This time I want to share with you Filippa K Autumn-Winter runway show presented during Stockholm Fashion Week. The Fall season was inspired by the art of Henri Rousseau. His paintings inspired Nina Bogstedt (Design Director Filippa K) to use sophisticated color palette while creating cool 1970's style classics. What I love about Filippa K is the minimalistic atmosphere. Looking through the images, I felt in love with women's leather skirts that are cut in the ends with silver buttons details. The men's line features stunning, functional outerwear with slightly voluminous fit. All in all, if you are in search of bohemian 1970's inspired outfits, then you are on the right page, darling.
We see model who appears in the catwalk wearing an exaggerated black high-neck sweater tucked in light brown leather wrap skirt.
How about mannish Dandy look? We see model in a wide-brim hat, voluminous black pea-coat, loose-fit ribbed knit navy sweater and slouchy black pants styled with black booties.
In love with this grey sweat skirtsuit styled with brown leather booties.
Another great looking business appropriate look. We see tailored grey suit jacket, white pullover in black stripes and pinstripe dark blue trousers worn with grey beige pointed-toe flat shoes.
There is kind of military touch in this tailored khaki green coat.
Beige relaxed-fit coat with big lapels is worn atop high-neck elongated sweater paired with white shortened trousers.
Pinstripe black suit jacket looks great worn atop burgundy sweater that is styled with pleated black colored slim trousers.
Fur jacket looks awesome styled with striped top tucked in navy wide trousers.
Photos by Kristian Löveborg