There´s a new collaboration between Henrik Vibskov and Stutterheim! Swedish premium outerwear company Stutterheim Raincoats collaborates with Danish multi-talented designer Henrik Vibskov, playing with the notion of Scandinavian creativity, resulting in two exclusive patterned unisex raincoats.
The Stutterheim x Henrik Vibskov coats will be available in a limited quantity at stutterheim.com and at Stutterheim’s flagship stores in Stockholm and New York, alongside Henrik Vibskov’s stores in NYC and Copenhagen and at henrikvibskovboutique.com.
To celebrate the collaboration, there will be a event on 22 March 2017 in the Henrik Vibskov Boutique, Copenhagen.
Henrik Vibskov is the multifaceted creative who has defined the eccentric streak of the Danish fashion and design scene over the past 15 years, often working with spectacular cuts and colors. In many ways his designs stand in stark contrast to Stutterheim, known for their iconic simplicity, yet both are true representative of Scandinavian creativity. Through collaborating the two approaches are combined, resulting in two styles with intricate patterns.
The basis of the collaboration is the classic Stutterheim Stockholm silhouette, reimagined by Vibskov through oversized colorful graphics created through an advanced patchwork method of double welding pieces of rubberized fabric. Both coats come with flap pockets, a deep hood and cotton drawstrings, one in green, black and light sand and one in light sand and pink with yellow and black details.
“We champion all creativity, and to be able to work with Henrik, who we admire greatly, has been a true privilege. To combine our two aesthetics forced us to push ourselves in terms of what can be done while both staying true to ourselves.” says Stutterheim’s Marketing Director Johan Loman.
“It has been interesting to work with Stutterheim in combining our brands and views on design. Their specific technique of welding material gave me the possibility to experiment with pattern in a new way, while keeping their iconic silhouette as base.” says Henrik Vibskov.