Here's an Exclusive Preview of HOPE's 2017 Fall/Winter Presentation
We get a behind-the-scenes look from Stockholm Fashion Week.
2016 was undoubtedly a year filled with progressive change when it came to pushing the boundaries of gender norms. Joining the ranks of many other esteemed fashion labels, Stockholm-based imprint HOPE launched a unisex capsule collection entitled “CHANGES” last September. Continuing along this vein, the brand has announced that it will be implementing a new sizing system, starting with its 2017 spring/summer program. For this new framework, the garments move beyond the limits of conventions and instead include both women’s and men’s sizes for every item.
Ahead of its 2017 fall/winter presentation at Stockholm Fashion Week, we visited HOPE’s studio where Head of Design Frida Bard walked us through the new collection. From eye-catching statement pieces — such as a metallic silver hoodie and a fluorescent green turtleneck — to closet essentials such as a camel-colored trench coat and impeccably cut trousers, HOPE’s forthcoming program is a flawless fusion of Scandinavian design and modern aesthetics.
Check out our exclusive sneak peek in the gallery above, and head over to HOPE’s website here to learn more.
- Simky Cheung / Hypebae