Fashion Design Henrik Vibskov has developed a new unisex fragrance series dubbed, TYPE. The collection features three scents that reflect a specific moment in time in three different cities: Berlin, Copenhagen and Damascus. The Eaux de Toilettes represent three very distinct fragrances.
Danish-born designer Henrik Vibskov presented a great collection in Paris this past week, proving once again that minimalist design should not be overlooked. The pieces were wearable across an array of styles with muted color patterns taking center stage instead of the bright offerings of seasons past.
This wool-blend cardigan from Henrik Vibskov is a winner in my book. It’ll add a few layers when it really begins to get brisk and the detailing can’t be ignored. The color is must-have for the fall and for anyone wondering it’s officially called a “ginger” finish. Looks like a Starbucks cinnamon to me. Just sayin’.
Who ever thought camouflage and plaid would work so well together? Apparently, Henrik Vibskov did when he was crafting the latest iteration of his wiper jacket. This time around, the Danish designer made the puffy jacket reversible. One side is adorned by multi plaids while the other is full-on camo.
With Henrik Vibskov‘s fall line hitting stores now, the Denmark label set up a local installation displaying the line which is titled, “The Slippery Spiral Situation”. Here’s what the Henrik Vibskov Studio had to say about the Fall/Winter 2010 collection:
The installation and show is the final gathering and sums up the making of the season. One can see it like a still picture of a tornado hitting a playhouse, a moment of peacefulness in the middle of chaos, a pictures that can only be created in ones imagination, with the help of acid or special effects. A slippery situation of your life goes into a spiral storm with backflash moments.
Look at the various moods and textures on display in the images after the jump and look for the line in select retailers now. (more…)
Henrik Vibskov brings us this pocket anorak jacket, presented in a deep blue finish. The coat has two flap-top front pockets, two flap-top breast pockets and two slanted zip pockets. It also features a hood with a black toggled drawstring and front popper fastening and a concealed zip fastening. Looks great, but it’s functional and this winter, that’s just as important.
More info and images after the jump. (more…)