After making the rounds in Copenhagen, the international Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019 circuit has now landed in Stockholm. The Swedish capital’s finest offered another chapter of clean Scandinavian street style, visiting familiar style elements such as chunky knits, wide-leg trousers, minimalist cuts and color-blocked outfits mixing neutral palettes with flashes of orange and lime greens.
There was a handful of graphic-centric pieces ranging from designer brands such as Balenciaga and Raf Simons, to ‘90 and early-2000s motifs referencing Wu-Tang Clan and heavy metal concert tees. Pattern clashing also made a strong statement via tartans and leopard prints, while an electric blue Chinese dragon shirt proved that the printed bowling shirt trend is going strong. Footwear went heavy in the chunky sneaker category with platform models such as the Eytys Angel and Buffalo London sneaker, as well as the YEEZY 500 and adidas Yung-1.
Follow our continuing Fashion Week SS19 coverage for the latest designer content and backstage access. In case you missed it, we reviewed the five best collections from Copenhagen Fashion Week SS19.