Victor Lind x House of Dagmar.
This collection felt earthy and young. The models walked barefoot down the runway which added the natural experience. Grey, beige and white dominated and interesting cuts could be seen in both coats and pants. Lind succeeded in keeping a Scandinavian aura but in a grungy kind of way.
Petra Norden x Cheap Monday.
Leather, shiny boots, orange, black and white. The photos speaks for themselves, but this one is exactly what I expected and want to see in a collaboration with Cheap Monday.
Jenny Larsson x Carin Wester.
Scandinavian minimalism together with innovative cuts. Both thin materials and padded jackets worked as key pieces and the colour palette was mainly natural colours and bright red. The last outfit with cropped red pants and the white jacket is definitely something I would love to see more of!
The other designers who presenter their collaborations were, Olle Daunfeldt, Amanda Blom, Isabell L. Knobel, Anna Scholz, Siah Javaheri, Johanna Welinder, Klara Modigh, Filippa Borenius, Emma Röstlund, Livia Schück and Josephine Bergqvist.
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