Coster Copenhagen is a family-owned brand founded in 2012 by Pia Coster. With more than 20 years of experience in the fashion industry, her vision was to create a clothing brand for all women. By focusing on comfort, using soft and flexible materials, we guarantee you a perfect fit that makes you feel free and comfortable.
Not long after Pia started Coster Copenhagen, her husband, Chris, joined as CEO of the company. Pia is the creative force of the brand, and her mission is to design and create collections with clean, Nordic lines, a versatile colour palette and unique prints without compromising the exclusive feel of clothes from Coster Copenhagen. While Pia is the creative force in the company, her husband, Chris Coster, is the backbone of the success and daily execution of the company.
The headquarters of Coster Copenhagen is in Humlebæk, a little north of Copenhagen. Pia and Chris live and find their inspiration here. Thus, all of us at Coster Copenhagen work at a pretty, yellow farmhouse, converted into offices, where we all benefit from working in idyllic surroundings – close to beautiful nature and the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.
SPRING 23 - GAME ON
Emerge yourself into a world of fun and play! As new technology integrates virtual worlds into our everyday lives, we relax by playing video games and have fun by entering the made-up worlds of games. It reawakens the joys of youth and helps us from taking everything so seriously!
The Spring 23 collection by Coster Copenhagen is inspired by various conceptions of games. You’ll find sporty and artistic elements in the prints, shapes, and details. They are merged into a playful collection that opens the gates to our imagination and encourages fun and playfulness.
Silhouettes reveal new cuts and volumes merged with classic, sporty details. Intertwining the fun and playfulness into the collection, you’ll see a new, bold colour palette. Flashy Green,
Red Lips, Powder Pink, Warm Purple, Neon Yellow, and Sporty Blue. All add a fun colour block spin to the collection.
The prints are inspired by elements of arcades and casinos, where fun optical illusions spark the imagination and bring us back to childhood.