David Andersen


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Hyskenstræde 12, st th
1207 Copenhagen K
+45 26 22 11 10
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Danish born David Andersen debuted his eponymous collection, DAVID ANDERSEN in 2007 to instant success, both critically and commercially. Approaching its forth year, the collection is represented in 12 countries expanding abroad Europe, and entering the markets of Japan and the US.
Every year, the David Andersen shows at Copenhagen Fashion Week keep surprising the critics and fashion followers, with girls modeling the menswear collection, or the stunning performers that give every show a different, almost engaging feeling.
David Andersen graduated from Glasgow School of Art 2003, where he was awarded "Best Costume Designer" in 2004. Subsequently, 2004 proved to be an even broader year for recognition as he was awarded "Wedding Gown of the Year" by the Royal Court Theatre in Denmark.
David Andersen Denmark is now where his whole heart is at, and it is with a profound passion for architecture, music and museums that he finds inspiration to design couture and ready-to-wear for both genders, though his men's collection is most prominent on the commercial scene. David Andersen Denmark isn't afraid to push the boundaries to the limit by including skin and fur, or experimenting with different shapes and textures, which invites in a very daring audience. For his outspoken and androgynous clothing he was recognized with "The Golden Fur Pin" in 2007. Kopenhagen Fur weren't the only ones who honored DAVID ANDERSEN's audacity. Royal Copenhagen presented him with an award for "A Different Fashion Experience" in 2008.
As a well established brand, DAVID ANDERSEN, has a talked about, known about designer, who strives towards perfection; And when given "The Government Art Award" 2010, more nominations quickly followed such as "Design Talent of the Year" at Dansk Fashion Awards 2010 and 2011.



Spring / Summer 2015


Words by
Didder Rønlund

The key to David Andersen's collection was classic, simple, and sharp tailoring. He showed it with an air of inevitability, as if he'd never ordered anything else, when his spring collection entered Christian IV's newly restored brewery on Frederiksholm's Channel. A unique location with a fantastic atmosphere.

And the clothes – we couldn't get enough. Top models walking the runway over the cobblestones delivered the goods. Signaling rubber shoes with ankle socks and just as flat sandals with everything. Was it a farewell, perhaps, to summer stilettos? Sneakers have already conquered many a fashionista foot, so who knows.

All seen in black and white and more black and white with sporty, everyday, and special occasions covered by Andersen, who's got all the right talents.

The slim men's blazers were a pure tailoring joy, also as suit jackets with both long and short pants. Leather bomber jackets and blazers for both sexes attained must-have status. The girls got weak-kneed over fine dresses with ballerina widths, and the success was gilded.



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