hard road in fashion. She has managed to stay in the fashion game after many years.
The Munthe house having competition such as Ganni and Saks Potts, they can be happy to know they keep it competitive. This collection says she is ready to rumble and taken her Fashion position celebrating during Copenhagen Fashion Week.
But Munthe has never feared a little competition and this the Spring/Sumer 2020 collection shown during Copenhagen Fashion Week shows her capabilities to stand the test of time. My face dropped, seeing the collection come down the runway. The oversized suit jackets can be worn as a dress too.
Munthe designs from the playful side of her creativity and believes that fashion is fun too. I wonder what she was listening to designing this collection. This season she paid homage to Brancusi with grid decorated trousers and a matching shirtdress, and a suit is worn with one sleeve out and one tied down around the waist.
Munthe Copenhagen Fashion Week Nordic Dapper on The Runway
The look was one of our favourite looks and loved how they styled it. I feel she took style tips from Dapper Dan. With a little pimp style and braids. Oh, do not forget those big sunglasses, loved it.
The mix max, casual styling continued throughout, and it was a smart way to showcase just how versatile Munthe’s garments can be. She incorporates a few sporty looks with logos, literal prints, or too-heavy textures. This mix is adaptable for today, the female client who may be fashion-forward to modest fashionista.
Runway Photos by Tonya Matyu | Photographer