How Gestuz Remains A Copenhagen Fashion Week Highlight

For the most recent collection — which Sehested called “the best collection we ever have made” — Gestuz doubled down on the sentiment, blurring the line between going-out wear and business-core because, as the press release read: “Why save the fun for rare occasions?” This translated into rebellious pieces like a denim set with a cinched waist, blazers worn over sheer skirts and briefs, and pinstripe pants paired with a chainmail top, an aesthetic that Sehested, who is constantly inspired by the ‘70s and ‘80s music, describes as “eternal rock and roll but in a more mature way.”


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