The 2019 Spring/Summer Fashion Week in Stockholm, Sweden, which preceded the four famous international fashion weeks( (New York, London, Milan, Paris) has just come to an end. In addition to the excellent Nordic design on the runway, outside the runway the street style of the fashion icons is also worth seeing!
In the Nordic style, minimalism is advocated and it has always had a “Normcore” label – characterized by unpretentious, normal-looking clothing. However, every year outside the runway – in addition to capturing a lot of people dressed in simple black and white gray – we also see that many Swedish fashionistas love to wear colorful colors to attract people’s attention. They like to mix and match with brightly colored pieces.
Every year autumn of northern Europe comes very early and at the same time it brings us new inspiration for early autumn wear and it presents the early autumn fashion trend to us in advance. Although – compared to the street shoots from the internationally four famous major fashion weeks – we don’t see luxury brands everywhere, many fashionistas’ street style still gets a high rating.
From the street style during this weeks fashion event, Swedish fashionistas are good at using bright colors to attract attention. Richly represented are the warm colors of autumn; orange, yellow, bright red, romantic pink and neutral purple, cool blue and green. The complete palette is used in their sweaters, pants, skirts, bags, hats and other items – they are full of colors.
This year’s popular lattice element and animal print elements, also appeared in suits, coats, shirts, trousers hats and bags, which also shows that the lattice element and animal print elements will continue to be hot in this autumn and winter.
Among them, it also includes casual flip-flops, cycling shorts and sports styles, also frequently appearing on the streets of Fashion Week this time.
Finally, let’s take a look at more exciting shots captured by photographer Bryndis Thorsteinsdottir during the Spring/Summer 2019 Fashion Week in Stockholm.