Gran Canaria Moda Cálida lands at Copenhagen Fashion Week
Taking a decisive step forward in its offensive for the internationalization of the event, the Canarian catwalk specialized in swimwear Gran Canaria Swim Week by Moda Cálida (GCMC), landed this Monday, August 7 at Copenhagen Fashion Week. A fashion week that is gaining particular momentum within the international circuit thanks to its firm commitment to sustainable fashion, and in whose current celebrations, scheduled for August 7 to 11, the Canarian initiative has come to participate. , bringing together a careful selection of proposals for the upcoming Spring/Summer 2024 season.
Under the unique, exclusive setting built around the large central patio of the unique Villa Copenhagen hotel, a five-star hotel located in the heart of the Danish capital, next to the city's Central Station, they ended up showing their next fashion collections -bathroom a careful poster of usual brands of the Canarian contest, selected by its own organization. A group that was expected to travel to Copenhagen to demonstrate the quality of the proposals that, edition after edition, found in GCMC a unique, and increasingly consolidated, platform for their dissemination and visibility at both a national and international level. internationally, in a role that a selection of 5 firms and designers of Canarian origin have ended up playing, made up of the brands and designers Elena Morales, Palmas, Aurelia Gil, Chela Clo and Carlos San Juan. A group to which the Israeli swimwear brand Gottex has ended up joining, representing with its participation in the event the group of international brands that, also with each new edition, choose the Canarian catwalk as a platform from which anticipate their next fashion-bathroom collections. Some proposals that on this occasion the total of the 6 brands and designers that have participated in this activation, developed within the official program of Copenhagen Fashion Week, have been in charge of making known through an immersive presentation, which began with a set of models and dancers wearing different designs from their respective "swimwear" proposals for the upcoming Spring/Summer 2024 season.