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10 Emerging Swedish Fashion Designers to Wear Right Now

Minna Palmqvist Swedish Designer

Minna Palmqvist Stockholm Fashion Week

SOCIETE PERRIER: Stockholm is the global capital of minimalist cool, and a new crop of fashion wunderkinds are ensuring that the city maintains its understated yet cutting-edge design. From geometric designs to unconventional cuts, the next generation of fashion-savvy creators are preparing to promote their crafty creations on an international stage. On the streets or on the Fashion Week runway, here are the fashion-forward leaders of the pack:

1.  ALTEWAISAOME

Natalia Altewai and Randa Saome, the creative duo behind the brand, design pieces that are both functional and stylish. Their latest Spring/Summer 2015 collection re-imagines neutral classics with dramatic cuts and unexpected touches of colored patterns and shapes. Since their inaugural Stockholm Fashion Week showing at  in 2011, the young designers have been floating on a sea of accolades; their latest being Elle Sweden 2014 Designer of the Year Award.

2. Caroline Kummelstedt

Founded in 2011, the chic Swedish label’s newest collection features daring color combinations,  a relaxed fit and complementary accessories. Currently based in Milan with a production team in Portugal, the internationally-minded designer  received a Swedish Design Rookie of the Year nomination just a year after debuting her line. The Spring/Summer 2015 fashion show marks Ms. Kummelstedt’s second runway experience in Stockholm.(Full Article)

SUMMARY:

A look at Sweden’s up-and-coming design stars of tomorrow.

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 Published at Societe Perrier on August 10th 2014

Photo Source: Altewaisaome (cover) Kristian Löveborg,

Author: Jessica Benavides Canepa

Jessica is a freelance journalist focusing on international travel, fashion, luxury, eco culture & women's issues. She has lived and/or traveled to 50+ cities around the globe. Published work has appeared at BBC Travel, Jetsetter, Nat Geo, CNN travel, Viator, Societe Perrier and Hemisperes.

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