cphfw: ss'21 at @voguerunway
The Spring Summer 2021 'JOY' collection celebrates the expression and the creative spirit of our community. Through play, through experimentation, through abstraction and most importantly through print and colour, Stine Goya presents a balanced and cureated collection which celebrates the energy of our House and speaks to the very essence of our DNA.
Explore the SS21 campaign at Vogue here
cphfw: ss'21 house of goya is live
Filmed at our Copenhagen headquarter, House of Goya, is a celebration of the everyday moments of our team and our network. As we weave through each room, we discover different pockets of activity and with it, the varied talents that have come together to represent the many faces of Stine Goya.
Explore the House of Goya here
cphfw: mark you calendar
This season we have decided to forgo hosting a traditional fashion show and will instead focus on our digital offering.
We are excited to connect with our local & international audience in a way that feels unique to our brand DNA and celebrates our creative community, their collective energy and their spirit.
For this CPHFW, we ask you to mark your calendars and join us when we present our SS21 fashion film at stinegoya.com and on IG TV,
August 11th - 11 am.
house of goya is evolving
We're excited to reveal our Copenhagen headquarter's new colour palette created in collaboration with @wangsoderstrom.
Keep an eye on our channels for more.
Q&A with @ftm_frn
We teamed up with furniture and set designer @ftm_frn for our latest PF20 'Still Life' project.
1) PLEASE INTRODUCE YOURSELF AND YOUR WORK
My name is Fatima Fransson - I’m originally from Stockholm but the last 5 years I’ve been living in Copenhagen where I’ve been studying at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. I work both as furniture and set designer, which means that I build objects or creates environment for still life, film or in music videos. But my assignments vary and I’m also accustomed to working in the editorial/fashion sphere, with advertising campaigns for furniture or fashion brands – like I recently did for Stine Goya PF20.
2) WHERE DO YOU SEEK INSPIRATION FOR YOUR CREATIVE PROJECTS?
I draw inspiration and energy from my everyday life, the people I meet and the collaborations I do. My methodology is sometimes rooted in history - however I find that the colour, forms and patterns present in my West African and Swedish background guide my narrative.
3) HOW DID YOU WORK WITH MATERIALS FOR THIS SHOOT?
For the PF20 campaign, I worked with emotion, the environment and materials to create a contrast to Stine Goya’s feminine expression. I wanted my work to highlight the collection in a new and inspiring way.