Words Sille Ugelvig
Once again, Uniforms for the Dedicated offered styles pure and complete in its new collection. The Swedish label’s show models were dressed in classic silhouettes, with black-painted eyes, red roses, and berets with white bows.
Had they just emerged from the streets of Paris? A color palette kept in black, grey, white, navy, green, and a drop of red seemed to say so.
Since the brand was established in 2006, sustainability has been a focus, one visible in today’s show. Designer Rasmus Wingårdh has succeeded in making a timeless, Nordic collection with a touch of extravagance, carried out in organic and bio-based fibers. Keeping it low-key stylish, the models strolled down the catwalk in leather slippers, wearing long wool coats, chinos, blazers, denim jeans, and turtlenecks. A-line jackets, in the middle of everything, stood out as ready-to-wear purchaseables.
Perhaps the brand’s name says it all. For what lover of streetwear would not be dedicated to such uniforms?