A young designer Erïk Bjerkesjö who was born on an island (Gotland) outside Stockholm showcased sophisticated menswear collection during Stockholm Fashion Week. The Spring-Summer season comes with post-modern craftsmanship, elegant and innovative looks and great focus on details, great fabrics choice, including exquisite tanned calf leather, Egytian cotton, cashmere and formed wool. I personally like his dark and minimal atmosphere. The season was inspired by the drama of the international pandemonium of the mid 20th century. You are about to see lush line of hard silhouettes inspired by outdoor activities on the Swedish island Gotland. The color palette includes white, gray, black and inky shades.
A nylon tee with one long sleeve is styled with fitted pants and classic black lace shoes.
One long skin-tight sleeve is seen out of elongated top which is covered by bulletproof vest, which is worn with track capris.
Another relaxed style outfit, which looks quite creative to me.
Quite sophisticated look to me.
Elongated silk navy shirt worn over a white shirt.
That's an impressive look, which consists of a double breasted suit jacket with patent collar is styled with mandarin collar shirt and tailored trousers.
A violet apron for men, serious?
Wide collar jacket styled with gray apron and cool pants.
Scoop neck elongated jacket looks amazing in shimmering fabric.
This bomber jacket will look sporty if you will style in the other way, than is shown in this picture.
A black raincoat will look perfect if you will style it with tailored looks.