Up in Copenhagen, fashion week has swung around again, and we've been keeping tabs on events there since last year's edition began our Scandinavian fashion obsession.
Henrik Vibskov showed a collection of looks for men and women on Friday which really grabbed our interest - essentially a selection of colour and cut that trod nicely outside of the norm without descent into wacky.
For the girls, a palette of yellow and soft grey was the order of the day, cinched and belted at the waist and accessorised with headscarves (we're seeing a lot of head wrapping lately) and avatior/swimming goggle type shades.
Actually the whole women's collection had a sort of aviator hint; where deconstructed flying jackets and trenches seemed to be the starting point for many of the dresses.
For the boys, colour blocking (most noticably in the form of a entire suit) in black, tomato red and mauve was the order of the day, with relaxed tailoring generating some very nice pieces indeed.
For S/S 2011, we suggest you head to Vibskov for shorts and shirts to keep smart, but not square.