It’s that time of year again! The fashion frenzy has officially started with designers showcasing their new A/W 19 collections, stylists tying to pick the perfect pieces for clients, influencers jet-setting off to different cities for the shows and of course us, the die hard fashionista’s sitting behind our computers watching all the magic unfold.
Aside from the famous “Big 4” (New York City, London, Milan & Paris), there are so many other fashion weeks worldwide that are constantly bringing us creative designers and collections. For example, Stockholm Fashion Week.
After three days of shows, shows and well, more shows…we have compiled a list of our favourite collections from Stockholm A/W 19 Fashion Week!
The Swedish brand Stylein was founded in 2001 by designer Elin Alemdar. They are known for their contemporary, timeless and minimalistic style which of course, was greatly shown in their newest collection.
This collection is the perfect blend of masculinity and femininity. We feel the masculine energy of this collection with their use of blazers, pantsuits and trench coats. The feminine aspect shines through with their delicate use of see-through pieces, silk and velvet dresses. Together, they created the perfect blend of minimalistic chic.
House of Dagmar is a brand that is best known for their design, ethics and longevity. Aside from being not only being fashionable, they are also extremely animal and environmentally friendly.
Their newest collection featured materials such as animal-friendly fur, recycled polyester, lyocell fibres, organic cotton, regenerated cashmere, mulesing-free merino wool and chrome-free leather.
An A+ to House of Dagmar from all us animal lovers & environmentalists!
Ida Sjöstedt is another Swedish brand that is known for it’s dreamy aesthetics and perfect blend of UK style with Scandinavian functionality.
Ida is constantly inspired by the complexity of being a woman. Her previous collections have been inspired by female stereotypes such as riot girls, powerful ladies, etc.
Her newest collection defiantly appeals to all the powerful, sexy and daring women out there. With her use of see-through garments, polka dots, velvet, and sparkles, she created the most (pardon my French) badass yet sophisticated collection of all of Sweden Fashion Week.
Photos provided by : http://fashionweek.se