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Stockholm Fashion Week: Best of the rest

Tailoring formed the basis of Tiger of Sweden’s collection, which offered one of the more colourful shows, with the tonal mixing of pink shades looking freshest.

Ann-Sofie Back’s diffusion line Back had grungy flannel shirt jackets, shearling coats, wide-leg denim and a punchy palette of blue, grey and yellow.

Hunkydory showed glammed-up rock ‘n’ rollers, with super-skinny trousers, masculine shirts and blazers topped off with luxed-up outerwear.

It was the outerwear that stood out at J Lindeberg, with biker jacket updates for women featuring shaggy shearling linings and cuffs, while classic Crombies and quilted jackets were commercial menswear options.

H&M Design Award winner Minju Kim brought a bonkers touch to proceedings. Cartoonish shapes and crazy fabric mixing raised smiles on the front row, but it will be interesting to see what makes it into store as part of Kim’s winning H&M capsule range.

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