Fringed checks and an outstanding orange shearling embody Rodebjer's autumn/winter '24 collection
Clothes are never quite as interesting as the women who wear them. At least, that is, if you ask founder and creative director Carin Rodebjer. "Garments act as an extension of a woman," the designer notes. “Her feelings, her expression, her desires.”
This strong sense of self – focusing on the woman and not her clothes – permeates Rodebjer's autumn/winter '24 collection. The collection comes alive on the body, where simple no-fuss garments drape, layer and pair to create an unanticipated blueprint that radiates Rodebjer's stylistic codes: a tangerine shearling jacket meets psychedelically printed knit trousers, a soft bouclé dress pairs perfectly with high shine leather, and fuzzy mismatched checks in a brushed material somehow balances its busy appearance with sleek leather boots.
These unexpected combinations bring to life Rodebjer's unique point of view. Maximalist but uncomplicated. Eclectic but not messy. Intelligent but unpretentious. “With this collection, I aimed to capture that sense of strength, freedom, and attraction that," comments Rodebjer. “This is seen across autumn/winter '24 with our confronting use of colour and print, textural explorations, and straightforward silhouettes.” An “unconformist's” uniform, according to the designer.
See Rodebjer's full AW24 collection below: