Spending copious hours playing with high-tech, internet paper dolls might seem like a waste of one’s time, unless you happen to stumble upon a cool new designer while doing so, of course (And especially when that designer motivates you to finally learn how to type an umlaut on a mac)…
Apparently, Ulrika Sandstrom has had her own line since 2004, but this is the first I have heard of her. This jacket is from her Autumn/Winter 2008 collection.
Her current collection is supposed to be inspired by The Science of Sleep. Something about dreamy, childlike shapes…I was sort of expecting some dresses made out of cardboard and yarn and tinfoil, and although that could be an interesting design concept, I’m glad her inspiration is referenced subtly.
I love the simple geometric shapes and clean lines of this collection. It is structured yet feminine and infinitely wearable.
Some other looks from Ulrika Sandtröm’s past and current collections that I wish lived in my closet: