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    Scandinavian International Fashion Week: When Stockholm Gets Extra Glamorous
    SIFW (Scandinavian International Fashion Week) is a new fashion project aiming to add the glam of couture designers to the glamorous setting of Stockholm. This year it does so by opening up for the public the magnificent Blue Hall at Stockholm City Hall, the one you might…[Read more]

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    Scandinavian International Fashion Week: When Stockholm Gets Extra Glamorous SIFW (Scandinavian International Fashion Week) is a new fashion project aiming to add the glam of couture designers to the glamorous setting of Stockholm. This year it does so by opening up for the public the magnificent Blue Hall at Stockholm City Hall, the one you might have seen during the Nobel Prize ceremony. Several international designers presented: Sonja Andersson, born in Luanda, capital of Angola, and also the founder of SIF (Scandinavian International Fashion Week), Karima Lalla El Alaoui, Alicja Eklöw (Aspera), Ruslan Khvastov, Iracema Matias (Regarde Moi Couture), Carlos Medeiros and Elsa Gonçalves (Oficina do Burel), Noor Thandi Modise (Oscar & Rose) and Zulema Murillo (Zumi Marbella). Sitting front row beside me were several photographers and fashion bloggers. Around us was a fashionable public and the representatives of many embassies. The fashion show started with a scene dress by Sonja Andersson. The flouncy see-through snow-white dress, made in recycled bubble wrap, was enriched with fire-red details; snow/fire being a combination which the designer thinks expresses her double nature, as an Angolan-born woman who grew up in Stockholm where her father was an employee at the Angolan embassy in Sweden. Swaying left and right the model welcomed us all to the show. Trains, shining red fabrics, rich ruffles and asymmetric details were the dominating notes in Sonja Andersson´s carefully tailored couture collection. Next up was the South African brand Oscar & Rose. The fashion designer was inspired by the different traditional costumes worn by the women of the South African tribes. Their images were rendered in a stylized way in her very distinctive prints which decorates both flouncy long dresses and A line short dresses and tops. Her outfits would delight women with a taste for contemporary art searching for something different. Zumi Marbella´s collection is meant for an elegant and very feminine woman. Her distinctive marks are wraps, two-color combinations and high-quality fabrics. Her most noticeable piece, in my opinion, was a very revealing loose fit two layers beige and pink dress with deep plunging neck and high slit. The first part of the show was closed by Ruslan Khvastov´s male collection The Ukrainian fashion designer has a modern and very cool style and uses carefully chosen fabrics. His distinctive dark t-shirt with crosses in burn out fabric, his striped tight trousers, skull backpacks and t-shirts with skull motifs, black t-shirts with shiny details, cuts and hoods are just made to make one cool. After a brief pause with live singing, it was Karima El Alaoui´s turn. With her we got models styled as queens on the runaway and we plunged in the Moroccan traditional fashion. And they did look like royalty in their traditional Moroccan ceremonial Takchita dresses in both soft, dark and lively colors, with rich embroidery and pearls decorations. A most amazing piece was a richly embroidered light pink gown with light blue underskirt. Next was Oficina do Burel which focused on outerwear and dresses made of Burel, a traditional, sustainably produced, Portuguese wool fabric available both in a thicker and in a finer version. What once was a fabric used by the shepherds is now a trendy fabric for elegant and warm women´s wear. The distinctive mark of the brand is an intricate decoration made through cuts that show the contrasting underlayer. The colors used by the Portuguese designers range from electric blue, yellow, fuchsia and red to grey and beige. Their tight fitted or flared short dresses were matched with enchanting capes and coat capes. My favorite piece was a yellow embellished cape closed by a grey ribbon belt. The Swedish designer Alicja Eklöw (Aspera) presented a collection that reminds of the ice-skating world and puts one directly in a party mood. She used tulle and embellished sparkling fabrics to create dresses in different shapes that can suit different body types: from a wide tulle ballgown with a strapless bodice to a remarkable yellow mermaid dress embellished with sequins. The Angolan fashion designer Iracema Matias showcased an extremely chic collection mixing a light blue fabric with tiny stripes with a dotted kind of impressionistic fabric in a variety of models matched with pretty hats. The dresses were very carefully tailored and perfect for an elegant woman. A noticeable piece was a longuette dress with a central panel ending in an asymmetric lapel. Ruslan Khvastov´s female collection consisted of an outstanding series of sheer and elegant dream-dresses embellished with sequins or fine embroidery, often with leaves as a motif. The dresses were matched with scarves, veils or capes creating a strong scenic effect. The color palette ranges from gold, silver red and burgundy to light blue and white. The fashion show was closed by the Ukrainian fashion designer meeting up a beautiful model dressed with a white bridal dress covered by a veil with delicate embroidered leaves. Here at Scandinavian International Fashionweek we admired a dazzling fashion show, a celebration of multicultural diversity and excellence which did not forget to keep an eye out to sustainability. Down the renowned stairs came a powerful message of elegance and beauty, revealing and full of wisdom: because truth is beauty and beauty is … a designer dress — that is all. written by Sara Gilardi photography by Federica Poiana Click HERE to view the full Scandinavian International Fashion Week July 2019 collection.#article #federicapoiana #saragilardi #sifwarticle #zumimarbella #sonjaandersson #regardemoi #oscarrose #ruslankhvastov #darelbarchmane #oficinadoburel #asperahauturely_a_outfit18-1-of-1hauturely_kv_outfit5-1-of-1hauturely_kv_woman_outfit3-1-of-1hauturely_rm_outfit5-1-of-1
    Scandinavian International Fashion Week: When Stockholm Gets Extra Glamorous SIFW (Scandinavian Inte
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    Scandinavian International Fashion Week: When Stockholm Gets Extra Glamorous SIFW (Scandinavian International Fashion Week) is a new fashion project aiming to add the glam of couture designers to the glamorous setting of Stockholm. This year it does so by opening up for the public the magnificent Blue Hall at Stockholm City Hall, the one you might have seen during the Nobel Prize ceremony. Several international designers presented: Sonja Andersson, born in Luanda, capital of Angola, and also the founder of SIF (Scandinavian International Fashion Week), Karima Lalla El Alaoui, Alicja Eklöw (Aspera), Ruslan Khvastov, Iracema Matias (Regarde Moi Couture), Carlos Medeiros and Elsa Gonçalves (Oficina do Burel), Noor Thandi Modise (Oscar & Rose) and Zulema Murillo (Zumi Marbella). Sitting front row beside me were several photographers and fashion bloggers. Around us was a fashionable public and the representatives of many embassies. The fashion show started with a scene dress by Sonja Andersson. The flouncy see-through snow-white dress, made in recycled bubble wrap, was enriched with fire-red details; snow/fire being a combination which the designer thinks expresses her double nature, as an Angolan-born woman who grew up in Stockholm where her father was an employee at the Angolan embassy in Sweden. Swaying left and right the model welcomed us all to the show. Trains, shining red fabrics, rich ruffles and asymmetric details were the dominating notes in Sonja Andersson´s carefully tailored couture collection. Next up was the South African brand Oscar & Rose. The fashion designer was inspired by the different traditional costumes worn by the women of the South African tribes. Their images were rendered in a stylized way in her very distinctive prints which decorates both flouncy long dresses and A line short dresses and tops. Her outfits would delight women with a taste for contemporary art searching for something different. Zumi Marbella´s collection is meant for an elegant and very feminine woman. Her distinctive marks are wraps, two-color combinations and high-quality fabrics. Her most noticeable piece, in my opinion, was a very revealing loose fit two layers beige and pink dress with deep plunging neck and high slit. The first part of the show was closed by Ruslan Khvastov´s male collection The Ukrainian fashion designer has a modern and very cool style and uses carefully chosen fabrics. His distinctive dark t-shirt with crosses in burn out fabric, his striped tight trousers, skull backpacks and t-shirts with skull motifs, black t-shirts with shiny details, cuts and hoods are just made to make one cool. After a brief pause with live singing, it was Karima El Alaoui´s turn. With her we got models styled as queens on the runaway and we plunged in the Moroccan traditional fashion. And they did look like royalty in their traditional Moroccan ceremonial Takchita dresses in both soft, dark and lively colors, with rich embroidery and pearls decorations. A most amazing piece was a richly embroidered light pink gown with light blue underskirt. Next was Oficina do Burel which focused on outerwear and dresses made of Burel, a traditional, sustainably produced, Portuguese wool fabric available both in a thicker and in a finer version. What once was a fabric used by the shepherds is now a trendy fabric for elegant and warm women´s wear. The distinctive mark of the brand is an intricate decoration made through cuts that show the contrasting underlayer. The colors used by the Portuguese designers range from electric blue, yellow, fuchsia and red to grey and beige. Their tight fitted or flared short dresses were matched with enchanting capes and coat capes. My favorite piece was a yellow embellished cape closed by a grey ribbon belt. The Swedish designer Alicja Eklöw (Aspera) presented a collection that reminds of the ice-skating world and puts one directly in a party mood. She used tulle and embellished sparkling fabrics to create dresses in different shapes that can suit different body types: from a wide tulle ballgown with a strapless bodice to a remarkable yellow mermaid dress embellished with sequins. The Angolan fashion designer Iracema Matias showcased an extremely chic collection mixing a light blue fabric with tiny stripes with a dotted kind of impressionistic fabric in a variety of models matched with pretty hats. The dresses were very carefully tailored and perfect for an elegant woman. A noticeable piece was a longuette dress with a central panel ending in an asymmetric lapel. Ruslan Khvastov´s female collection consisted of an outstanding series of sheer and elegant dream-dresses embellished with sequins or fine embroidery, often with leaves as a motif. The dresses were matched with scarves, veils or capes creating a strong scenic effect. The color palette ranges from gold, silver red and burgundy to light blue and white. The fashion show was closed by the Ukrainian fashion designer meeting up a beautiful model dressed with a white bridal dress covered by a veil with delicate embroidered leaves. Here at Scandinavian International Fashionweek we admired a dazzling fashion show, a celebration of multicultural diversity and excellence which did not forget to keep an eye out to sustainability. Down the renowned stairs came a powerful message of elegance and beauty, revealing and full of wisdom: because truth is beauty and beauty is … a designer dress — that is all. written by Sara Gilardi photography by Federica Poiana Click HERE to view the full Scandinavian International Fashion Week July 2019 collection.#article #federicapoiana #saragilardi #sifwarticle #zumimarbella #sonjaandersson #regardemoi #oscarrose #ruslankhvastov #darelbarchmane #oficinadoburel #asperahauturely_a_outfit18-1-of-1hauturely_kv_outfit5-1-of-1hauturely_kv_woman_outfit3-1-of-1hauturely_rm_outfit5-1-of-1
    Scandinavian International Fashion Week: When Stockholm Gets Extra Glamorous SIFW (Scandinavian Inte
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    Scandinavian International Fashion Week: When Stockholm Gets Extra Glamorous SIFW (Scandinavian International Fashion Week) is a new fashion project aiming to add the glam of couture designers to the glamorous setting of Stockholm. This year it does so by opening up for the public the magnificent Blue Hall at Stockholm City Hall, the one you might have seen during the Nobel Prize ceremony. Several international designers presented: Sonja Andersson, born in Luanda, capital of Angola, and also the founder of SIF (Scandinavian International Fashion Week), Karima Lalla El Alaoui, Alicja Eklöw (Aspera), Ruslan Khvastov, Iracema Matias (Regarde Moi Couture), Carlos Medeiros and Elsa Gonçalves (Oficina do Burel), Noor Thandi Modise (Oscar & Rose) and Zulema Murillo (Zumi Marbella). Sitting front row beside me were several photographers and fashion bloggers. Around us was a fashionable public and the representatives of many embassies. The fashion show started with a scene dress by Sonja Andersson. The flouncy see-through snow-white dress, made in recycled bubble wrap, was enriched with fire-red details; snow/fire being a combination which the designer thinks expresses her double nature, as an Angolan-born woman who grew up in Stockholm where her father was an employee at the Angolan embassy in Sweden. Swaying left and right the model welcomed us all to the show. Trains, shining red fabrics, rich ruffles and asymmetric details were the dominating notes in Sonja Andersson´s carefully tailored couture collection. Next up was the South African brand Oscar & Rose. The fashion designer was inspired by the different traditional costumes worn by the women of the South African tribes. Their images were rendered in a stylized way in her very distinctive prints which decorates both flouncy long dresses and A line short dresses and tops. Her outfits would delight women with a taste for contemporary art searching for something different. Zumi Marbella´s collection is meant for an elegant and very feminine woman. Her distinctive marks are wraps, two-color combinations and high-quality fabrics. Her most noticeable piece, in my opinion, was a very revealing loose fit two layers beige and pink dress with deep plunging neck and high slit. The first part of the show was closed by Ruslan Khvastov´s male collection The Ukrainian fashion designer has a modern and very cool style and uses carefully chosen fabrics. His distinctive dark t-shirt with crosses in burn out fabric, his striped tight trousers, skull backpacks and t-shirts with skull motifs, black t-shirts with shiny details, cuts and hoods are just made to make one cool. After a brief pause with live singing, it was Karima El Alaoui´s turn. With her we got models styled as queens on the runaway and we plunged in the Moroccan traditional fashion. And they did look like royalty in their traditional Moroccan ceremonial Takchita dresses in both soft, dark and lively colors, with rich embroidery and pearls decorations. A most amazing piece was a richly embroidered light pink gown with light blue underskirt. Next was Oficina do Burel which focused on outerwear and dresses made of Burel, a traditional, sustainably produced, Portuguese wool fabric available both in a thicker and in a finer version. What once was a fabric used by the shepherds is now a trendy fabric for elegant and warm women´s wear. The distinctive mark of the brand is an intricate decoration made through cuts that show the contrasting underlayer. The colors used by the Portuguese designers range from electric blue, yellow, fuchsia and red to grey and beige. Their tight fitted or flared short dresses were matched with enchanting capes and coat capes. My favorite piece was a yellow embellished cape closed by a grey ribbon belt. The Swedish designer Alicja Eklöw (Aspera) presented a collection that reminds of the ice-skating world and puts one directly in a party mood. She used tulle and embellished sparkling fabrics to create dresses in different shapes that can suit different body types: from a wide tulle ballgown with a strapless bodice to a remarkable yellow mermaid dress embellished with sequins. The Angolan fashion designer Iracema Matias showcased an extremely chic collection mixing a light blue fabric with tiny stripes with a dotted kind of impressionistic fabric in a variety of models matched with pretty hats. The dresses were very carefully tailored and perfect for an elegant woman. A noticeable piece was a longuette dress with a central panel ending in an asymmetric lapel. Ruslan Khvastov´s female collection consisted of an outstanding series of sheer and elegant dream-dresses embellished with sequins or fine embroidery, often with leaves as a motif. The dresses were matched with scarves, veils or capes creating a strong scenic effect. The color palette ranges from gold, silver red and burgundy to light blue and white. The fashion show was closed by the Ukrainian fashion designer meeting up a beautiful model dressed with a white bridal dress covered by a veil with delicate embroidered leaves. Here at Scandinavian International Fashionweek we admired a dazzling fashion show, a celebration of multicultural diversity and excellence which did not forget to keep an eye out to sustainability. Down the renowned stairs came a powerful message of elegance and beauty, revealing and full of wisdom: because truth is beauty and beauty is … a designer dress — that is all. written by Sara Gilardi photography by Federica Poiana Click HERE to view the full Scandinavian International Fashion Week July 2019 collection.#article #federicapoiana #saragilardi #sifwarticle #zumimarbella #sonjaandersson #regardemoi #oscarrose #ruslankhvastov #darelbarchmane #oficinadoburel #asperahauturely_a_outfit18-1-of-1hauturely_kv_outfit5-1-of-1hauturely_kv_woman_outfit3-1-of-1hauturely_rm_outfit5-1-of-1
    Scandinavian International Fashion Week: When Stockholm Gets Extra Glamorous SIFW (Scandinavian Inte
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    Scandinavian International Fashion Week: When Stockholm Gets Extra Glamorous SIFW (Scandinavian International Fashion Week) is a new fashion project aiming to add the glam of couture designers to the glamorous setting of Stockholm. This year it does so by opening up for the public the magnificent Blue Hall at Stockholm City Hall, the one you might have seen during the Nobel Prize ceremony. Several international designers presented: Sonja Andersson, born in Luanda, capital of Angola, and also the founder of SIF (Scandinavian International Fashion Week), Karima Lalla El Alaoui, Alicja Eklöw (Aspera), Ruslan Khvastov, Iracema Matias (Regarde Moi Couture), Carlos Medeiros and Elsa Gonçalves (Oficina do Burel), Noor Thandi Modise (Oscar & Rose) and Zulema Murillo (Zumi Marbella). Sitting front row beside me were several photographers and fashion bloggers. Around us was a fashionable public and the representatives of many embassies. The fashion show started with a scene dress by Sonja Andersson. The flouncy see-through snow-white dress, made in recycled bubble wrap, was enriched with fire-red details; snow/fire being a combination which the designer thinks expresses her double nature, as an Angolan-born woman who grew up in Stockholm where her father was an employee at the Angolan embassy in Sweden. Swaying left and right the model welcomed us all to the show. Trains, shining red fabrics, rich ruffles and asymmetric details were the dominating notes in Sonja Andersson´s carefully tailored couture collection. Next up was the South African brand Oscar & Rose. The fashion designer was inspired by the different traditional costumes worn by the women of the South African tribes. Their images were rendered in a stylized way in her very distinctive prints which decorates both flouncy long dresses and A line short dresses and tops. Her outfits would delight women with a taste for contemporary art searching for something different. Zumi Marbella´s collection is meant for an elegant and very feminine woman. Her distinctive marks are wraps, two-color combinations and high-quality fabrics. Her most noticeable piece, in my opinion, was a very revealing loose fit two layers beige and pink dress with deep plunging neck and high slit. The first part of the show was closed by Ruslan Khvastov´s male collection The Ukrainian fashion designer has a modern and very cool style and uses carefully chosen fabrics. His distinctive dark t-shirt with crosses in burn out fabric, his striped tight trousers, skull backpacks and t-shirts with skull motifs, black t-shirts with shiny details, cuts and hoods are just made to make one cool. After a brief pause with live singing, it was Karima El Alaoui´s turn. With her we got models styled as queens on the runaway and we plunged in the Moroccan traditional fashion. And they did look like royalty in their traditional Moroccan ceremonial Takchita dresses in both soft, dark and lively colors, with rich embroidery and pearls decorations. A most amazing piece was a richly embroidered light pink gown with light blue underskirt. Next was Oficina do Burel which focused on outerwear and dresses made of Burel, a traditional, sustainably produced, Portuguese wool fabric available both in a thicker and in a finer version. What once was a fabric used by the shepherds is now a trendy fabric for elegant and warm women´s wear. The distinctive mark of the brand is an intricate decoration made through cuts that show the contrasting underlayer. The colors used by the Portuguese designers range from electric blue, yellow, fuchsia and red to grey and beige. Their tight fitted or flared short dresses were matched with enchanting capes and coat capes. My favorite piece was a yellow embellished cape closed by a grey ribbon belt. The Swedish designer Alicja Eklöw (Aspera) presented a collection that reminds of the ice-skating world and puts one directly in a party mood. She used tulle and embellished sparkling fabrics to create dresses in different shapes that can suit different body types: from a wide tulle ballgown with a strapless bodice to a remarkable yellow mermaid dress embellished with sequins. The Angolan fashion designer Iracema Matias showcased an extremely chic collection mixing a light blue fabric with tiny stripes with a dotted kind of impressionistic fabric in a variety of models matched with pretty hats. The dresses were very carefully tailored and perfect for an elegant woman. A noticeable piece was a longuette dress with a central panel ending in an asymmetric lapel. Ruslan Khvastov´s female collection consisted of an outstanding series of sheer and elegant dream-dresses embellished with sequins or fine embroidery, often with leaves as a motif. The dresses were matched with scarves, veils or capes creating a strong scenic effect. The color palette ranges from gold, silver red and burgundy to light blue and white. The fashion show was closed by the Ukrainian fashion designer meeting up a beautiful model dressed with a white bridal dress covered by a veil with delicate embroidered leaves. Here at Scandinavian International Fashionweek we admired a dazzling fashion show, a celebration of multicultural diversity and excellence which did not forget to keep an eye out to sustainability. Down the renowned stairs came a powerful message of elegance and beauty, revealing and full of wisdom: because truth is beauty and beauty is … a designer dress — that is all. written by Sara Gilardi photography by Federica Poiana Click HERE to view the full Scandinavian International Fashion Week July 2019 collection.#article #federicapoiana #saragilardi #sifwarticle #zumimarbella #sonjaandersson #regardemoi #oscarrose #ruslankhvastov #darelbarchmane #oficinadoburel #asperahauturely_a_outfit18-1-of-1hauturely_kv_outfit5-1-of-1hauturely_kv_woman_outfit3-1-of-1hauturely_rm_outfit5-1-of-1
    Scandinavian International Fashion Week: When Stockholm Gets Extra Glamorous SIFW (Scandinavian Inte
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    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala
    The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an elegant restaurant at the very heart of Stockholm, not far from the glittering waters of the Baltic Sea and the major shopping centres.

    The fashionable crews from Stockholm were mixing with the international bloggers, the models, the guests from…[Read more]

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    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an elegant restaurant at the very heart of Stockholm, not far from the glittering waters of the Baltic Sea and the major shopping centres. The fashionable crews from Stockholm were mixing with the international bloggers, the models, the guests from the Ukrainian and Moroccan embassies and the international designers who amazed us yesterday at the catwalks with their fantastic outfits: Sonja Andersson, fashion designer and Scandinavian International Fashion Week´s CEO, the Moroccan fashion designer Karima Lalla El Alaoui, the Swedish fashion designer Alicja Eklöw, founder of Aspera Collection, the Ukrainian fashion designer Ruslan Khvastov, the Angolan fashion designer Iracema Matias founder of Regarde Moi Couture, the Portuguese fashion designers Carlos Medeiros and Elsa Gonçalves founders of Oficina do Burel, Noor Thandi Modise, the designer behind the South African brand Oscar & Rose and the Colombian fashion designer Zulema Murillo, creator of Zumi Marbella. The hosts were marketing expert Stefan Engeseth, and stand-up comedian, Sofia Nordgren, amazing in her embellished mermaid dress and charming fancy eyelashes extensions. Sonja Anderson was wearing one of her haute-couture creations, a strapless ball dress with a floral motif and fashion designer Karima El Alaoui was shining in a pink Moroccan Takchita. Iracema Matias just looked like a model in her very chic structured dress in mixed fabrics and Elsa Gonçalves was very pretty in her blue dress, matching eyes and matching earrings plus a warm cape in Burel. As for the guys, as President Barrack Obama once put it … nobody really cares about how they are dressed … just kidding, of course Ruslan Khvastov was extremely elegant in his suit and has for once gotten rid of his, I dare say, distinctive newsboy hat and Carlos Medeiros was as fashionable as usual in his well-tailored dark suit. And obviously all the guests were looking very fancy in their gala outfits. People mingled and drank champagne. Toast Skagen, a classic Swedish shrimp-based starter, was served while the music created a charming atmosphere. And then it was time for the awards! The award for best designer 2019 went to Karima El Alaoui and Ruslan Khvastov ex-aequo. The award for emerging talent 2019 went to Iracema Matias. The celebration by the fashion designers and their distinguished friends was full of enthusiasm. But it was not only about the fashion designers and the dresses. It was also about the fabulous models that we saw yesterday on the catwalks at Stockholm City Hall and the make-artists who made them even more fabulous. The award for best make-up artist 2019 went to Samavi Khan. The award for best male model 2019 went to Janek Dubov and Djibril Varore ex-aequo while the award for best female model 2019 went to Isabell Tinred and Fatima El Alaoui ex-aequo. The music kept on playing and the crystal pieces by Orreförs glittered under the late Swedish evening light. What to say: life is glamorous and beautiful when flouncing around in a gala dress and a glass of champagne in your hand. written by Sara Gilardi photography by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Scandinavian International Fashion Week July 2019 collection. #article #saragilardi #sifw #sifwarticle #zumimarbella #sonjaandersson #regardemoi #oscarrose #ruslankhvastov #darelbarchmane #oficinadoburel #asper IMG-20190719-WA0000IMG-20190719-WA0005IMG-20190719-WA0009IMG-20190719-WA0007
    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an
    hauturely posted an update
    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an elegant restaurant at the very heart of Stockholm, not far from the glittering waters of the Baltic Sea and the major shopping centres. The fashionable crews from Stockholm were mixing with the international bloggers, the models, the guests from the Ukrainian and Moroccan embassies and the international designers who amazed us yesterday at the catwalks with their fantastic outfits: Sonja Andersson, fashion designer and Scandinavian International Fashion Week´s CEO, the Moroccan fashion designer Karima Lalla El Alaoui, the Swedish fashion designer Alicja Eklöw, founder of Aspera Collection, the Ukrainian fashion designer Ruslan Khvastov, the Angolan fashion designer Iracema Matias founder of Regarde Moi Couture, the Portuguese fashion designers Carlos Medeiros and Elsa Gonçalves founders of Oficina do Burel, Noor Thandi Modise, the designer behind the South African brand Oscar & Rose and the Colombian fashion designer Zulema Murillo, creator of Zumi Marbella. The hosts were marketing expert Stefan Engeseth, and stand-up comedian, Sofia Nordgren, amazing in her embellished mermaid dress and charming fancy eyelashes extensions. Sonja Anderson was wearing one of her haute-couture creations, a strapless ball dress with a floral motif and fashion designer Karima El Alaoui was shining in a pink Moroccan Takchita. Iracema Matias just looked like a model in her very chic structured dress in mixed fabrics and Elsa Gonçalves was very pretty in her blue dress, matching eyes and matching earrings plus a warm cape in Burel. As for the guys, as President Barrack Obama once put it … nobody really cares about how they are dressed … just kidding, of course Ruslan Khvastov was extremely elegant in his suit and has for once gotten rid of his, I dare say, distinctive newsboy hat and Carlos Medeiros was as fashionable as usual in his well-tailored dark suit. And obviously all the guests were looking very fancy in their gala outfits. People mingled and drank champagne. Toast Skagen, a classic Swedish shrimp-based starter, was served while the music created a charming atmosphere. And then it was time for the awards! The award for best designer 2019 went to Karima El Alaoui and Ruslan Khvastov ex-aequo. The award for emerging talent 2019 went to Iracema Matias. The celebration by the fashion designers and their distinguished friends was full of enthusiasm. But it was not only about the fashion designers and the dresses. It was also about the fabulous models that we saw yesterday on the catwalks at Stockholm City Hall and the make-artists who made them even more fabulous. The award for best make-up artist 2019 went to Samavi Khan. The award for best male model 2019 went to Janek Dubov and Djibril Varore ex-aequo while the award for best female model 2019 went to Isabell Tinred and Fatima El Alaoui ex-aequo. The music kept on playing and the crystal pieces by Orreförs glittered under the late Swedish evening light. What to say: life is glamorous and beautiful when flouncing around in a gala dress and a glass of champagne in your hand. written by Sara Gilardi photography by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Scandinavian International Fashion Week July 2019 collection. #article #saragilardi #sifw #sifwarticle #zumimarbella #sonjaandersson #regardemoi #oscarrose #ruslankhvastov #darelbarchmane #oficinadoburel #asper IMG-20190719-WA0000IMG-20190719-WA0005IMG-20190719-WA0009IMG-20190719-WA0007
    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an
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    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an elegant restaurant at the very heart of Stockholm, not far from the glittering waters of the Baltic Sea and the major shopping centres. The fashionable crews from Stockholm were mixing with the international bloggers, the models, the guests from the Ukrainian and Moroccan embassies and the international designers who amazed us yesterday at the catwalks with their fantastic outfits: Sonja Andersson, fashion designer and Scandinavian International Fashion Week´s CEO, the Moroccan fashion designer Karima Lalla El Alaoui, the Swedish fashion designer Alicja Eklöw, founder of Aspera Collection, the Ukrainian fashion designer Ruslan Khvastov, the Angolan fashion designer Iracema Matias founder of Regarde Moi Couture, the Portuguese fashion designers Carlos Medeiros and Elsa Gonçalves founders of Oficina do Burel, Noor Thandi Modise, the designer behind the South African brand Oscar & Rose and the Colombian fashion designer Zulema Murillo, creator of Zumi Marbella. The hosts were marketing expert Stefan Engeseth, and stand-up comedian, Sofia Nordgren, amazing in her embellished mermaid dress and charming fancy eyelashes extensions. Sonja Anderson was wearing one of her haute-couture creations, a strapless ball dress with a floral motif and fashion designer Karima El Alaoui was shining in a pink Moroccan Takchita. Iracema Matias just looked like a model in her very chic structured dress in mixed fabrics and Elsa Gonçalves was very pretty in her blue dress, matching eyes and matching earrings plus a warm cape in Burel. As for the guys, as President Barrack Obama once put it … nobody really cares about how they are dressed … just kidding, of course Ruslan Khvastov was extremely elegant in his suit and has for once gotten rid of his, I dare say, distinctive newsboy hat and Carlos Medeiros was as fashionable as usual in his well-tailored dark suit. And obviously all the guests were looking very fancy in their gala outfits. People mingled and drank champagne. Toast Skagen, a classic Swedish shrimp-based starter, was served while the music created a charming atmosphere. And then it was time for the awards! The award for best designer 2019 went to Karima El Alaoui and Ruslan Khvastov ex-aequo. The award for emerging talent 2019 went to Iracema Matias. The celebration by the fashion designers and their distinguished friends was full of enthusiasm. But it was not only about the fashion designers and the dresses. It was also about the fabulous models that we saw yesterday on the catwalks at Stockholm City Hall and the make-artists who made them even more fabulous. The award for best make-up artist 2019 went to Samavi Khan. The award for best male model 2019 went to Janek Dubov and Djibril Varore ex-aequo while the award for best female model 2019 went to Isabell Tinred and Fatima El Alaoui ex-aequo. The music kept on playing and the crystal pieces by Orreförs glittered under the late Swedish evening light. What to say: life is glamorous and beautiful when flouncing around in a gala dress and a glass of champagne in your hand. written by Sara Gilardi photography by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Scandinavian International Fashion Week July 2019 collection. #article #saragilardi #sifw #sifwarticle #zumimarbella #sonjaandersson #regardemoi #oscarrose #ruslankhvastov #darelbarchmane #oficinadoburel #asper IMG-20190719-WA0000IMG-20190719-WA0005IMG-20190719-WA0009IMG-20190719-WA0007
    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an
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    Scandinavian International Fashion Week Gala The Fashion Gala was about to start at Vau De Ville, an elegant restaurant at the very heart of Stockholm, not far from the glittering waters of the Baltic Sea and the major shopping centres. The fashionable crews from Stockholm were mixing with the international bloggers, the models, the guests from the Ukrainian and Moroccan embassies and the international designers who amazed us yesterday at the catwalks with their fantastic outfits: Sonja Andersson, fashion designer and Scandinavian International Fashion Week´s CEO, the Moroccan fashion designer Karima Lalla El Alaoui, the Swedish fashion designer Alicja Eklöw, founder of Aspera Collection, the Ukrainian fashion designer Ruslan Khvastov, the Angolan fashion designer Iracema Matias founder of Regarde Moi Couture, the Portuguese fashion designers Carlos Medeiros and Elsa Gonçalves founders of Oficina do Burel, Noor Thandi Modise, the designer behind the South African brand Oscar & Rose and the Colombian fashion designer Zulema Murillo, creator of Zumi Marbella. The hosts were marketing expert Stefan Engeseth, and stand-up comedian, Sofia Nordgren, amazing in her embellished mermaid dress and charming fancy eyelashes extensions. Sonja Anderson was wearing one of her haute-couture creations, a strapless ball dress with a floral motif and fashion designer Karima El Alaoui was shining in a pink Moroccan Takchita. Iracema Matias just looked like a model in her very chic structured dress in mixed fabrics and Elsa Gonçalves was very pretty in her blue dress, matching eyes and matching earrings plus a warm cape in Burel. As for the guys, as President Barrack Obama once put it … nobody really cares about how they are dressed … just kidding, of course Ruslan Khvastov was extremely elegant in his suit and has for once gotten rid of his, I dare say, distinctive newsboy hat and Carlos Medeiros was as fashionable as usual in his well-tailored dark suit. And obviously all the guests were looking very fancy in their gala outfits. People mingled and drank champagne. Toast Skagen, a classic Swedish shrimp-based starter, was served while the music created a charming atmosphere. And then it was time for the awards! The award for best designer 2019 went to Karima El Alaoui and Ruslan Khvastov ex-aequo. The award for emerging talent 2019 went to Iracema Matias. The celebration by the fashion designers and their distinguished friends was full of enthusiasm. But it was not only about the fashion designers and the dresses. It was also about the fabulous models that we saw yesterday on the catwalks at Stockholm City Hall and the make-artists who made them even more fabulous. The award for best make-up artist 2019 went to Samavi Khan. The award for best male model 2019 went to Janek Dubov and Djibril Varore ex-aequo while the award for best female model 2019 went to Isabell Tinred and Fatima El Alaoui ex-aequo. The music kept on playing and the crystal pieces by Orreförs glittered under the late Swedish evening light. What to say: life is glamorous and beautiful when flouncing around in a gala dress and a glass of champagne in your hand. written by Sara Gilardi photography by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Scandinavian International Fashion Week July 2019 collection. #article #saragilardi #sifw #sifwarticle #zumimarbella #sonjaandersson #regardemoi #oscarrose #ruslankhvastov #darelbarchmane #oficinadoburel #asper IMG-20190719-WA0000IMG-20190719-WA0005IMG-20190719-WA0009IMG-20190719-WA0007
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    Oficina do Burel by Único no Momento at Scandinavian International Fashion Week July 2019
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    Oficina do Burel by Único no Momento at Scandinavian International Fashion Week July 2019
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