Tailoring is something that we see in abundance over LCM but in the case of Tiger of Sweden, it is something that they continue to reinvent. For this season they played a homage to royalty through their Scandinavian roots. The luxurious palace of Kungliga Slottet in Sweden was the muse and the 17th Century the era of choice.
Bold stripes, baroque and floral prints decorated a selection of suits, bomber jackets and wide leg trousers. Looks were cleverly styled showcasing the range of items in the collection. Baroque print tunics were worn with two piece suits, and cropped jackets added a sense of quirk to the new shortened kick flare trouser. Knee length tailored shorts in a selection of prints got a boyish charm with pull up white socks. Continuing with the versatility of the collection, utilitarian zip up vests made an appearance, these were worn with classic tailoring, adding a contemporary feel. White trainers were worn with every look reinforcing that feeling.
Finding the right balance between minimal and maximal is something key for Tiger of Sweden, and something they continue to do extremely well season by season. A collection rich in history and in with the new, Tiger of Sweden continue to prove that culture is important.
Words by Daniela Suarez
Images by Georgia Sillitoe