Mfpen’s AW20 collection is defined by luxurious deadstock fabrics collected all over Europe
Danish menswear brand mpfen showcased their renewable collection on home turf at in true mpfen fashion.
The collection is based entirely on their responsible hierarchy, as they call it. The Copenhagen-based menswear label, founded in 2016 by designer and creative director Sigurd Bank, has a background in production and construction and strives to develop products in high quality with sourced fabrics. Their values shine through for the AW20 collection; it is largely defined by the use of luxurious deadstock fabrics sourced around Europe, accompanied by recycle cashmere knits and Tencel fabrics.
The collection follows the brand’s design and aesthetic values too, with its sophisticated yet relaxed athleisure style. The boxy fits, cropped legs and irregular shapes are all there. It’s a clear reference to their history of combining tailoring and workwear. The models came out without any makeup and hairdos.
The show was set in minimalistic surroundings with only tape on the wooden floor as guidelines for the guests, and the show score was played by a live drummer based at the beginning of the runway with his back to the models.
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