Henrik Vibskov‘s Autumn/Winter 2010 Collection was showcased last Thursday at Paris fashion week. Displayed in Vibskov’s distinctively playful and unconventional manner, the show saw the models slowly float around three wooden sculptures to an ambient space music in the background. With hints of highland-inspiration suggested by the oversized knits and kilts, then came the colorful patchworked pants, argyle patterned high socks and customized Grenson boots. Mirrored eyewear and a brain looking hat also held presence through out the show. A well put together collection with a mix of colorful deconstruction pieces as well as wearable classics like the mac coat and suit jackets, one that is likely to further solidify Vibskov and Scandinavia’s position in the industry. Take a look at Dazed and Confused’s interview with Vibskov about the collection here.
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Images: NY Mag