Oslo Runway is back! For this season’s showing of the newest in Norwegian design, Oslo Runway pulled out all the stops and hosted the event at the infamous Oslo Opera House. Heels click-clacked on the white marble floors and interested tourists took pictures through the glass ceilings. Not only was the venue grand, but the event has also doubled in size with events taking place in between the shows.
Moods Of Norway
Moods of Norway
One of the leading Norwegian retail designers, Moods of Norway, is known for their unique, colorful clothes – especially their suits. The audience was swept away into a tropical paradise with light airy garments patterned with leaves, and bold prints.
Veronica B. Vallenes
This collection was filled with minimalism and femininity. The color palette was neutral with a nice balance of rich hues in the mix. The catwalk was filled with strong experimental silhouettes like sharp collars, billowing shirts, and structured jackets.
The king of outwear and jackets did not disappoint during his second time at Oslo Runway. The theory behind his designs seems to revolve around being practical yet stylish. The jackets were edgy, the knits were chunky, and some looks had a throw-back to the early ’00s with a cardigan around the waist. The subtle crimping of the women’s hair in this show added some interesting edge to the looks.
Flouncy florals, billowing chiffons, and quint patterns stole the show at byTimo this season. A catwalk lined with Persian rugs and luscious plants provided the perfect backdrop for a collection of rich autumn hues and 70’s inspired pieces.
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Born in Hawaii to an American mother and a German father, Nicole considers Norway her second home. After studying textile design for one year in London she has recently moved back to Oslo and plans to continue her studies in Norway. She enjoys traveling, knitting, vintage shopping, and creating.
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