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If Scandinavian fashion is renowned for minimalism and a chromatic black and white palette, the Danish designer, Henrik Vibskov's eponymous brand won't fail to surprise, presenting colourful and eccentric pieces. A multi-talented artist, he is also a set designer, interior designer and musician. These widespread interests lie at the root of his unique approach to fashion, bringing art, dance and theatre into the mix. Having studied at London's Central Saint Martins, where he only applied to impress a girl he liked, he launched his brand soon after graduating in 2001. Since then, the designer has more than twenty collections to his credit, presented at runway shows during various events. Henrik Vibskov pieces are distinctive for their offbeat style with vibrant and sometimes controversial patterns, as demonstrated in his piggy series introducing pig print scarf designs. These unique collections fuel the industry's curiosity as well as meeting its approval. In 2007, he won the Danish Design Council Award, followed by the Söderberg and the Royal Thordval Bindesbøl medal. In 2012, he became a member of the Chambre Syndicale de la Mode Masculine française, the men's fashion trade association in France. Nothing holds Henrik Vibskov back, who also lectured in London, Madrid and Antwerp and became a professor at the Danish School of Design. He then launched the P:I:G foundation in 2014 to encourage education, cultural and creative activities.
Paris and Copenhagen host Henrik Vibskov's Spring-Summer 2020 runway show. Named Stuck Under the Surface, the collection illustrates stagnant periods in life or in thoughts, punctuated by an ironic touch inherent to the label. An emotion that can be a driver for change or, by contrast, a brake on evolution according to the Dane's interpretation. The result is geometric silhouettes, lobster-print blouses, yellow or orange jumpers featuring sardine tins and multicoloured socks that complement this playful and graphic styling.> View more