The Han Kjøbenhavn Spring/Summer 2016 collection was presented during Copenhagen Fashion Week and brought its dark and dramatic inspiration to life. Resembling bandits or villains from a horror film, models took to the runway stage in layered ensembles -- a mix of collared t-shirts, cotton trousers and patterned coats -- that were worn with hosiery masks. The masks concealed models' faces and embodied a disturbing air.
These dramatic accessories didn't only depict an apocalyptic theme but also served as a social commentary on the state of our planet's well-being and our generation's growing obsession with safety.
Whether viewed as disturbing disguises or shields from nature's harsh elements, these masks made Han Kjøbenhavn's clothing cohesive and more visually striking for audience members.
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