Best of Stockholm Fashion Week S/S 14Always exited to check out what’s new on the Swedish fashion scene. Stockholm has had its own Mercedes Benz Fashion Week since 2005, and it just keeps getting better and better. The Northern European talent and style which is famous for being minimal, somber, beautifully clean cut with attention to details, didn’t disappoint anyone this season either. With House of Dagmar at the top, closely followed by Honkydory, Ida Sjostedt, Carin Western, Whyred and The Local Firm just to name a few, this season showed a wide variety of looks and here are my top outfit picks from Stockholm Spring/Summer 14.
1-4.House of Dagmar
Inspired by Rebecka Bebben Andersson’s artwork, this season had two different color schemes. I just slightly prefer the bright and pure vs. the dark and obscure making this show probably my favorite as I pretty much want everything from this collection.
A graduate from London’s University of Westminster, Ida Sjostedt has become one of Sweden’s most popular designers and I’m definitely one of her fans. Loving her cute style which is also know as tastefully kitschy.
This show looked like a blog-post strait out of Stockholm Streetstyle, as all the outfits would look great on the top fashionistas of Sweden. I wouldn’t mind wearing these two outfits.
8-9. Carin Wester
Dedicated this collection to the Latin women, simple yet innovative with layering a little sweater on-top of a bit of oversize.
Also showing this season at Stockholm Fashion Week was Mini Plange, the “Line and Curve” collection was adorable, girl and perfect for a summer party.
Ever since 1999 Whyred has been a must have in any Scandinavian wardrobe. Always chic with an attitude, this season was inspired by Ingmar Bergman’s film "Through a Glass Darkly".
Somewhat of a Swedish Lacoste, Busnel is classic, sporty, trendy and great.
16-17.The Local Firm
Too cool for school. Sporty fabrics and causal jerseys, I like it.
Perhaps not your everyday outfit but definitely adding some charm and humor to the fashion week was Bea Szenfeld, I would just love to go to a party in this Ga-Ga style.
This super cool Swedish born duo works with flow-y monochrome silhouettes and clean lines.
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