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Munthe presented the A/W 2023-2024 collection at Copenhagen Fashion Week.

The fall winter 2023-2024 collection is inspired by the works and character of Georgia O’Keeffe: blooming flowers, personality, diverse color palette, textured layers, and uniform dressing.




Winter-white, black, army, burnt umber, camel, and powder rose, is some of the calm colors that this collection is build around.

Together with blooming silk-prints, tailored suiting, checks, and details like brocade and silver brooches, the collection is sure to make you feel both stylish and chic for the upcoming season.




Furthermore, the collection offers a new take on minimalistic staple pieces like the tailored suit, the longline coat, the perfect pair of jeans, and the everyday collar shirt. Together with cool accessories, cargo pants, and graphic check prints, it all merges into a beautiful cocktail of both fun and classic pieces that women can rely on to transition many different moments in their day.




Art is at the core of MUNTHE, and collaborations with female artists is a reoccurrence each season.

For the Fall Winter 2023 collection MUNTHE has teamed up with Taiwan-born artist Una Ursprung.

The soul warming floral prints proves that blooms work any time of year, no matter if you’re most fund of silk-sets, ninety inspired dresses or feminine pleated skirts.




The Fall Winter 2023 collection is made of 61% more responsible materials.

At MUNTHE we have a criteria that our styles are made from min. 50% recycled or certified low impact materials that have a better and gentler environmental footprint.

During 2023 we will publish our first responsibility report.

Until then you can read more about our 5 sustainability commitments on MUNTHE.com





The MUNTHE Fall Winter 2023-2024 show has been hosted at Kuglegården in central Copenhagen.

The historic buildings are almost 300 years old and the location for the MUNTHE headquarters.

MUNTHEs show venue had a catwalk that is 90 meters long and mirrored.

The mirrors after the show has been donated to the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, for the students to repurpose the mirrors into art and the school NEXT will receive mirrors for their students to use for educational purposes.

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