It’s the hair, it’s the inner wear-outer wear, it’s the strong-but-feminine, controlled-but-free look of the 1980s.
The painter Anna Camner and sculptor Fabian Bergmark Näsman, who have both recently joined The Forumist’s roster of artists, share a common interest in process and form, resulting in highly finished works which could be as much the result of industrial means as an organic emerging from the subconscious.
Find yourself in another dimension, where you can be whatever you want to be, where you are yourself
It’s a matter of attitude, how you stand, where you lie, what you wear, how you think.
Embrace the strangeness of the backwoods, don’t tame the wildness in nature or yourself.
In a transformative creative landscape, unexpected collaborations pave the way for a new approach to craftsmanship. A recent crossover between jewellers In Gold We Trust and tech brand NUDIENT exemplifies this ongoing paradigm shift.
Modern society’s instinct to consume is making too many demands of the Earth’s finite resources. The fashion world has made it all too tempting to buy the new thing, but we need to change our habits and liberate ourselves from the endless cycle of consumption.
We are inseparable. We are the same and different. What we wear defines the other. We are free.
Stories of initiation and metamorphosis set the stage for new identities and new looks.
We are proud to present the recipients of our New Talent Award. Ten award winners have been chosen, all of whom have graduated from one of the top two fashion design schools in Sweden – Beckmans College of Design and The Swedish School of Textiles.