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Filippa K SS16

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by Emma Elwin on 25 August, 2015

A camera filed with pictures

Earlier today me and Lisa had the great plesure to see the Filippa K SS16 fashion show at Bonniers konsthall here in Stockholm. I think coming home with a camera filed with pictures is my favorite part of fashion week. Here are some of my favorite looks. This denim jacket really caught my eye, I might be one of my investments for spring.

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I love the layering of the really basic garment.

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A beautiful beige power suit.

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You got to love the wide trosers and a long tunic.

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Filippa K always make a killer jumpsuit which in my book is way cooler than a party dress.

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This is my favorit skirt from the show.

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I love this polo shirt with a zipper.

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The beauty look was naturally beautiful made by the best beauty team, Igna and Henrik.

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