Fashion

Skall Studio - runway - SS22

By Josefin Forsberg

August 10, 2021

Mixing 1990s minimalism with the breezy country style of Southern Europe, this is Skall Studio's Spring/Summer 2022 collection

As guests arrived in the contemporary art centre, Den Frie, they were met by ceramic sculptures smattered across the catwalk in a variety of beige and terracotta. With knitting needles in hand – a gift upon arrival – Skall Studio's Spring/Summer 2022 collection then transported the audience to Southern Europe, from the sweet citrus smell of Valencia to the lavender fields along the Côte D'Azur. Inspired by the artist Cy Twombly’s large-scale, freely-scribbled works, the collection is based in the same muted colour palette of the artist’s preferred backgrounds in grey, tan, and off-white with the occasional stark black and pale blue.

The collection – consisting of primarily loose, cocooning silhouettes – was broken off by the sporadic sharp tailoring of a blazer or wide-legged trousers. At the same time, the detailing of well-placed seams on quilted vests and dresses gave the 1990s inspired minimalistic collection depth and shape. With the breezy and effortless styling, Skall Studio invited us to take a deep breath, slow down and pay attention to the small and important things in life.

As is the case for previous collections, the Skall sisters crated their own unique prints inspired by their personal scarf collection and the flora of Provence and Seville. The Danish signature knit also makes a return this season. Sourced and spun in one of the few remaining spinning mills in Denmark and knitted and stitched in one of the country's few remaining knitting factories. Characteristic of the sustainable brand, the collection is made from natural materials with a mixture of textures – From 100 per cent organic cotton to recycled cashmere and Danish wool.

See the full collection below:

All images by James Cochrane for Skall Studio.





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