Margit Brandt goes back to its sixties roots

Margit Brandt started out her fashion life in Paris, as an apprentice to Pierre Balmain. That was the ’60s; and it didn’t take long for her to return to Denmark to launch her own label that merged that Parisian flair with the cleanness of Danish design. Skip forward to present day and the label, now under the creative direction of Margit’s daughter, has taken a nostalgic trip back to its roots. On the eve of a strong ’60s revival the brand’s latest campaign dabbles in printed headscarves and slick trench coats, soft autumnal colours and those unmistakably dolly bird lashes.

margit brandt sixties campaign

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Margit Brandt A '11
Margit Brandt A '11
Margit Brandt A '11
Margit Brandt A '11
Margit Brandt A '11
Margit Brandt A '11
Margit Brandt A '11
Margit Brandt A '11
Margit Brandt A '11
Margit Brandt A '11
Margit Brandt A '11
Margit Brandt A '11
Margit Brandt A '11
Margit Brandt A '11
Margit Brandt A '11

Signe Vilstrup brilliantly captures a vintage feel with his photography of model Gertrud Hegelund.

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