Filippa K launches its autumn/winter collection on August 7th with a new campaign titled ‘Open Space’. Let’s see what they have in store for the colder days:
The collection is inspired by the combining elements of traditional inspiration with a futuristic vision to create something new for the present. Shot at the Gallery Home, the campaign reveals a new interpretation of luxury that balances the line between timeless and modern.
“Open Space is all about redefining our current times, while referencing elements of fashion that are established as well as innovative. The location, garments and imagery all creat space between the past and future that is open to your present-day interpretation.” – Elin Hagström, Art Director
This year’s autumn/winter collection explores the brand’s signature balance of timeless and modern through structured form and softer fabrics. With the influence of Florentine craftsmanship, flowing jerseys are treated with traditional tailored finishes. Alternative forms of suiting arise in oversized blazers for women and workwear-inspired futuristic space-age metals, glass prisms and offbeat reflective surfaces. This is embodied in gold accessories, plastic button trimmings, and metallic finishes.
Gallery Home, designed by architects Elding Oscarson, is situated in Lidingö, Sweden and is owned by Richard Feigin. The images were taken by photographer Marco van Ritj, with art direction by Elin Hagström and styling by Roberta Hollis.