Anna is a Swedish freelance writer and cultural studies student. Her main subjects are fashion theory and literature. She lives in Stockholm, loves flea markets and gets inspired by kids and old ladies. She collects clothes, fabrics and books and used to have a vintageshop named Mint & Vintage.
The third and final day of Stockholm fashion “week” was as warm and sunny as the previous two days. Peacocks, pink coated ladies, glittering couples, striped girls and avant-garde fashionistas
Their debut collection became a major hit in 2009 and since then the expectations on Natalia Altewai and Randa Saome has been high. And so far, they have failed to
“Minna Palmqvist keeps claiming that the female body is not yours to judge.” We all know the feeling of standing in front of an unapologetic mirror in a too warm,
The Cheap Monday show was held at the beautiful courtyard of the Hallwyl museum. Models were crossing between round topiary, got fake snow blown over their messy hairdos, all to
Whyred, founded in 1999, has been a faithful participant of Mercedes Benz fashion week Stockholm since it’s start in 2005. Last couple of years have been a little shaky for
Busnel is an old French-Swedish brand known for their classic wool cardigans of impeccable quality. It was huge in the 70’s and has for decades been the obvious choice for
No one really knew what to expect from Bea Szenfeld, the designer who since graduating from Beckmans School of Design in 2002 has made many different fashion related art projects
Ida Sjöstedt’s SS 13 collection “Dream Girls” was a great success, and the hall at Berns was rapidly filled with cheerful anticipation before the start of the SS14 collection, called
School shows are always a highly anticipated venue. While established brands and designers always have to have the customer in mind when making their collections, students have the possibility to
First day of the week was warm, second day even warmer and the fashion people seemed to really enjoy their time in the sunlight and spotlight.