Stine Goya isn’t afraid to design life as vibrant as she wants it to be, as proven by her Spring 2019 show in Copenhagen. Inspired by the works of legendary Italian architect and interior designer Renzo Mongiardino, she presented an eclectic and exquisitely quirky collection of mismatched prints, mashed-up patterns, and a whole lot of frills and thrills. The florals were arguably the stars of the show, having been inspired by Mongiardino’s fearless use of the motif in brightening up every room he ever designed. This season, this famous print, which came in both big and baroque-like as well as delicate and Victorian-esque, were turned into crisp jackets, billowy button-downs, and flattering trousers. Goya was also fearless with color here, trotting out an array of frilly cocktail dresses and ruffled evening gowns in the most vivid highlighter shades of various hues. The collection was unapologetically feminine and fearless, just the way Stine Goya wants her women to be.
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Photo: Copenhagen Fashion Week / INDIGITAL.TV