If, like us, you can't get enough of Viaplay's Börje, this shopping edit – inspired by the series' '70s setting (and enviable wardrobe) – should tide you over during the waiting game
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Not to be missed, the upcoming release Börje from Viaplay tells the incredible story of Swedish hockey legend Börje Salming. As we learned from the series' stars Hedda Stiernstedt and Valter Skarsgård for our forthcoming Dec / Jan issue of Vogue Scandinavia, the cast and crew went to great lengths – extreme dieting inclusive – to accurately recreate Salming and the experiences throughout his career and personal life.
Alongside the eerily accurate portrayal of Salming and those around him, Börje also nails another aspect of his young life – the world of the '70s. Whether an ice hockey fan or not, there is something special about stepping into another time and place, just as Borje transports us to this bygone era.
While there's no questioning the fact that '70s style frequently reappears in the trend cycle, there's also something timeless about the fashions from the era. From flared jeans to cropped T-shirts and long shearling-trimmed coats – these are pieces that will also have pride of place in our wardrobes.
So, in anticipation of Börje's '70s fashions set to grace our screens on Sunday, here are some of our favourite looks inspired by the series to shop now:
Evan patent leather black
Graphic v-neck vest
Clean eileen western Bbocked
Kelly western jacket black/brown denim
Freedom Beaded Gemstone Necklace adjustable
Chueca leather ankle boots
The Tilley Trousers
The Cameron Vest
Slanted hobo bag biscotto suede
Oversized corduroy blazer
Dorah tall boots
Kiena leaves turtle neck
Rouge Pur Couture - The Bold
Yves Saint Laurent
Western denim jumpsuit
7 For All Mankind
Forli faux leather skirt
Mira ribbed-knit turtleneck sweater
Faux fur coat - long beige
Wrist Collar Bracelet Dalmatian