Design to get Inspired of 

A while ago I had a lovely day learning about Tonie Lewenhaupt’s vintage donation at the Röhsska Gallery, please see further blog below. I also had time to view the Gallery’s own design collection and to talk to their competent staff about Scandinavian design history. A Katja of Sweden dress was on display of course but also what actually inspired her to make fashion.

Bruno Mathsson inspired Katja Geiger. Photo: Sara Thorsson / Sagamodellen

The chair above is the kind of Bruno Mathsson chair that made it clear to Katja Geiger that no woman would possibly be able to sit beautifully in the chair wearing anything fashionable.

Katja of Sweden dress at Röhsska Gallery. Photo: Sara Thorsson / Sagamodellen

Female fashion meant, in the 1940th, corsets and tight underwear, not suitable for relaxing times in such chairs. She followed her vision of creating comfortable fashion for busy women of that time. The rest is Swedish fashion history.

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Sara Thorsson

My interest in Katja of Sweden started with a passion in art, vintage, retro, design and fashion. Katja of Sweden is part of Swedish fashion history and she was a great designer of international standard. Katja's life was like a saga, hence the name of the blog. Katja was the start of my journey to get inspired by people who stand out and create their own future and business. Good values, hard work and some luck has created good artists that inspire us all. Instagram Sagamodellen Facebook Sagamodellen (in Swedish)

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