Naemi Gustavsson

Welcome to an evening of thinking and drinking – meet three of Sweden’s most promising young fashion designers and see their works! They will present their creativity through the PechaKucha concept, sharing the best they’ve got in 6 minutes and 40 seconds. 20 images get 20 seconds each – it never gets boring, only inspiring!

FREE ENTRANCE FOR EVERYBODY! No registration required.

Doors open at 8.20pm – first presenter on stage at 9.00pm sharp!

Svensk Form’s Library on Svensksundsvägen 13, Skeppsholmen.



Naemi Gustavsson is a contemporary menswear designer, graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts 2015. Her work derives from stories of male stereotypes and an aesthetics of street wear and functional clothing; deconstructed to drive the silhouette toward new expressions and challenging existing views on menswear. The value of materials, craftsmanship and functionality are used as tools to create connections between garment and user; and by that her work pushes the way we see and interact with the clothing we wear.


Josephine is a Stockholm based fashion designer, recently graduated from Beckmans College of Design. Before and during the time at Beckmans she’s been interning for Ann-Sofie Back, H&M and Eckhaus Latta in Los Angeles. Right now she is working on a project for Cheap Monday. Josephine is also one of the nominees of Young Swedish Design (Ung Svensk Form) 2016.


Since the graduation from Beckman’s College of Design’s fashion department in 2013, Amandah today works full-time as a freelance illustrator, print designer, costume designer while she also put a lot of focus on her own fashion brand AMA AWE, both as the fashion designer, graphic designer & print designer. Amandah is based in Stockholm and a part of the creative design group CRAY Collective.

PechaKucha was devised by architects, Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham (Klein Dytham Architecture) in 2003 as a place for designers, young and old, to meet and show their work in public. The informal, snappy format premiered in Klein & Dytham’s multimedia space, SuperDeluxe in Tokyo and has now spread to 900 cities.