Schnayderman’s has taken inspiration from the 1990s for its Fall/Winter 2019 collection, seeing relaxed formal pieces and oversized silhouettes take on an array of autumnal hues, fabrics and patterns.
The Swedish label builds upon its staple T-shirts and shirts with the FW19 collection, serving oversized army-inspired jackets and drapey camouflage-print viscose shirts. Elsewhere, Schnayderman’s extends its roster of clothing with mohair and wool cashmere sweaters produced in a premium circle-knit manufacturing process which makes for a seamless, clean fit, and rounds off the collection with a standout pair of checked trousers and matching shirt.
Speaking on the collection in a press release, the label said, “The shirt is the heart and foundation of Schnayderman’s, but we wanted to look at other wardrobe staples that complement it. This enabled us to create a full look and to enhance the Schnayderman’s aesthetic.”
It added, “We continued to work into sets, where every trouser has a matching coat, jacket or overshirt in the collection which is our way of looking at the modern suit.”
For more Scandinavian fashion highlights, take a look at Wood Wood’s editorial lookbook for SS19.