Stockholm Fashion Week comes to a close


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Stockholm Fashion Week comes to a close

Stockholm Fashion Week just wrapped, and this season’s showcase featured some of the trendiest, up-and-coming designers from Sweden and beyond. Designers sent their 2017-18 autumn and winter collections down the runway, and they didn’t disappoint.

Scandinavian simplicity has its place, but for designers like Rodebjer and Ida Klamborn, they’ve incorporated splashes of color into an otherwise muted and monochromatic runway season. Their collections included warm, seasonal reds, oranges and yellows.

We noticed a lot of separates and menswear-inspired looks, but that doesn’t keep labels like Haal from showing a little bit of skin. Emelie Janrell also embraced a sheer, skin-is-in approach, but her big statement was through garments that were embellished with illustrations of certain female anatomy (similar to a design she did for Tove Lo last year).

Looking at evening and formal garments, Ida Sjöstedt’s designs were light, airy and ethereal with lots of lace and tulle, while Stylein took a more structured approach with their collection. We love how Stylein is all about the shoulder as focal point, through exposed cutouts, one-shoulder designs and over-exaggerated silhouettes.

But, we’re thinking about the cold weather these looks will ultimately be worn in and the collections from Busnel, Stand and Hope took a more modest, seasonably appropriate turn with their designs.

In case your eyes were glued to the runway, take a look at what GQ found on the streets. It highlighted the best men’s and women’s street looks from around the shows.

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