Henrik Vibskov SS19 Runway Show Paris
Henrik Vibskov SS19 Runway Show Paris
Henrik Vibskov SS19 Runway Show Paris
Henrik Vibskov SS19 Runway Show Paris
Henrik Vibskov SS19 Runway Show Paris

Henrik Vibskov SS19 Runway Show Paris

SS19 - Due to Sudden Weather Change

Wind. This meteorological and metaphorical phenomenon inspired the SS 2019 collection. Wind can be our helpful friend but has a factor of quickly turning to be our enemy and create unexpected situations. Foamy waves, soap bubbles, playful paper planes, boomerangs, parachutes, aerodynamics and even bad breath were keywords during the collection development. Photos by Victor Jones

Henrik Vibskov SS18 Paris Fashion Week
Henrik Vibskov SS18 Paris Fashion Week
Henrik Vibskov SS18 Paris Fashion Week
Henrik Vibskov SS18 Paris Fashion Week

Full Circle: The Great Chain of Sleepers

The Copenhagen Boutique is happy to announce the arrival of the full Great Chain of Sleepers SS18 Collection. We’ve been highly anticipating the final drop of mens- and womenswear pieces from Henrik Vibskov's SS18 collection. Beginning this week, the whole range will be available both in-store and online.

The collection is characterised by intricate jacquards, unconventional embroidery, and colours ranging from warm orange through pale blues to subtle dark pieces.

Need to refresh your memory of The Great Chain of Sleepers? Check out our Top Outfit Picks below or visit the online store for our full range of SS18

Interns Wanted!

We are looking for interns to assist with the Henrik Vibskov Boutique Webshop and Online Communication:

You will become experienced in E-commerce and be given the opportunity to improve your journalistic skills. The internship will be approximately 37 hours per week, spread over five days, and of course, we are quite flexible with study commitments.

Open Positions:
Communication Internship

• Running Henrik Vibskov online platforms

• Creating campaigns and developing newsletter

• Assisting in the research of images and editing stories

Web Internship

• Assisting with maintaining Henrik Vibskov online shop

• Retail Management

• Merchandising 

You will need:

• To be fluent in English, written and spoken

• Skills in both Photoshop and InDesign

• To be independent, curious and outgoing

• To have an interest and knowledge in fashion and lifestyle

This is a non-paid internship, however, there is potential to grow within the company, and a great learning curve is guaranteed.


Starting from April for 3 - 6 months (Flexible starting date)

Please send application and CV to:

Angel Chen SS18
Angel Chen SS18
Angel Chen SS18
Angel Chen SS18
Angel Chen SS18


The Angel Chen SS18 Collection is now available in our Copenhagen Boutique and Online.

Two models backstage at Henrik Vibskov AW18 show in Paris
One model backstage at Henrik Vibskov AW18 show in Paris
One model backstage at Henrik Vibskov AW18 show in Paris
Two models backstage at Henrik Vibskov AW18 show in Paris
One model backstage at Henrik Vibskov AW18 show in Paris


Backstage photos of Henrik Vibskov AW18 "PLEASE ANALYZE VOLUMIZE MOISTURIZE ME". Backstage from the Paris show. Photography by Sonny Vandevelde.

HENRIK VIBSKOV AW18 "Please Analyze Volumize Moisturize Me" at Paris Fashion Week

Runway Impressions from Henrik Vibskov AW18 "Please Analyze Volumize Moisturize Me" show during Paris Fashion Week. Photos by Victor Jones

Comme des Garçons: Andy Warhol 'You're In'

This Limited Edition Unisex Comme des Garçons Eau de Toilette is Inspired by the Iconic Pop Artist Andy Warhol and his 'You’re In' Artwork from 1967.
The Original Art Piece featured Silver Spray-Painted Coca-Cola Bottles in a Wooden Crate, Filled with a Citrus Perfume. Warhol Received a Desist Letter from the Coca-Cola Company Resulting in the Project being Abandoned.

The Packaging with Bold Red and Yellow Graphics is Inspired by Vintage Warhol Film Posters. The Fragrance Bottles feature Six Different Famous Quotes from the Artist Himself.

The Fragrance itself is Composed of Bitter Orange, Aldehydes, Makrut Lime Zest, Jasmine, Coriander Leaf, Pittosporum, Cashmere Wood, Musk and Metallic Amber Notes.

City Guide: Rune Park

Copenhagen Fashion Week met up with our Buyer Rune Park to talk about his favorite things in Copenhagen:

"Buyer at Henrik Vibskov Rune Park loves to drink coffee at Henrik Vibskovs' own café Den plettede Gris, eat at La Banchina or take a weekend trip to Finn Juhl’s House at Ordrupgaard enjoying Danish architecture and interior design. Read more about his favorite things and secrets about Copenhagen

How do you feel Copenhagen influences you when buying for Henrik Vibskov?
The city is ever-changing, as is it's weather. We live and breathe the city so closely that buying is not only influenced by a multitude of twisted universes, but as well by functionality to be ready for all kinds of weather and occasions.

What’s your favorite thing about Copenhagen?
Springtime has its very own charm in Copenhagen when people gather outside in cafés trying to get the first sun and simply enjoy city life along the canals. No matter the season, being able to get around the entire city with a short bike ride is one of my favorite things about Copenhagen.

Top 3 things to do or see in Copenhagen?
1. For contemporary art, I recommend the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. The space itself is situated beautifully a little outside the city by the water, so remember to take a walk in the park after seeing the exhibition.
2. Finn Juhl’s House at Ordrupgaard is a great spot to get inspired by Danish architecture and interior design. Juhl designed the house from the inside out as a lab for his organic approach to interior design.
3. On a sunny day, take a stroll on Amager beach and visit Kastrup Søbad. The bathhouse with its crescent-shaped wall of wooden slates on the water is an interesting sculptural piece of architecture and offers a really nice view over Saltholm Island and Sweden.

Another, more urban art space is Copenhagen Contemporary located in an old warehouse on Paper Island right next to the Henrik Vibskov studio.
Helgoland bathhouse at Amager beach is great spot to enjoy the Danish summer by the Baltic sea with a good view to over the Øresund.

Where do you go for coffee?
When in the city and craving for a good coffee definitely stop by “Den Plettede Gris” the café of Henrik Vibskov next to his studio at the Paper Island. If you are visiting our shop at Krystalgade 6 treat yourself with my favorite croissants in Copenhagen at Democratic Coffee.

Do you have a secret tip for Copenhagen?
On a sunny afternoon have dinner at “La Banchina” on Refshaleøen. The small restaurant serves wine and modern Nordic cuisine in a scenic location right by the water. In winter, the wood-heated sauna is definitely worth a visit as well. Remember to reserve a table in advance because seats are very limited.

For Sundays, I recommend a long walk through Frederiksberg Have. Stop by ”The Cisterns”, a long forgotten subterranean reservoir that once contained the supply of drinking water for the Danish capital. The dark and moist underground space has since been converted into a unique venue for changing art exhibitions."

Photo by Rasmus Weng Karlsen

Henrik Vibskov SS18 The Great Chain of Sleepers Tokyo Fashion Week
Henrik Vibskov SS18 at Tokyo Fashion Week
Henrik Vibskov SS18 at Tokyo Fashion Week
Henrik Vibskov SS18 at Tokyo Fashion Week
Henrik Vibskov SS18 at Tokyo Fashion Week
Henrik Vibskov SS18 at Tokyo Fashion Week

Henrik Vibskov SS18 "The Great Chain of Sleepers" in Tokyo

Henrik Vibskov SS18 "The Great Chain of Sleepers" show in Tokyo. Photos by Amazon Fashion Week Tokyo

NEW IN STOCK: Nomenclature - Eau De Parfums

noun \ noh-men-kluh-cher
From the Latin nomenclatura (“calling by name, assigning of names”), from nomen (“name”) + calare (“call”)
\ the act of naming
\ the system, set of terms or symbols used in a particular science, discipline, or art

Nomenclature celebrates design in perfume chemistry by showcasing today’s most inspiring, exclusive molecules—so exclusive that some, known as “captives,” are zealously guarded by fragrance companies.

Through a series of sheer and streamlined compositions, Nomenclature explores their complex facets and their potential for protagonism. Demonstrating that these man-made hybrids of poetry and science have a beauty all their own.
The beauty of modernity.

“Scientists design these outstanding compounds as elegant solutions to very practical problems. For example, to find a compassionate equivalent to musk, an ecological substitute for sandalwood or a cost-efficient alternative to ambergris. I fell in love with the idea of celebrating design in fragrance chemistry.” - Carlos Quintero, founder

The Scent: Zero Gravity Musk

Part of the latest generation of synthetic musks (the oldest one goes back to 1888), Helvetolide® is particularly valued for its delectable pear note, reminiscent of ambrette, a vegetal musk extracted from hibiscus seeds. It was patented in 1991 by the Swiss company Firmenich, hence its name, derived from Helvetia, the Latin term for Switzerland.

A pink pepper comet brings out its fruitiness. Cool, metallic iris underlines its affinities with ambrette (which has an iris facet). A nebula of vanilla, tonka bean and ambergris underline its sensuousness. In German, adrett means “neat” or “dapper”: in this spare, smartly trimmed scent, each element is essential – as it would be in outer space.

Helvetolide® Musk, Pink Pepper, Iris, Amber Gris, Vanilla, Tonka Bean

The Scent: Electric Violet

Capturing the scent of violets in a lab was one of the earliest triumphs of fragrance chemistry and ever since, ionones have been a pillar of perfumery. Violettyne® is the 21st century’s answer to their wistful, powdery fragrance: a preternaturally bright violet with a metallic vibration, edged in fluorescent green. Patented in 2000 by Firmenich, the cutting-edge captive molecule turns scent into light with lumen_esce.

Boosted by a cool-as-cucumber essence of violet leaves, the sizzling Violettyne® shoots high-voltage current from bloom to roots. Petals aquiver, the flower scatters scented powder on a springtime posy (freesia, jasmine, iris and rose). Patchouli Prisma, a high-tech natural ingredient distilled and reassembled to enhance its woody warmth, sheds black light on the radiant bouquet.

Violettyne®, Violet Leaves, Freesia, Jasmin Sambac, Bulgarian Rose, Bergamot, Patchouli Prisma

The Scent: The flower of angels

Ever since it infused Edmond Roudnitska’s groundbreaking Eau Sauvage with its citrus-tinged, floral airiness, Hedione®, an analogue of a compound naturally present in jasmine, has been one of the most widely-used materials in perfumery. Paradisone®, a captive molecule patented in 1996 by Firmenich, is its purest, most precious and most powerful expression.

Paradisone® is “the angelic aroma of one million flowers. Touched by the luminous soul of jasmine, the fruit, leaves, twigs and blossoms of the orange tree unfurl their heady, sun-gorged scents. Bergamot adds its peppery sparkle; osmanthus, the yielding velvet of its apricot and suede flesh; tuberose, its narcotic sillage.

Paradisone® Citrus-Floral, Neroli, Tuberose, Bergamot, Bigarade, Osmanthus

The Scent: Wood in orbit

It softens other materials, appeases tensions between musk, woody and floral notes, and makes perfume blends light as clouds… Since the early 1990s, “the transparent woody-ambery odor of Iso E Super has shaped and defined modern perfumery like hardly any other material,” writes the fragrance chemist Philip Kraft. With Orbitone®, Takasago offers a sophisticated, surprisingly textured version of this indispensable molecule.
Violet and rhubarb; pepper, cedar and roast coffee; tobacco, smoke, and a whiff of struck match… Of the many facets spinning around Orbitone® the perfumer has picked pepper as the main force of attraction.

Orbitone® Wood-Amber, Co2, Pepper, Rhubarb, Violet, Sandalwood, Olibanum

The Scent: Urban Iris

With its cucumber-cool, earthy, slightly skin-like facets contrasting with bright, clean, lined-dried linen effects, this modern, powerful organic compound comes as close as you can get to orris butter without tearing an iris field out by its roots and waiting six years for it to yield its fragrance.

Bolstered by iris concrete and irone alpha (the main molecule of the natural ingredient), the iris accord is stretched over an angular structure of crackling woody-ambery notes. Bergamot and ambrette – a vegetal musk with crystalline rose, pear and iris facets – shed their radiance on the trim, dry blend. 

Iris Aldehyde, Wood, Ambrette, Bergamo, Amber

The Scent: Thinking Green

Say it with a long “o” – Shisõ – and in Japanese, it means “modern thought”. With a short “o”, it trips over the tongue with the uniquely complex flavor of the shiso leaf. An iconic herb in Japanese cuisine, shiso is seldom featured in fragrance. But its smell – a blend of mint, basil and cumin with a metallic flash -- has long fascinated Bertrand Duchaufour. In shi_sõ, he spins it into an arrestingly modern take on a classic genre, the eau de Cologne, replacing citrus with a kaleidoscope of green notes. The zesty bite of cardamom. A sprig of cool spearmint. Lemony verbena. Raspy blackcurrant. Soapy almondy anise. Tart rhubarb. Glycolierral® wraps the bracing blend in a sweet, milky, sap-laden effect.

Glycolierral® Green, Shiso, Ivy Leaf, Cardamom, Spearmint, Verbena, Blackcurrant