For the second day of Stockholm Fashion Week, the city's inner eclecticism was on full display. Stockholm's true strength lies in the innovation of Sweden's young and emerging designers, whose talent sometimes is overshadowed by the country's famously clean, chic, and minimalist aesthetic leanings. The graduate student show presented by Beckmans, Stockholm's prestigious design school, set the tone for a day that centered around showmanship as much as it did around saleability, with highlights that included Amanda Andersson's dress that resembled sacs of sea urchin eggs and Emmy Andersson's knit dress that was still partially attached to the closet it came from.  Other strong looks from today's shows include The Local Firm's Modern Dancers, and Johanna Pihl's graphic black and white separates.  Of course, the day wouldn't be complete with some classic looks too, and heritage brand Busnel provided a striking knit cape, modeled by the de facto face of Stockholm fashion, Caroline Winberg.




1. Amanda Andersson's Sea Urchin Egg Dress


2. Emma Andersson's Walking Walk-In Closet Look

3. The Local Firm's Modern Dancers



4. Johanna Pihl's Graphic Contrasts

5. Busnel's Immaculate Ostermalm Lady