The Swedish brand proves you can poke fun at awful weather
I don’t know your location but in Berlin the weather has turned to all shades of grey and gloom. And while that makes a great backdrop to plan a Halloween party it’s no moodbooster for getting through everyday life. Luckily Swedish rainwear brand Stutterheim is busy coming up with interesting collaborations to spice up possible stylings on bad weather days.
This year they’ve worked with the likes of Hendrik Vibskov and Marni and are now launching their Clinic collection, a collection of 200 raincoats that feature splatter-painting created by the designer Alexander Stutterheim himself in a long-abandoned cement factory on the island of Öland. The collection launches next monday.
Words: Alex Bohn
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