The Best Street Style At Copenhagen Fashion Week SS18

Of all the international fashion weeks (and yes, it feels like it's always fashion week somewhere), Copenhagen is one of our favourites, purely for the people-watching. Of course we love what's going on on the catwalks, from Ganni and Stine Goya to Astrid Andersen, but it's those Danish girls in the front row who really know how to play with colour and pattern.

Summer may be on its way out but that doesn't mean it's time to hang up your vivid prints and brightest pieces. Take some sartorial inspiration from the girls in the gallery ahead.

Yes, that is a pink Pandora car behind fashion blogger and writer Pandora Sykes, aptly clad in head-to-toe pink Ganni.
Pernille Teisbaek gives us a masterclass in dressing up a hoodie (albeit a Balenciaga one), pairing it with a black leather waist belt, pleated By Malene Birger midi skirt – fresh off the SS18 catwalk – and Balenciaga red sock booties.
Tine Andrea goes for understated chic in a striped Weekday shirt and high-waisted leather trousers.
Another fine example of how well a simple shirt works with leather trousers. Extra marks for the yellow biker trousers and matching boots.
A girl power hoodie + a lime-green Acne bag = A+ for effort and empowerment.
Who said you can't wear horizontal stripes with vertical?!
Camille Charrière goes for coordinated grown-up elegance in a striped red and white shirt with a ruffled cream skirt, red court shoes and Ganni bag.
This autumn it's all about tonal dressing. Take tips from this dresser devoted to the colour red.
Costume magazine's fashion director Thora Valdimars wears a mohair Chloé jumper with Umbro shorts, fluffy slides and a grey Balenciaga bag, while fashion editor Jeanette Madsen wears an ASOS red tie-front blouse and Levi's jeans.
If you're into pyjama dressing, follow Jessie Bush's lead in a striped, silk suit. Jessie's is from By Malene Birger.
Three isn't a crowd. Gine Margrethe (L), Darja Barannik (C) and Emili Sindlev (R) complement each other's style in equally bold prints.
Model Sofia Sanoh wears a kimono blouse and zipped green mini skirt.
Darja Barannik mixes the floral print on her byTimo dress with the flower pattern on her Balenciaga boots.
The acid yellow heels. The fishnets. The ruffled blouse. The bouncer sunglasses. We're obsessed with every part of this look.
Gine Margrethe wears Mango yellow-tinted sunglasses with a Stine Goya wrap dress and white boots.
Lena Lademann wears an animal-print Stine Goya robe with a white T-shirt, black trousers and black sock boots – the shoes of the season.
The striped shirt strikes again. Stylist Hilda Sandström teams her Stella McCartney shirt with Marques'Almeida brown leather trousers and cowboy boots.
Veronika Heilbrunner wears the chicest tracksuit we've ever seen, courtesy of Ganni.
Camille Charrière wears a Stine Goya skirt with a black lace cami and knotted pumps.
MINT editor-in-chief Irina Lakicevic plays with proportions in an oversized blazer, cropped flared jeans and a bralette.
Tine Andrea teams a denim jacket with a woven skirt and Fendi bag.
Stylist Janka Polliani shows her appreciation for floral Gucci in a full green and red look, finished off with Miu Miu flatforms.
For the final day, Camille Charrière pairs a yellow Ganni jumper with a white miniskirt, Zanzan sunglasses and a Ganni bag.
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