Please welcome J.Lindeberg Autumn-Winter season's runway show which was presented during Stockholm Fashion Week. The Fall season was inspired by the imaginative journey to outer space, from the red planet Mars, mysterious dunes to colorful planet Earth. These two planets formed J. Lindeberg women's autumn season line. You are going to see sophisticated rock and roll themes, sharp and modern tailoring, as well as fashion-forward textures, silver accents and new proportions. The showcased outfits are ideal for self-confident, modern women who are strong and powerful. All in all, if you know how to combine different clothing elements and new proportions, then this collection is meant for you.
We see fashion model who appears in a black furry trapper hat, camel beige field coat cinched around waist with a glossy black belt and paired with turquoise blue pants.
Another great looking belted camel coat is styled with blue top and slim-fit black leather trousers.
Keep it rock and roll inspired. We see an awesome black leather biker jacket worn atop work jumpsuit
There are kind of military references in this look: fur trapper hat, grey wool tailored field jacket updated with a military green glossy belt and matte green cargo pants.
Shimmering green biker jacket looks modern worn with black shirt what is tucked in matte skinny black pants and styled with flat booties.
Wrap tweed coat is worn atop grey blue top what is teamed with silver shiny skinny trousers.
Black fur trapper hat is styled with camouflage (black-white) bomber and black leather matte trousers.
If you want something modern for your working hours, then I recommend to try on this black pantsuit worn with black leather long-sleeve shirt.
Silver shimmering biker coat looks fashion-forward. Try it on with mini black shirt-dress.
That's a mannish looking black pantsuit. Love the black fur detail around its collar.
An extravagant look: lush fur cape is worn atop black matte leather separates.
We see an exaggerated long fur vest worn atop grey colored jumpsuit.
Photos by Kristian Löveborg