The brand Clara Fina was founded in 2019 by the Swedish Textile artist and jewellery designer Clara Fina Frisk. Inspired by the inherent tactility and movement within textile and nature Clara Fina creates ornamental objects for bodies and spaces. The Satin Regal collection contains bold, lightweight statement earrings, hand-sculpted in Gothenburg. All earrings are made from polymer clay, with metal details in nickel-free steel..
VÅR/Karl Grandin & Björn Atldax
The Stockholm-based artist duo VÅR/Karl Grandin & Björn Atldax have been working together since 1996. Atldax and Grandin were co-founders of the clothing label Cheap Monday and responsible for the brand’s unique style and artwork for four years. The work of the duo crosses borders between the ordinary and the surreal. These energetic and prolific images have been featured on book and album covers, textiles, posters, furniture, walls, and in magazines and films..
KISKA LAB is a Paris-based jewelry brand founded in 2021. Removing the concept of gender in his work, designer Ruslan Leon has created a gender inclusive collection that investigates the intimate relationship between the human body and objects of desire. This bold minimalist jewelry is designed at an intersection of traditional jewelry craftsmanship and fetish culture. KISKA LAB reworks images and attributes of bondage and leather practices creating new..
Christina Prieth started her path with a Master's in Advanced Pattern Design and Fashion Design at the Chambre Syndicale School of Fashion. She participated in a few national fashion contests such as Kobe (Japanese), Carapaces (part of Les Enfants Terribles, Paris), Sixième Étage (H&M design award) and Let Me Shine (Hyères contest). In 2014, she worked for the wedding dress designer Christophe-Alexandre Docquin from whom she learned the French savoir-faire..
After graduating from the master programme in fashion design at The Swedish School of Textiles class of 2021, Kristin Boström continues to explore techniques in relation to a zero-waste shaping method, with the intention to prevent waste and to find new expressions in print and fashion design. All her garments are conducted from squares, generated through a method called “slicing” and then shaped around the body into silhouettes..
Åsa Jungnelius lives and works in Stockholm and Månsamåla, Sweden. She has been exhibiting regularly in Sweden and internationally since the beginning of 2000 and is engaged in numerous public commissions such as the new public subway station Hagastaden in Stockholm, which opens in 2026. Jungnelius’ breakthrough was with her early works in glass and she has since held the position as one of Sweden’s leading artists in the field. Her works are represented in the collection of Moderna Museet, Stockholm, The Swedish National Gallery to name a few as well as several prominent private collections around the world.