Stine Goya Breathes Life into Copenhagen Fashion Week
By: Salma Ahmed
Copenhagen fashion week took place over the past week, bringing us some of the most interesting shows we have seen in a while. In the lead was Stine Goya, who gave us 34 colorful looks with equally interesting silhouettes.
Goya established her namesake brand back in 2006 in Copenhagen, Denmark. She made a name for herself in the industry by having a distinctive vision and staying true to her design aesthetic. Goya’s Spring 2020 collection reminded us of all the reasons we love her and gave those who were not aware of the brand a reason to start obsessing over it.
One of the most distinctive aspects of Goya’s collection is her unique use of colors and patterns. Goya clearly had the mindset of “more is more” when working on her collection.
She paired bright colors with bright colors and bold patterns with bold patterns, adding statement accessories to bring it all together. Stripes, polka dots and even florals made an appearance on the runway, in abundance.
The designer ensured that her show is more than just a way to showcase her collection, she made it an experience worth remembering. The set design and selection of models came together to give the audience a fun, entertaining show.
The show was held in a gymnasium decorated with brightly colored tapes and hand sculptures to complement the bright colors of the collections.
To go with the fun collection, the models walked down the runway in bold makeup looks. From vibrant pink eyes to bold brows and boldly colored lips, the makeup was as equally mesmerizing as the clothes themselves.
Although the collection left us craving more of Goya, the clothes were not the only thing that left an impact on us. The diverse selection of models played a major role in bringing the clothes to life. A number of the models that walked the show applied to model for the brand through the networking app Bumble.
Stine Goya is slowly making her way up to our list of favorite designers list. Her fun unmatchable energy makes her unlike any other mainstream designer and we can’t get enough of it.