Stine Goya Fall Winter 2024-25 Fashion Show

Stine Goya Fall Winter 2024-25 Fashion Show

Stine Goya Fall Winter 2024-2025 collection fashion show at Copenhagen Fashion Week FW24 (January 31, 2024).

Stine Goya enthralled the audience with the unveiling of their Fall Winter 2024-2025 collection titled 'ART.WORK.' - The fashion show, held in the intimate setting of the Stine Goya atelier, served as an immersive experience, inviting fashion enthusiasts to step into the heart of the brand's DNA.

The atelier, transformed into a living canvas, showcased an exclusive exhibition by the talented British-born, Copenhagen-based artist David Risley. The fusion of two-dimensional artistry and the soulful essence of the brand set the stage for a fashion journey unlike any other. The collection seamlessly guided attendees through the atelier, translating the unique details of the space into ready-to-wear pieces that embodied the brand's creative spirit.

The intricacies of the atelier became wearable art, with various rooms and details expressed through a diverse range of mediums across different categories. A stunning ink drawing of the winding staircase adorned a floor-length dress, creating a harmonious blend of fashion and art. The impressive showroom space was reimagined through detailed drawings and abstract watercolor interpretations, injecting vibrant colors into the core styles.

One of the highlights of the collection was David Risley's exclusive piece, a vibrant painting reminiscent of Delacroix's 'Women of Algiers,' gracing a silk scarf and dress. Stine Goya's signature florals took center stage, with hand-painted and hand-drawn adaptations adorning dresses. An intricate technical drawing found its way onto a soft pink dress, embellished with subtle beading and exaggerated threads, showcasing the brand's dedication to craftsmanship.

Stine Goya, the Creative Director, expressed the inspiration behind the collection, stating, “Art has always been the foundation for everything we do, so creating a collection that represents this in an even more physical sense only felt right. We have created a collection that truly celebrates the creative forces that drive our brand.”

The collection honed in on details with a design-led approach, revealing hidden elements across categories. Lapels were layered with contrasting fabrics, and prints emerged from linings, adding allure to solid color styles. Branded hardware took center stage, elevating outerwear and denim styles, while the art of deconstruction made statements on elevated pieces.

Sequins, a signature of the brand, were closely layered with a matte finish, offering a sophisticated take on this iconic element. As the audience was invited closer to the brand, the collection mirrored this intimacy, showcasing a meticulous attention to detail in both internal and external construction.

The color palette for the Fall-Winter 2024 collection reflected the season's essence, with electric blues inspired by the winter evening skies of Copenhagen. Red Ochre added warmth to statement coats and dresses, while soft pink and buttermilk resembled the atelier's space, from the showroom to the grand staircase. Chocolate brown provided an earthy canvas for vibrant hand-painted florals, and taupe was woven together with silver, adding a touch of sparkle.

The accessories for this season introduced a plethora of new silhouettes alongside updated versions of beloved classics. Notable among them were shoes and bags adorned with exaggerated silver studs. Slouchy deep red and iridescent black boots echoed the color palette seen in ready-to-wear pieces. Ballet flats received a contemporary makeover, featuring an SG motif chain strap detail, replicated on a novel bag design introduced this season – all proudly incorporating eco-friendly apple leather.Stine Goya enthralled the audience with the unveiling of their Fall Winter 2024-2025 collection titled 'ART.WORK.' - The fashion show, held in the intimate setting of the Stine Goya atelier, served as an immersive experience, inviting fashion enthusiasts to step into the heart of the brand's DNA.

The atelier, transformed into a living canvas, showcased an exclusive exhibition by the talented British-born, Copenhagen-based artist David Risley. The fusion of two-dimensional artistry and the soulful essence of the brand set the stage for a fashion journey unlike any other. The collection seamlessly guided attendees through the atelier, translating the unique details of the space into ready-to-wear pieces that embodied the brand's creative spirit.

The intricacies of the atelier became wearable art, with various rooms and details expressed through a diverse range of mediums across different categories. A stunning ink drawing of the winding staircase adorned a floor-length dress, creating a harmonious blend of fashion and art. The impressive showroom space was reimagined through detailed drawings and abstract watercolor interpretations, injecting vibrant colors into the core styles.

One of the highlights of the collection was David Risley's exclusive piece, a vibrant painting reminiscent of Delacroix's 'Women of Algiers,' gracing a silk scarf and dress. Stine Goya's signature florals took center stage, with hand-painted and hand-drawn adaptations adorning dresses. An intricate technical drawing found its way onto a soft pink dress, embellished with subtle beading and exaggerated threads, showcasing the brand's dedication to craftsmanship.

Stine Goya, the Creative Director, expressed the inspiration behind the collection, stating, “Art has always been the foundation for everything we do, so creating a collection that represents this in an even more physical sense only felt right. We have created a collection that truly celebrates the creative forces that drive our brand.”

The collection honed in on details with a design-led approach, revealing hidden elements across categories. Lapels were layered with contrasting fabrics, and prints emerged from linings, adding allure to solid color styles. Branded hardware took center stage, elevating outerwear and denim styles, while the art of deconstruction made statements on elevated pieces.

Sequins, a signature of the brand, were closely layered with a matte finish, offering a sophisticated take on this iconic element. As the audience was invited closer to the brand, the collection mirrored this intimacy, showcasing a meticulous attention to detail in both internal and external construction.

The color palette for the Fall-Winter 2024 collection reflected the season's essence, with electric blues inspired by the winter evening skies of Copenhagen. Red Ochre added warmth to statement coats and dresses, while soft pink and buttermilk resembled the atelier's space, from the showroom to the grand staircase. Chocolate brown provided an earthy canvas for vibrant hand-painted florals, and taupe was woven together with silver, adding a touch of sparkle.

The accessories for this season introduced a plethora of new silhouettes alongside updated versions of beloved classics. Notable among them were shoes and bags adorned with exaggerated silver studs. Slouchy deep red and iridescent black boots echoed the color palette seen in ready-to-wear pieces. Ballet flats received a contemporary makeover, featuring an SG motif chain strap detail, replicated on a novel bag design introduced this season – all proudly incorporating eco-friendly apple leather.

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