Stockholm Fashion District is a creative, vibrant and innovative district for the Swedish fashion industry. Located in Nacka strand, Stockholm Fashion District is the destination for Swedish and international brands. Stockholm Fashion District is a hub for both business and creativity with showrooms, trade fairs, production, buying days and pop up-events. Join us! Welcome to Stockholm Fashion District.

Fairs & Showrooms


Var du ska äta, dricka och shoppa enligt Stockholmarna!

Ann-Sofie Back, designer at BACK:

Best bar in Stockholm?
– Cafe Nizza, the same gang that founded Babette on Roslagsgatan opened on Söder for about a year ago. Nice staff, fun guests and good vegetarian options on the A la Carte menu in the bar.


Coming event: Preview Fabrics & Accessories 30-31st of August

Preview Fabrics & Accessories is something as unique as an international, yet graspable, creative textile fair in Sweden. For many designers, the new season begins as much here as at the drawing board. Within the walls of this fair, an enormous amount of knowledge can be gained from the experts on materials exhibiting. Here, you are able to get a sneak peek at the new textile collections before the international fairs.


Photos from fashion week in Stockholm Fashion District

Photos from fashion week in Stockholm Fashion District and from the Stockholm Fashion District Summer Party are now on our Facebook page. Photos by Alma Vestlund / Frida Möller / Studio Emma Svensson.

Official photos, fashion week in Stockholm Fashion District, 14-20th of August 2017.

See the photowall photos here!

More photos from the party here!

Thank you for making the Stockholm Fashion District’s Summer Party so fun!

On the evening of Thursday the 18th of August, Stockholm Fashion District hosted this year’s Summer Party. Thank you for making it such a fun night! All pictures will be posted on the Stockholm Fashion District Facebook page. Follow us to not miss out!

Photo exhibition with Tokyo as motive

Said Karlsson is a freelance photographer and journalist who has called Tokyo his home since 2008. He has reported everything from earthquakes to popular culture for a number of international clients. Today, he works mainly as a photographer for one of Japan’s largest travel industry companies, a job that has taken him to most parts of the country.


The Brand Guide 2/2017 is here!

The Brand Guide 2/2017 has landed in Stockholm Fashion District! Here you can see the digital version, but rather come by and get your own copy!

The Brand Guide 2/2017

Season schedule

A schedule with all events, dates and times to keep track of during this season in Stockholm Fashion District can be downloaded HERE! You can also visit the Events & Seminars section in the site menu.

Hi Anette Lindroth, Soyaconcept!

The Danish brand Soyaconcept comes from Sønderborg in Denmark. Today, they are represented in 16 countries with major international clients like Karstadt with 100 branches in Germany, and Zalando. They are also available at international prestige stores such as Breuninger and Engelhorn in Germany.


Tretorn rain coats of ghost gear

Our friend in the district, Tretorn, make a positive climate change by using ghost gear in their new rain jacket collection.


Hi Anna, seller of Margit Brandt!

Anna Zachrisson, seller of Margit Brandt, joined us in Stockholm Fashion District in February and we took the opportunity to ask her a few questions!


Odd Molly’s flying start

Odd Molly joined us in Stockholm Fashion District for the second time in February during fashion week and we took the opportunity to ask a few questions on how their new shoe collection has been received.


All brands


+46 (0)8 411 00 22
Address: Stockholm Fashion District, Augustendalsvägen 7, Box 107, SE-131 52 Nacka strand, Sweden
Visit: Augustendalsvägen 7, Nacka strand (pre-booked appointments only)

Do you want to be a part of Stockholm Fashion District Team? All recruitment via Fredrik Ågren, Key Search Scandinavia, Temporary reinforcement at fairs & events and for internships, please contact Jessica Johanneson,