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Sneak a peak of AW11 trends at Copenhagen fair
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Feb '11
Starting of at 6pm The CPH Vision Press Show was a Tour de Force through fashion history. From 50's classics through preppy Park Avenue and the hedonistic Studio 54. Held in the Copenhagen Central Station - Under the Clock where 80.000 commutes rush in and out of trains every day.

At the evening of February the 2nd 2011 the daily commuters were distracted by cool tunes and beautiful clothes. This was the first time ever for the old clock to get rocking while getting a sneak peak of the AW11 trends on the catwalk. Never before has so many celebs, bloggers, national and international press personalities gathered at The Central Station to get inspired and amazed by the must-see show of the Copenhagen Fashion Fairs, produced and styled by GrenaaBuchard.

The show was kicked off with a bellboy handing out vintage suitcases to beautiful models dressed in tweed and leather while jive music filled the venue with a feel of the fabulous fifties followed by a dozen of not so desperate housewives walking their poodles to the sounds of Françoise Hardy in fur, designer bags and heels higher than the Empire State Building.

Just when you were getting used to the fact that you were going to wear nothing but beige, grey and brown with a twist of black for the AW 2011 season the colors kicked in. Worn out pastels in very tight blocks were presented to the foot stomping sounds of Diana Ross to ensure a little more fun next autumn/winter.

Last but not least the androgynous look found its way to the catwalk with black leather, shiny laces and tight make-up to the sounds of Berlin's super club Berghain.

After catching some fresh air, a quick dinner and a little singing through the Copenhagen rain it was off to the Terminal-2 Press show at 10pm. This theatrical press show is known to surprise, astonish and make you smile. Produced and styled by GrenaaBuchard.

Met by 2 strong train headlights and the sound of an old, angry locomotive you got the feeling that you were about to get run over by something special and the Terminal-2 street wear trend show certainly didn't disappoint. The must-see show and event experience of the Copenhagen Fashion Fairs was shown in raw and unpolished surroundings with professional and type cast models.

Dirty Mechanics dressed in overalls, sweat and oversized chains kicked of the urban wear show to the sounds of Suzy Quatro. B-Boys dressed in layers of cotton, leather, denim and everything in between with B-Girls dressed in high heels and skirts shorter than your first sexual encounter made you dream of setting up your own auto shop. Everybody knows that you can't run a decent auto shop without a carwash and off-course that's exactly what we got next.

An American muscle car rolled in and was immediately surrounded by gorgeous female car washers dressed in sexy lingerie, hot pants, stilettos and miniskirts. Definitely a crowd pleaser! The show went on in the same laid back fashion with layers and layers of super cool street wear, cigarettes and six packs.

Rock stars meets Postal workers, Slutty Groupies meets Single-mom Waitresses. The street wear trend for AW 2011 summed up in 2 words must be. Anything goes!

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