Ganni, the Danish ‘it’ label of the moment, lands in Workshop

Creating collections that are effortless and unique, Ganni is the label we want to be wearing every day. Based in Copenhagen and run by a husband and wife duo since 2009, it’s a brand that has grown exponentially in the last few years. Embodying the Danish ethos of quality design and simple luxury, the collections offer an artistic melange of colourful graphics, wearable silhouettes and tactile fabrics.

Recently garnering a reputation as the label of choice for the fashion set all over the world, this covetable brand has just landed at Workshop in anticipation of the warmer months ahead — and excited is an understatement. In celebration, and to help you stay ahead of the game, we’ve formulated some looks using Workshop’s new Ganni intake, to inspire you to get amongst the undisputed label of the moment.


Left to right:
Helen Cherry cigarette trousers, Rika Finch velvet jacket, Isabel Marant Lehoa Africa pouch, Lewis Fredericks Gabi glasses, Ganni Callie boot and Ganni Rometty Gerogette mini dress all from Workshop

Left to right:
Helen Cherry Rae DB jacket, Chloé Kyle studded sneaker, See by Chloé Hana contract medium bag, Ganni Lott Isoli sweatshirt and Vanessa Bruno Germano bootcut pants all from Workshop


Left to right:
Ganni Charon check ruffle neck dress, Ganni Merkel pant, Alexander Wang Roxy soft small tote and Alexander Wang Eri low ankle boot all from Workshop


Left to right:
Ganni Harris Power Angels tee, Jil Sander laser cut mule, Ganni Barra crepe wrap skirt, Workshop denim Colette sweater and Isabel Marant square and circle hoops all from Workshop

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