Trend Report: Stockholm Fashion Week Spring 2017

Trend Report: Stockholm Fashion Week Spring 2017

Stockholm has always been an incubator for young designers on the horizon—and Spring 2017 fashion week was no exception

Stockholm has always been an incubator for young designers on the horizon—and Spring 2017 fashion week was no exception

Text: Maryam Ghavidel

Scandinavians are known for their chic and minimalistic style—the "less is more" motto is often a go-to, both on and off the runway. The lines between menswear and womenswear are blurring out and on the runways we spotted clothes designed for people and not for genders, as we see male models walking in womenswear and vice versa. Cozy and effortlessly cool looks, wet hair, silk PJ's made to be worn out of the house, bold suits at home in both a conference room and a club—Stockholm Fashion Week had it all. Click through the slideshow above to see the standout Spring 2017 trends spotted at the shows.

The Wet Look: Carolina Johansson, Ella Boucht, Amanda Gerell (all from The Swedish School of Textiles)
Credits: Images courtesy Fashionweek.se

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