Remake Stockholm burrowed into the autumn/winter season with a patchwork of prints and colours
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Remake Stockholm is looking to infuse some joy into the coming season. Founded in 2002, the Stockholm-based brand made a name for itself thanks to a whole-hearted dedication to sustainable practices before eco-consciousness entered the zeitgeist. Today, the brand is looking ahead to lighter, brighter days. "I think it's a very happy and upbeat vibe ahead," founder Marie Teike told Vogue Scandinavia. "A sense of liberty we're all craving. We know what it is like to be inhibited, meaning we want to be without it."
In the spirit of jubilee, the blue-print for the coming collection is colourful and confident. Sourcing materials from Stockholm City Mission – a whopping 42 tons a week – each upcycled piece is unique, meaning the look of AW22 is not guaranteed. "We're showing more of an idea really, than a definite outcome."
As always, the iconic patchwork style made from cotton shirts and denim are core in the collection. As for silhouettes, the shape was slouchy with cocooning coats and wide-cut trousers. Patterns and prints were mixed and matched, with florals and plaid competing for attention.