Julius and Hanna Didrikson began producing workwear for the fishermen in Grundsund, on the edge of Sweden’s western coast in 1913. So in other words, the brand has made functional clothes that can withstand any weather conditions for more than 100 years! Today, Didriksons is one of Scandinavia’s leading outerwear companies.
With the changing season we turn our attention to Autumn news, browsing through the differnet brands but also more affordable high street stores. With 100% wool, beautiful lace details and soft leather… This is what we are lusting after, from & Other Stories this season!
The Scandinavian fashion label Norse Project launches its third womenswear collection. Typical Scandi style, less is more. But there’s more to Norse than what first meets the eye… Not only is the main line so chic; street wear cool combined with timeless silhouettes in premium quality. But it’s also all the ‘Projects’…
Superb quality to make it long lasting and sustainable is no longer enough… The new Re-Kånken has been launched, made from one single yarn of recycled plastic bottles. Spin dyed to use less water, energy and chemicals. Ready to be used, travelled and loved. And in the distant future recycled again.
It’s been quiet on the blog lately… as we are on holiday in the US. Above is a picture of our explorer Little A, in Times Square. You can follow our adventure on Instagram! The blog will be back up in a few days with lots of fresh content and inspiration. ✨
Another Man’s Tresure is a vintage store in Jersey City selling all things vintage from men’s and woman’s clothing to jewelry, shoes, accessories, books, records, housewares, bric-a-brac and children’s clothing and toys. Expect fine examples of fashion, in particular from the era of the 60s through to 80s.