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Copenhagen, Denmark played host to the world's longest catwalk over the weekend. The event, produced by model turned photographer Helena Christensen, was part of the Copenhagen Fashion Week.
The runway, decked out in pink carpet, took over Copenhagen's famous shopping street, 'Stroget' and measured 1.609 km - which equals 1 mile. Models braved the rain to strut their stuff amid a sea of spectators, wielding umbrellas, hoping to set a world record.
More than 220 models strutted fashions from 200 Scandinavian designers during the fashion week.