CIFF’s Autumn/Winter 2024 edition transformed the Bella Centre into a sprawling 20,000 square meter inspiration exchange from January 31st to February 2nd, marking its continued evolution as a powerhouse in the global fashion scene.

Since 1993, the Copenhagen International Fashion Fair has emerged as a significant presence in the global fashion landscape, holding the title of the longest-standing trade event for the Northern European Market. Over the past decade, CIFF has not only grown from a regional trade exhibition but has also emerged as a crucial international and dynamic fashion hub, showcasing the forefront of the industry’s cutting-edge and visionary brands, having played host to over half a million visitors and showcased the offerings of 10,000 exhibitors.

The set design, open and colorful, decorated with floral arrangements throughout the venue, remained true to the Danish aesthetic.

This edition saw a remarkable variety of brands, with 200 new additions since the previous one. The mix included both emerging labels and established designers, blending local and international brands. And as expected, the networking possibilities were widespread. 

The event coveres a broad range of categories, including womenswear, menswear, kids, beauty, and accessories. Brands like Nudie Jeans, Vagabond, Han Kjøbenhavn, Juicy Couture, Abel, Holzweiler, American Vintage, Steve Madden, Custommade, Swedish Stockings, Gestuz, among many others.

This season’s supported shows included Rolf Ekroth, Henrik Vibskov in an external location, and TG Botanical and Munthe at the Bella Center. 


This season, Tetyana Chumak, the visionary designer behind the brand, explores the natural textures that serve as the foundation of our existence. TG Botanical’s Autumn/Winter 2024 is inspired by the concept of “māteria”.

True to its essence, nature is at the center of each TG botanical collection. The AW24 lineup draws on the rich surfaces of the earth, mirroring the soil, bird’s-eye views of fields, and the rugged landscapes of volcanic deserts. Captured in hues of khaki, graphite, volcanic gray, and some light green appointments, the brand’s usual emphasis on earthy tones. 

The clothes seem to seamlessly merge with the soil. We see knitted styles made of natural plant-based yarn and inoculated with spores of polypore fungus, bustier tops, long skirts, layered pants, and silky textures.

For AW24 TG Botanical collaborated with dutch based Dasha Tsapenko’s bio-atelier. Dasha curated a selection of knitted styles made of natural plant-based yarn and transformed them into mycelium surfaces using spores of polypore fungus. This project is a true celebration of co-creation in its broadest sense: between brands (TG Botanical x Atelier Dasha Tsapenko), disciplines, countries and between species (human x fungi).


The infusion of western references seems to be setting the tone for the start of 2024’s fashion. Munthe’s AW24 presented a western-inspired new take on denim and layering, and layered denim.

And what a beautiful backdrop! At the center of the venue we see a widescreen block displaying what we envision the ‘Wild West’ landscapes to look like, the ranch feeling, nature, running horses across open fields reminiscent of freedom and peace, open roads, ending in a blood-red sunset. The soundtrack tied it all together. 

Drawing from her lifelong passion for horses, Naja Munthe delves deeper into the inspiration behind the collection. ‘For most of my childhood, horses were the focal point. I groomed them, rode them, read about them, dreamed about them, and played with them. The horses served as my blinders, helping me maintain focus and see the goal far ahead.’

This collection brought a comeback to skinny jeans. We see versatility to the overall collection through lace detailing, fringed skirts, crystal fringe, double-waisted jeans, oversized sweaters, button-ups…