Det har blivit dags att introducera Radars senaste blogg-tillskott lite närmare. Som ni kanske sett bloggar Anton Cederberg sedan ett …
Rave Review är klädesmärket som vill förändra modescenen. De vill ta till vara på existerande material och visa på möjligheten …
Hiphop är genren som inte passerat någon obemärkt förbi. En musikstil med otaliga subgenres och subtila regler, som över åren …
Amandah Andersson är konstnären, illustratören och designern som sedan sin examen från Beckmans 2013 hunnit med att klä stjärnor som …
Subkulturer definieras kortfattat som mindre grupper av människor vilka upplever samhörighet inom gruppen och åtskillnad gentemot andra människor genom att …
eklund eklund är ett Stockholmsbaserat märke grundat av Johanna Eklund. Märket skapades som en motreaktion till mode- och skönhetsindustrin samt …
OFFICIAL GALLERY is an art and apparel project from Gothenburg created by two guys named Jesper and Teo. Inspired by the …
Ella Boucht is a newly graduated fashion designer from Helsinki, who now lives in Stockholm and works at H&M. She …
Angela Blumen is the creative talent behind Sucre, a print-only paper that features inspiring artists from around the world. Radar spoke …
Ragna Bjarnadottir is an Icelandic fashion designer currently finishing her Master’s at the KADK in Copenhagen. Her collections are explorations …
Nhorm is the brand we have seen all over the Swedish internet since Fashion Week. Nhorm consists of Hanna Rudebeck …
Amaze — the experimental platform for Swedish Fashion invited people to Moderna Museet & Arkdes on the 30th of August to experience a …
In November Elliphant released her second album One More and Radar had a chat with her about her U.S. tour and plans for the future. Tomorrow she is performing at the Sónar festival here in Stockholm along with other amazing musicians. We asked her some quick questions before the festival.
Holger is the name of the Swedish accessory brand founded by Johan Tunebjer in 2013. The brand is currently producing hi-tech handmade bags in modern retro styles with timeless spirits.
One could hear the ‘’-WOW’’ from the first row when the black collection of Deitas came out on the podium. …
Helena Ekström calls herself an artistic stylist and visual storyteller. With her background in copywriting, she went a long way …
Isabell Yalda Hellysaz is the confident but very humble Swedish/Persian Fashion Designer that the entire fashion-Sweden talks about. In 2006 …
Last year these two young fashion designers got the prestigious Designer of the Year at Elle Awards, and they certainly keeps them measure also this SS15 season.
Ida Klamborn shows that fashion is much more than clothes; it's an expression, a statement and was worth finishing this season's Fashion Week Stockholm.
Erik Bjerkesjö creates clothing for men, with lots of focus on carefully handmade footwear. His vision is to elaborate elegant …
The second day of fashion week starts early in the morning at the show of BACK in Ljusgården on NK, …
Filippa K continues to show effortless and timeless design, the SS15 collection contains a mix of exclusive materials with focus on the marked waist.
J.Lindeberg showed their SS15 collection at Berns yesterday and it was a wonderful mix of 60's rock and roll and flowers, playing with color and prints.
First out this season of Fashion Week Stockholm is nonetheless than honoured Hunkydory; the bohemian, military inspired brand born in Paris.
Minna Palmqvist launched her first own label in 2009, she gets inspired by today's ideals and body fixations. We met to chat about her passion and dreams.
Summer traveling mode is on. Visiting fashion capitals around the world , you certainly need a pair of comfy yet stylish shoes. Ones that could take you through long sightseeing days and party nights.
Montreal-based fashion label Norwegian Wood has nailed possibly one of the coolest conceptual, under-the-radar fashion and art collaborations of the year.
With the summer around the corner, photographer Per Möller and Stylist Nadia Kandil experiments with a relaxed leisure style with hints of luxury.
Sui Generisis the name of the self titled collection that Ermir Peci chose for his graduate project in Graphic Design at Berghs School of Communication.
In Alley Dreams, photographer Victoria Stillwell and stylist Mattias Wennmark presents a sparkling spring shoot, featuring young and colourful street style fashion.
In the exhibition Power Games, now on view at The Royal Armoury in Stockholm, historical and fictional characters are united in a story of power, war, and love.
A collaboration between stylist Isabel Elfast and photographer Per Möller, Julia presents a lucid take on the new season.
We caught up with Weekday jeans designer Johan Tegman-Langer to talk about his first pair of jeans, the Weekday spring collection, and the future of denim.
"As queer as a clockwork orange."We met with designer Marlene Abraham of Swedish brand Mayla to learn more about her toughened up aesthetics.
Mainly inspired by the cubistic works of Pablo Picasso, House of Dagmar's AW14 collection aims to introduce a shifted perspective.
Swedish brand Cheap Monday brought a sense of post apocalypse to Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week with their dark, intriguing dance show. This is what caught the eyes of photographer Victoria Stillwell.
Last week, young designer Diana Orving made her highly anticipated return to the Stockholm fashion scene with a show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
With inspiration from the extraordinary Medusae jellyfish, J. Lindeberg presented a dark yet delicate collection for AW14.
We met with Hernández Cornet designerAna Hernández to learn more abouttheir funky AW14 collection.
Exaggerated shapes, bright colours, and dramatic draping, this, this is Stylein's AW14 show through the eyes of photographer Victoria Stillwell.
Backstage, frontow, and behind the scenes, this is what caught the eyes of photographer Victoria Stillwell at the Whyred AW14 show.
"The whole notion of fashion is abstract." We spoke with designer, stylist and ELLE Style Awards nominee Isabel Elfast.
With no aesthetic division between him and her, Berlin-based unisex brand UY embraces minimal shapes and an unchanging intonation of colour.
In De Mon Être, stylist Evelina Nässén and photographer Tony Ottosson presents a new take on Paris chic.
"I don't think you can change the world through fashion, but I do think it’s possible to make a small difference in the lives of others". We caught up with London based menswear designer Trine Lindegaard.
With SOUL SEULE, creative duo Pauline Suzor and Evelina Nässén has created a suggestive and evocative series on the theme of identity and inner struggle.
We met with emerging designer Josefin Strid in her Stockholm studio to talk about dropping out of school, raglan sleeves, and why she’s walking with baby steps.
Through an artistic use of styling, set design, make up, and photography, creative trio Arter shares glimpses into a universe far away from the human sphere. This time they take us to Moorland.
A collaboration between stylist Isabel Elfast and photographer Per Möller, Anisa presents a modern take on power dressing.
"Create the things that you wish existed." We've met with innovative jewellery designer Jennie Rhönnstad.
We caught up with bright young design talent Isabell Yalda Hellysaz to talk about Lady Gaga, inspiration, and mass production.
With their new capsule collection, tellingly entitled MTWTFS S/HE, Swedish fashion house Weekday sets out to question stereotypical gender roles within fashion.
With inspiration from the evolution of swimsuits, young Italian fashion designer Chiara Tiso has created the intriguingly sculptural, yet sporty capsule collection Natatorium.
With inspiration from death and anatomical structure, fashion brand Jena.Theo challenges the traditional ideas of design.
With inspiration from gothic cathedrals, emerging design talent Kim Shui has created a strikingly sculptural collection, entitled Transcend.
Entitled Transcend, emerging design talent Kim Shui's latest collection is an exploration of the shapes and structures of the gothic cathedral.
In a series of short films shot at the recent Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Stockholm, British magazine Dazed & Confused captures the essence of three Swedish designers and their collections. This time it is young designer Erïk Bjerkesjö that is in focus.
With her stunningly beautiful collection Dreamwards, emerging designer Alina Brane has explored a sense of enclosing claustrophobia.
With her exceptional collection Dreamwards, emerging designer Alina Brane has explores a sense of enclosing claustrophobia. Here it has been strikingly captured by photographer Pauline Suzor.
In a series of short films shot at the recent Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Stockholm, British magazine Dazed & Confused captures the essence of three Swedish designers and their collections. This time it is the brand AltewaiSaome that is in focus.
In a series of short films shot during the recent Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Stockholm, British magazine Dazed & Confused captures the essence of three Swedish designers and their collections. First out is Ann-Sofie Back.
Inspired by the creativity of fashion bootleggers, British artist and musician M.I.A. tears up the rulebook with her exceptional capsule collection for Versus Versace.
Never stop dreaming is the messagebehind designer Michelle Urvall-Nyren'slabel Ever Rêve.
Bubble wrap, sticky tape, and the two cubist artists Mainie Jellett and Albert Gleizes, were Danielle Romeril's main inspirations for SS14.
Together with Swedish fashion icon Ingmari Lamy, young designer and Vogue Talents finalists Lina Michal have captured the essence of her Heathen Hearts collection.
Last week saw the fifth edition of the Chic Gala at Berns in Stockholm. Celebrating the chicest and most stylish personalities within the Swedish fashion scene, the gala was filled to the brim with extravagant and elegant attendees. This is what Evelina Nässén from STHLM Style Stories saw through her Polaroid camera.
This is what caught the eyes of Daniella Johansson during London Fashion Week.
With innovative techniques and striking visual effects, young designer Emma Lindqvist presents a whole new take on prints and patterns.
A visual dialogue between body, fabric, and form. That's how photographer Dominik Tarabanski describes his simple, yet playful editorial, exclusively for Radar Magazine.
Swedish jewellery designer Maria Nilsdotter has made herself known for her exquisite craftsmanship and her continuous references to a dark and mysterious fantasy world. We met with Maria during her presentation at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Stockholm, to learn more about her SS14 collection My Town.
This is what caught the eyes of illustrator Rebecka Tollens during the recent Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
Swedish fragrance house Byredo's latest scent 1996 is developed in collaboration with photographer duo Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin.
This is what caught the eyes of Daniella Johannson during the recent Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
We asked Pauline Suzor from STHLM Style Stories to give us her take on fashion week street style, and this is what caught her eyes.
This weekend saw the opening of Örjan Andersson's brand new fashion concept store Från Ö till A in Stockholm. We exchanged a few words with him.
The exhibition Lars Wallin – Fashion Stories gathers more than twenty years of Swedish couture history. See an exclusive video from the exhibition here.
This is what caught the eyes of Max Westin during the recent Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
This is what STHLM Style Stories saw at the J. Lindeberg SS14 show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
We commissioned some of our best bloggers and contributors to interpret Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week for us. This is what STHLM Style Stories saw at BACK.
Cornelia Webb is doubtlessly one of the most intriguing and interesting jewellery designers in Sweden right now. We caught up with her to talk about inspirations and ideal wearers.
With their unique, handmade pieces, Swedish fashion brand Alice Fine combines elegance and dignity with a creative and artistic playfulness. We've met with the brand's key designer Karin Bjurström.
While most brands showing their collections during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week give us a hint about what we will wear next spring, Future Fashion Exhibition wants to explore the fashion of the future.
Swedish designer Erïk Bjerkesjö's talent lies in his ability to combine elegant and innovative design with a postmodern craftsmanship. We caught up with Erïk before his show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Stockholm to learn more about him and his new collection.
INCIPIT is a collective of four young designers with a shared vision of what fashion is, and can be. We've met two of them.
Jenny Grettve might well be one of Sweden's most multifaceted designers. Next week she will occupy Story Hotel in Stockholm.
With her design Ida Klamborn explores and develops simple ideas into something truly intriguing. Next week she will show her degree collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Stockholm.
In an exclusive and stunningly beautiful editorial, stylist Bella Williams and photographer Nima Elm interprets the timeless design of Swedish brand Alice Fine.
Danish menswear brand Soulland has made themselves known for their new take on classic streetwear and the collection for SS14 is no exception.
This year's Rookie Of The Year is the elegant and artistic Mes Dames.
With her collection Sehnsucht, Munich-based designer Alice M. Huynh wants to bring out the beauty of sadness.
The very heart of fashion is change. We've talked to designer and Vogue Talents nominee Lina Michal.
Junkyard.se is of today one of Scandinavia's bigges street shops. They've been selling boards under their own brand Sweet SKTBS for years and are finally adding their own clothing line.
This autumn Belgian designer Raf Simons teams up with Fred Perry for the eighth time. The result is a collection inspired by the sixties mod styles and Americana varsity.
Swedish watch brand TRIWA have made themselves known for their artistic mindset and innovative collaborations. This autumn they have teamed up with the British artist Hattie Stewart.
With inspiration from Frida Kahlo and her grandmother's rose garden, photographer Pauline Suzor has created an enchanting editorial set in black and rose.
With their campaign Festival Ready, Victorinox takes a step further into the future.
This year's edition of 080 Barcelona Fashion Week was an unmissable event. Radar's Daniella Johansson was there.
Eugenie Niarchos' design is journey through space and time, amongst shimmering diamonds and precious metals. A journey to the World of Venyx.
In the project (NO)WHERE (NOW)HERE the fashion designer and professor Ying Gao has created two interactive dresses.