Northern Europe, led by Sweden, Finland, Norway, Belgium and Denmark, which gave the course of the androgynous trend, is still the best when it comes to style. The girls looked amazing, as if they just stepped out from the latest advertising billboards – excellent role models, with an incredible ability to mix the pieces of their wardrobe. Pay attention to details: deliberately short jeans, bulky jackets, coats to the ground, unusual knits and loose silhouettes. Below, the best of Stockholm street style!
The London department store, Liberty, often collaborates with fashion brands to create capsule collections. In the past they collaborated with Manolo Blahnik, Dr. Martens, Nike, Levi’s, Roland Mouret, Kenzo and now, the list of such huge names enriched when the Swedish brand Acne joined the Liberty department store for this new project. The collection consists of leather jackets, denim overalls, t-shirts and sweatshirts. Accessories – caps, sunglasses, scarves and bags – and also two models of shoes . The Acne collection […]
Agonist is a swedish perfume house launched in 2008. As the website explains: AGONIST creates pure 100% natural fragrances inspired by the Nordic climate and culture. Raw materials and product give form to a Swedish but even more Nordic clarity, – fresh with a vigorous weight and beautiful low tones. In close collaboration with prominent perfumers, unique Eau de Parfums are created according to the traditional art of fine perfumery. The fragrances are then artistically sculptured in handcrafted Swedish glass created […]