Watch: video highlights from Stockholm Fashion Week
Tuesday 16 August 2011
See the collections of the Swedish fashion capital's most established brands and rising stars.
Ann-Sofie Back showed her fourth collection for Cheap Monday, which was all about color blocking and neon.
Swedish Hasbeens - now better-known thanks to their H&M collaboration - integrated artistic dance performances into their fashion show.
Part 1: http://youtu.be/cgGnVyOlM_s
Part 2: http://youtu.be/ylCQcpq6Ppk
One of the biggest brands in the country, Filippa K, delivered a solid yet unsurprising collection.
Whyred did what it does best: wardrobe staples with a twist.
Carin Wester showed a line inspired by travels to Morocco and China.
One of the most hyped Swedish labels of the moment is Minimarket.
Hernandez Cornet presented an interesting mix between 1990s nostalgia and science fiction.
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