In line with the work and vision to brand and promote CPH Vision and Terminal-2 separately comes the decision to introduce a completely new set-up for Copenhagen Fashion Fairs. As CopenhagenFashion Fairs only launched Terminal-2 a year ago, it seemed natural to keep the new fair under the wing of CPH Vision. But inless than one year the success of Terminal-2 has surpassed all expectation and has managed to stand on its own feet and gain recognition in Denmark and internationally.
"We felt a need to split the show into two separate events. Showcasing designers from both CPH Vision and Terminal-2 under the name of CPH Vision Press Show was somehow misleading and we simply felt that Terminal-2 deserved a show of its own. The fairshave two completely different identities and a sharpdifferentiation of the two segments was definitely needed."Jesper Emil - Show & Event Manager - Copenhagen Fashion Fairs
The Terminal-2 debut show takes place on Thursday 11 February at 10 am and the venue is the fair itself.
Date : 11-14 February 2010
Vneue: Гksnehallen, Halmtorvet 11, 1700 Copenhagen
"I'm happy to be on board and as we present the trends for AW/2010, ambitions are set high. We're looking to do something out of the ordinary, to create an alternative that might not be what you expect of a traditional catwalk show. But as always,it'sall about the teamwork and about attention to detail in everything from the styling to the models and the atmosphere. Styling a trade show is definitely a much greater challenge, but at the same time you're presented with endless possibilities as your range is broader and you are not limited to one collection only." Simon Rasmussen, stylist.
Anne Stockmann has worked as a stylist for many years and was previously fashion director at Costume, one of Denmark's largest fashion magazines. Anne now commutes between Copenhagen and New York where she freelances for various Danish and international fashion houses and publications.
For A/W 2010 Anne suggests a minimalistic look with classical and useful pieces spiced up with cocoon silhouettes, volumes, prints and fur.