Stockholm Costume & Fashion Institute (SCFI) occupies the Erskine house in the Swedish meatpacking district (Hallvägen 21, Johanneshov). Unlike New York’s trendy meatpacking district, the Swedish one has stayed true to its roots and continues to function as just that, with the exception of SCFI’s temporary entrance onto the scene.
Box 9: Vikinga-romantik. Handbag Thierry no. 1 by Aia Jüdes, 2013.
Their current exhibition Kostym kontra mode, Svenska pärlor från scen till catwalk (January 21 – April 30, 2017), which translates roughly to costume in contrast to fashion, Swedish gems from the stage to the catwalk, covers Swedish 20th century costume from theater and film posed against contemporary Swedish fashion. Here’s a peek inside…
Beckmans Box, The Francis Rose Hasenkamp Collection by Klara Modigh.
Box 5: Kläder som skulptur (Clothes as sculpture)
Box 7: För stor för Sverige? (Too big for Sweden?)
Views from the window reveal the Globe arena and Tele2 arena in the distance.