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LAST SEASON’S HIGHLIGHTS


The diversity
The representation in the model cast was improved in comparison to previous years. Louise Linderoth’s from Swedish School of Textiles collection was showed by models in a seated position, By Malina included a veil and there were variations regarding the model’s age, body type and skin tone. Keep up the great, important work!


Lazoschmidl brought some male sexuality to the catwalk
With cropped tops, see-through fabrics and tight fits, the male body got more exposed than most of us are used to. Andreas Schmidl and Josef Lazo were (as per usual) not shy. In their SS18 collection they revealed buttocks and penis bulge and the audience could not help but stare.


Totême made their debut with a Scandinavian summer breeze
Pioneer fashion blogger Elin Kling debuted Fashion Week Stockholm with her brand Totême. The well edited, minimalistic collection was shown at her studio in Vasastan. The models, carrying towels and wearing flip flops, were obviously heading to the beach. With no excessive details, the peaceful vacation mood was set.


Björn Borg’s grand slam at The Royal Tennis Hall
This season Björn Borg decided to show at the Royal Tennis Hall, the place where Björn Borg won so many games during the 1970’s. The spectacular location and the retro inspired athleisure collection made the audience clap their forehands together. The movie Borg/McEnroe that released in September made everyone crave 70’s tennis wear even more.


Diana Orving touched us to tears
Well known for her amazing shows Orving did it again with a ballet dance performance-show in Grand Hotel’s Spegelsal. With a live orchestra playing, not a single eye was dry.