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THURSDAY 27 AUGUST 14:00 A SFW PANEL DISCUSSION IN COLLABORATION WITH THE NK AWARDS 2020, FEATURING DANIEL LINDSTRÖM, FASHION DIRECTOR AT KING AND CAFÉ THURSDAY 27 AUGUST 14:00 A SFW PANEL DISCUSSION IN COLLABORATION WITH THE NK AWARDS 2020, FEATURING DANIEL LINDSTRÖM, FASHION DIRECTOR AT KING AND CAFÉ THURSDAY 27 AUGUST 14:00 A SFW PANEL DISCUSSION IN COLLABORATION WITH THE NK AWARDS 2020, FEATURING DANIEL LINDSTRÖM, FASHION DIRECTOR AT KING AND CAFÉ
MEN’S STYLE MATTERS This panel discussion is for Stockholm Fashion Week in collaboration with the NK Awards, with Daniel Lindström, Fashion Director at King and Café.
Over the last 15 years Swedish men have become increasingly style conscious, and fashion and style have become status among young and more mature men alike. Looking at the Nordic countries, this is unique for Sweden, and Swedish men’s style has even become a concept internationally. We will explore what Swedish men’s style is and how Swedish men perceive fashion, trends and style, and how consumption behavior and style have changes or adapted to the pandemic.
DANIEL LINDSTRÖMOver the years, Daniel Lindström has become synonymous not only with the magazine Café, of which he is today creative director and fashion director, but with fashion in general. He knows everyone in the industry, participates in all important events and is always the one the media turns to when they want a statement about men's fashion. It is a role with great influence and tasks many people dream of.
NICK CARVELLAfter five years as British GQ's resident Associate Style Editor, Nick Carvell now is a freelance Contributing Fashion Editor for the title (you'll mostly find him writing at GQ.co.uk). He has also penned style content for The Evening Standard, Mr Porter, The Telegraph, Matches Fashion, Condé Nast Brides, and Glamour, and is the current men's columnist for John Lewis Edition.
AUGUST BARD-BRINGÉUSAs co-founder at ASKET, August’s remit is broad, covering marketing, e-commerce, product as well as special projects. Since launching ASKET, August has continued to push for change in the fashion industry by introducing wholly new business practices; from launching ASKET’s Traceability Standard - a standard that aims to achieve 100% traceability across the collection’s supply chain, to introducing a lifecycle analysis project. Prior to starting ASKET, August worked in management consultancy as well as at a fintech start-up, through which he built experience in launching start-ups and introducing new practices to market.
(Co-founder at ASKET)
HAMPUS VON HAUSWOLFFH v W, 28 years from Stockholm has five years’ experience as a menswear buyer at iconic Paul & friends menswear boutique in Stockholm stocking brands like Acne Studios, Maison Margiela and Comme des Garcons as well as the Paul & friends collection. Paul & friend’s vision is to keep Swedish men updated within fashion and design from Sweden and internationally.