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The 5 bag trends you should take from Copenhagen Fashion Week

Unlike the fashion weeks of Oslo and Stockholm, which were canceled due to sustainability considerations, Copenhagen Fashion Week was in full swing last week. Brands like Cecile Bahnsen, Stine Goya and Ganni showed their spring/ summer 2020 collections. But not only is Fashion Week interesting because of the new collections the brands show, also because the many streetstyle looks that inspire us every year. With influencers, models, designers, and editors in attendance, the streetstyle at Copenhagen Fashion Week is a melting pot for It-girl trends, making it the perfect place to score inspiration.

Scroll down for 5 bag trends to swear by from Copenhagen Fashion Week 2019.

1. The Boyy bag

Of all the bags that were spotted during Copenhagen Fashion Week, the Boyy bag is the undeniable winner. Many variations were seen; small, big, multi-coloured, single-coloured and even transparant.

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Boyy's new Wonton tote bag was also spotted several times on the arms of attendees. 

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2. The bucket bag

This gem has been around for ages, but it’s made a comeback last year. The bucket bag can house all of your must-haves in a casual, chic way.

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3. The clutch bag (surprise!)

We already talked about this trend in our last article about clutch bags, but also during Copenhagen Fashion Week it seemed like everyone was ditching their top-handle bags for clutches.

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4. The fashionable phone case

You have to admit, there is nothing worse than not being able to find your phone in your too-big-of-a-bag. Fortunately, that is no longer necessary with the arrival of the fashionable phone case. You can easily combine the phone case with your favourite bag and still look fabulous.

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5. More is more!

Many fashion fanatics were spotted with not one but two bags, because why would you limit yourself to one bag if you can also wear two?

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