At the moment, there are a few Scandinavian brands that I am obsessed with, and I thought it was a great idea to share them with you. When I visited Sweden and Denmark last summer, I noticed that everyone was dressed so well, and I understood that it was due to the large selection of Scandinavian-based brands. Of course, you probably already know Acne Studios, Fjällräven, Swedish Has Been, and Weekday, so I went for four brands that are less known in here in Canada. They are worth the discovery! So here are three of my favourite runway looks for each brands, from their latest shows (Fall 2016 for all of them except Filippa K, S/S 16). 

 Photo by Alberto Maddaloni via Vogue.com

Photo by Alberto Maddaloni via Vogue.com

Filippa K

Very minimalistic designs, but still easy to wear. The layering game is strong, and the fabrics seems so comfortable and durable. Also, the designer uses very neutral colors, which means these pieces can last years!

 Photo by Pablo Latorre via Vogue.com

Photo by Pablo Latorre via Vogue.com

Ganni

My new discovery! I just love how edgy this brand is. The booties are so cute, I love the floral pattern, and the rich colors makes me excited for fall. It's also very distinctive from the other Scandinavian brands. 

 Photo by Pablo Latorre via Vogue.com

Photo by Pablo Latorre via Vogue.com

By Malene Birger - Oversized shapes, statement colors, glossy mid-calf boots, what a fun collection! Living in a nordic country (hello -20 °C Canadian winters), I feel like these clothes would be just the right amount of fashion I need during a snowstorm. 

 Photo by Pablo Latorre via Vogue.com

Photo by Pablo Latorre via Vogue.com

Baum Und Pfertgarten

I've already talked about them on the blog, but I just think this brand is having its moment right now. Again, layering, slightly oversized shapes, coats, and rich colors. I'm loving everything about this collection. 

What is your favourite Scandinavian brand? Love. S. 


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