The Soft Atmosphere of Stutterheim

The Soft Atmosphere of Stutterheim

The Swedish brand making beautiful

rainwear to embrace creative melancholy

You know those days when the weather is rainy and you’re feeling kind of blue? Swedish brand Stutterheim has taken inspiration on those moments to produce a beautiful collection of raincoats, boots and accessories that will brighten up your day!

Credits:  Stutterheim .

Credits: Stutterheim.

Melancholy, when embraced rather than feared, can be a powerful catalyst for creativity. With this maxim in mind, here begins the story of Stutterheim.
— Stutterheim

Created by Creative Director Alexander Stutterheim back in 2010, the company has now reached several countries, opened a shop in Stockholm and another in New York, and collaborated with high-end brands and artists like Volvo, Marc Jacobs and Jay-Z.

We have stumbled across their pieces while searching for handmade nordic design. Their collections focus on minimalistic, functional items, done with the finest craftsmanship to achieve timeless beautiful design.

Every season Sutterheim explores the concept of protective outerwear through a harmony of materials, colors and finishes, creating true wardrobe heroes for men, women, and even for kids! After all, our little ones also deserve a fashionable item to live and play safely under all weather conditions.

We’ve had the chance to try their high-quality raincoats done with Rubberized Cotton and Lightweight materials, and were completely dazed by their durability and beauty.

With a collection dominated by subdued pastel hues, reflecting nature’s own palette during a late summer sunset, the premium brand surpassed all our expectations. Totally recommended!

To learn more about Stutterheim’s handcrafted production or to shop their amazing designs just visit their website.

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