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Rain is in the air…

…and we LOVE it! Stockholmers never miss out the possibility to dress up in their rain gear and when rain is in the air we see Stutterheim all over town. Stutterheim has made an incredible journey as a brand; from the first Arholma green, designed more or less a copy of founder Alexander Stutterheim’s grandfathers raincoat, they’ve surprised us with new takes on rain wear. The Fall of 2018 is no exception. Stutterheim has teamed up with Italian Marni for a stylish black raincoat!


140 Opal by Marni for Stutterheim (2018). Rubberized cotton with a shiny opal black finish, contrasting yellow stitches and a matte black panel at back. Available in two lengths. Photo copyright Stutterheim.


Arholma is still a fine day-do-day choice for the pragmatic (?) Swedish man! Arholma green raincoat by Stutterheim. Photo copyright Stutterheim.

Compassionates, Contemporary Scandi, Eco Aesthetics, Environmental friendly, Fab Swedes, In the Season, Stutterheim 2018-08-04

Indicating Spring

Spring is around the corner and it’s high time to take geranium cuttings. The geranium or ”pelargon” as we call it in Sweden is easy to grow and lovely with its fresh green foliage and rich blossoming. Nowadays the geranium comes in many colours and shapes, but the Swede’s favourite is the classic Mårbacka. Pale pink has never been prettier!


Among the Scandi interior and fashion accessories 2017 there´s a lot of sophisticated pink. Right now, in the early days of sunlight and soft rain…I definitely go for pink.


Mosebacke raincoat by Stutterheim (2017). Photo copyright Stutterheim.


Navet Clamp Tray Small, by Navet Sthlm (2017). Pink metal, size diameter 15, H 1,7 cm. Photo copyright Navet Sthlm.

Contemporary Scandi, Eco Aesthetics, Fab Swedes, In the Season, Scandimood, Stutterheim 2017-03-20

The stylish limited edition

Since some years the Scandi brands have taken to launch a limited F/W collection. This Fall we see lots of limited editions, may it be a collectors item, like Gloria Solid Silver by Broberg & Ridderstråle for Klong. Or a sassy raincoat from Stutterheim…Let’s take a look:

Swedish eco-brand Klong celebrate 15 years by presenting an anniversary collection focusing on innovation and sustainability and the combo creative art + fine craftsmanship. Among the objects, Gloria Solid Silver by Broberg & Ridderstråle, is a given collectors item. Gloria is handmade in collaboration with acknowledged jewellery designer and goldsmith Rey Urban (1929–2015).

Gloria Solid Silver, candle holder by Broberg & Ridderstråle for Klong (2016). Sterling silver, 41 x 44 x 7,5 cm. Photo copyright Klong.



Gloria Solid Silver, candle holder by Broberg & Ridderstråle for Klong (2016). Sterling silver, handmade by Rey Urban. Photo copyright Klong.

Fritz Hansen knows how to make their iconic chairs, like The Ant™ by Arne Jacobsen (1952) trendy and contemporary.  In Fritz Hansen’s limited edition Choice 2016 The Ant™ is dressed in a warm grey-dyed oak veneer with powder-coated bronze legs which lends a subtly weathered look to this sleek beauty.


The Ant™ by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen (1952) in grey-dyed oak veneer and powder-coated bronze legs (2016). Photo copyright Fritz Hansen.


And who but Swedish brand Stutterheim (”Melancholy at its driest”) launches an edition of rain gear both stylish and trendy! Coat Odenplan comes in black, green, navy and sand.


Odenplan Green by Stutterheim (2016). Handmade crombie coat in waterproof bonded cotton. Photo copyright Stutterheim.

Arne Jacobsen, Broberg & Ridderstråle, Contemporary Scandi, Friends, Fritz Hansen, In the Season, Stutterheim 2016-09-24

Stutterheim goes NYC

Swedish brand Stutterheim has opened a shop in New York City, perhaps with the aim to spread the famous Swedish melancholy world wide? ”Through our melancholy we come up with new ways of seeing the world and new ways of being in the world”, Stutterheim claim. And then the brand add a great deal of humor to their handsome collection by naming their gear according to the rather stiff dress codes of some Stockholm areas. It is actually spot on. Södermalm, Vasastan…I am awaiting an Old Town creative but sensible parka!

Södermalm Opal Black Biker Jacket by Stutterheim (2016). Handmade in high gloss opal. Photo copyright Stutterheim.

Vasastan Charcoal Carcoat by Stutterheim (2016). Photo copyright Stutterheim.

Beckolmen Charcoal bucket hat by Stutterheim (2016). Handmade in rubberized cotton. Photo copyright Stutterheim.

Arholma green, the original raincoat by Stutterheim. Photo copyright Stutterheim.

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Stutterheim New York Shop at 232 Muberry Street in Nolita. Photo copyright @stutterheim

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Embracing melancholy! Photo copyright Matt Scorte/Stutterheim.

Compassionates, Contemporary Scandi, Eco Aesthetics, Fab Swedes, Stutterheim 2016-06-06

Rainy days

It’s been a rainy day in Stockholm; Fall is king and the winter storms are not far away… A walk in Old Town confirm we stockholmers love our rain gear: how many a sweet kid dressed up in Stutterheim Mini did I see today..?!
The Stockholm Mini Black is the brands kid version of their classic ”Stockholm coat”. The raincoat is handmade in rubberized cotton, unlined and with double welded seams. The finest craftsmanship is used to create this raincoat, here in a black mini version with black buttons and a detachable hood. And, handmade in Sweden! Take a look!

Stutterheim Mini (2015) – raincoat for the little one’s. Photo copyright Stutterheim.

Contemporary Scandi, Eco Aesthetics, Fab Swedes, Friends, In the Season, Stutterheim 2015-11-07

Mrs Beige?

This Spring there’s lot of sand and camel in the Scandi style. Some brands goes as plain as possible, which is actually a clever shortcut to elegance. Like the classic Marimekko bag in such a dry colour it’s form and details are almost invisible. But imagine it with crispy white! Or immaculate black…Other Scandi brands adds a little touch of yellow to the laid-back and natural…The result is a stylish camel.
And Mrs Beige? Well, that’s the kind of in between colour I prefer as my basic colour this season.

Olkalaukku Urbaani Sand is the 2015 version of the iconic messenger bag from Marimekko, originally designed by Ristomatti Ratia in 1971. Photo copyright Marimekko.

Stockholm Raincoat Sand from Stutterheim 2015. Photo copyright Stutterheim.

Cross Blanket Camel, by Pia Wallén in 100% organic cotton. Limited edition 2015. Photo copyright Pia Wallén.

Contemporary Scandi, Eco Aesthetics, Environmental friendly, Fab Swedes, Friends, Marimekko, Pia Wallén, Stutterheim 2015-04-08

Stutterheim Raincoats

”Melancholy shouldn’t be confused with depression. Melancholy is an active state. When we’re melancholic, we feel uneasy with the way things are, the status que, the conventions of our society. We yearn for a deeper, richer relationship with the world. And in that yearning, we’re forced to explore the potential within ourselves – a potential we might not have explored if we were simply content.”
Swedish company Stutterheim is spot on when it comes to embracing the Scandi melancholy. And their raincoats are a stylish alternative to gore-tex and velcro. Stockholm comes in six colours and sizes XXS – XL.

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Marc Brady wears the Stockholm Raincoat from Stutterheim. Photo by Thomas Lohr.

Contemporary Scandi, Eco Aesthetics, Fab Swedes, Scandimood, Stutterheim 2013-08-27