Fonnesbech's quest is to outdo overconsumption through high quality fabrics and timeless designs.

With Copenhagen Fashion Week just passed, our minds are set on one of the most anticipated shows for the season – that from revamped heritage number Fonnesbech. A Scandi brand embracing minimal beyond the monochrome, Fonnesbech stresses their quest to outdo overconsumption through high quality fabrics and forever relevant designs, sometimes with several functions, enabling the wearer to keep their wardrobe small. SS17 went down the elevated streetwear route, with sporty takes on classic pieces like trench coats, khaki pants and painter jackets, all smartened up in well-considered structured and oversized shapes. View all looks from the show here.

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