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5:00 PM Tuesday, Opening
Slagtehusgade 11, Copenhagen V
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM Tuesday, DJ-set
DJ: Emma Leth
6:00 – 7:00 PM Tuesday, DJ-set
DJ: Sahar Jamili
7:00 PM Tuesday, Fashion show
Bettina Bakdal Show
7:30 – 11:00 PM Tuesday, DJ-set
DJ: Troels Hass & Andreas Fog
6:00 PM — 8:00 PM Wednesday, DJ-set
DJ: Mikkel Ulriksen
7:00 PM Wednesday, Film Performance
Film performance by: 'BLUE FURACANA'– a performance film by Nana Francisca Schottländer & Alexandra Buhl
8:00 PM Wednesday, Performance
Barbara í Gongini,Performance/Presentation:‘Modular Objects’
Thanks to: Wolf Agency, Statens Kunstfond, Choreographer: Toniah Pedersen & Hair and Make up by: Joakim Lenny Nielsen.
6:30 PM Thursday, Talk
Talk: Veronica D'Souza,‘Made in Prison’
Veronica D’Souza is the founder and CEO of Carcel, a new Danish brand that presents luxury clothing made by women in prison. Before, she co-founded the award-winning social business, Ruby Cup, which addresses the lack of affordable menstrual hygiene protection in East Africa. She is a sustainability strategist with a particular focus on solving the world’s pressing needs through innovative business models. Veronica is a renowned public speaker and has been invited by organisations and companies around the world to share her perspectives on alleviating poverty through business, health issues in Africa, female entrepreneurship, and the process of designing attractive solutions for people living in poverty.
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7:00 PM Thursday, Talk
Talk: Maria Mackinney-Valentin,‘Hear me Roar: Leopard Print in Fashion’
Maria Mackinney-Valentin is an Associate Professor at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. She has a PhD in trend theory and her research centres on the relationship between fashion and identity, particularly in regards to issues of gender and social status. Last year, her book ‘Fashioning Identity’ was published by Bloomsbury.
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7:30 PM Thursday, Talk
Talk: Jeppe Ugelvig,‘Is fashion art? Can art be fashion?’
Jeppe Ugelvig is Danish curator and critic based in New York. He works both theoretically and professionally in the intersection of fashion and art, with a particular interest in queer and decolonial theory. His writing has appeared in Frieze, ArtReview and Flash Art, and he functions as the editor for both DANSK Magazine and Wallet. He most recently curated the exhibition ‘Fashion Work, Fashion Workers’ at the Hessel Museum in New York.
8:00 PM, Masterclass Talk
Talk: Nicholas Nybro,Masterclass: ‘Fashion is my Voice’
Nicholas Nybro graduated from Kolding Design School in 2009. After a stint in Los Angeles, he launched his own brand in 2011, starting with smaller collections in Sabine Poupinel’s boutique in Copenhagen. In 2014, he took the leap and presented his work at Copenhagen Fashion Week and he has since created seven collections and six major fashion shows. Nicholas is known for his expressive style and his use of fashion to comment on societal problems.
12:00 – 5:00 PM, Opening hours
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