Please welcome Swedish School of Textiles spring-summer collection which was showcased during Stockholm Fashion Week last year. Today I want to make a review of the runway, which was full of interesting creations, which were loose-fit, relaxed, fashion-forward and somehow sporty to me. All the presented garments and outfits should be ready for sale in stores and to a certain market segment. The purpose of school's degree work showcasing to the masses is to present new ideas and possibilities that can be adopted by retailers. I personally saw many nowadays fashion pieces that are going to rock next year. Of course the majority of the presented looks are abstract, creative and may be even fashion forward, but listen, all these looks are wearable.
That's an impressive style idea, which consists of sporty nylon zip jacket in navy, denim capris, long capri leggings and knitted socks tucked inside creative zipped sneakers.
Stroke print anorak featuring cocoon sleeves.
An athletic outfit featuring glove sleeve sport jacket and footwear running shoe pants.
An oversize puffy outerwear in cold gold hue styled with puffy hi-top sneakers.
An amazing cocoon loose-fit outerwear.
Creative everyday ensemble.
An impressive dress with puffy shoulders
Stylish office wear attire, looks like onesie to me.
Collarless oval shoulder oversize long outerwear
A floor length creative dress, ideal for summer festivals.
Oversize sleeveless knit turtleneck vest tucked inside skirt embellished with belted pants.
An oversize sponge-like fabric pink coat worn over mustard turtleneck and lace white pants.
A belted white sweatdress in rib knit print.
A furry overcoat worn over black shirt and orange relaxed trousers.
A cropped oversize cozy sweater styled with a statement white pencil skirt.
Men's cropped bomber jacket worn with black jeans and white shirt. Love that grungy effect which is made by military boots.
A-line cropped blazer worn with silk pleated trousers.
Creative women's trench coat embellished with zips.
Photographer: Kristian Löveborg