Hofmann Copenhagen’s Woman House collection celebrates a collective desire to inspire, empower and innovate. Through an artisanal blend of colours, fabrics, prints and silhouettes, the garments are an ode to the 1972 art installation, Womanhouse, and our strong team of creatives.
Through feminine shapes and utilitarian silhouettes, each garment embraces womanhood through fun practicality. Inspired by our Danish surroundings, many of the shapes reflect Nordic minimalism to which we have added colourful details that are synonymous with Hofmann Copenhagen.
Womanhouse was a feminist art installation and performance space organised by artists Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro. It was the first public exhibition that centred upon female empowerment. Miriam Shapiro, one of the founders of Woman House, was a pioneer of feminist artwork and the decoration movement who, by using romantic emblems, lace and ribbons, satirically redefined the stereotype of womanhood and the predetermined concept of the housewife.