Stockholm Fashion District is a creative, vibrant and innovative district for the Swedish fashion industry. The district is a hub for business and creativity with showrooms, trade fairs, buying days, production, pop up events, education and business development for the fashion industry.

Each season, 900 Swedish and international brands show their new collections or attend one of the many events organized in the district. Stockholm Fashion District is a unique platform founded by and for the Swedish fashion industry by the Association of Trade Partners Sweden. Welcome to Stockholm Fashion District.



Fairs & Showrooms


The registration for fashion week in Stockholm Fashion District is open!

Welcome to a new exciting season in Stockholm Fashion District between the 13-18th of August 2018. We have lots of amazing brands, important events, inaugural seminars and opportunities to network with industry colleagues!

Register here –

See you then, welcome!

Prepare your visit

Here you can find and download useful help prior to your visit at fashion week in Stockholm Fashion District!

Bus Schedule

District Map

Hall map Fashion Business Days

Hall map Nordic Shoe & Bag Fair

Area map Showrooms in the district

Stockholm Showroom

Stockholm Shoe House


Seminar with Nina Campioni

Nina Campioni is back under the roof of Fashion Business Academy to talk about how to act in an inclusive way and how to maintain your credibility in the digital world.


News from our press office: New Industry Initiative, Encouragement for Action, encourages sustainability in the fashion industry

With the 17 Global Goals and the importance to act and talk more about sustainability in the fashion industry as a stepping stone, Stockholm Fashion District together with other important organizations and stakeholders in our network, are establishing Encouragement For Action.


Encouragement for Action – Foreword by Philip Warkander

Fashion is one of today’s most central cultural expressions. With our clothes we communicate who we are, but also who we want to be. Fashion can be creative and playful, a way to confront boundaries and challenge outdated norms. In addition, fashion is also an important industry; In Sweden alone, the industry employs almost 60,000 people, most of whom are women. But the influence of fashion is not entirely positive. Next to the oil industry, the fashion and textile industry is considered to be the most polluting in the world. The reasons are several – from raw materials produced in unsustainable ways to clothes being thrown into the garbage when the consumer is tired of them and wants something new. The clothes that, on the one hand, create jobs and joy in many people’s everyday lives, on the other hand, contribute to an increasingly polluted world. For a long time it was hard to see how these seemingly different stories belong together. Today, we know better: they are two sides of the same coin.


Stockholm Fashion District Summer Party!

Come and join us at Stockholm Fashion District Summer Party on the 15th of August at 18:00-22:30. We will make sure you get some food, a drink, happenings and great company. Please bring sunshine!

Get your ticket for SEK 150 by clicking on “SUMMER PARTY TICKETS!” on our event page found here!

Copenhagen Fashion Summit

This year’s edition of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit was stronger and bigger than before, 1,300 people from more than 50 countries represented the fashion industry. Politicians, NGOs, schools and the media gathered for an extended event of two days compared to previous years’ one day event.


From our press office: Concrete cooperation with Bea Szenfeld

Stockholm Fashion District is proud to announce that the creator Bea Szenfeld is linked to the district. Through recurring exhibitions and as a guest creator behind the season’s image, the collaboration is presented.

“People from the fashion industry and other creative industries pass through Stockholm Fashion District daily and therefore I have chosen the district as one of my permanent exhibitions,” says Bea Szenfeld in a comment about the cooperation.


The exhibitor registration to next season is open!

Registration for fashion week in Stockholm Fashion District the 13-18th of August 2018 is now open!

Fashion week in Stockholm Fashion District offers several options for those who want a physical place where you can receive buyers, press and other stakeholders. The showrooms are for those with a greater need to use it as you wish 365 days a year. The trade fairs are for those who need to be in place during the fashion weeks as a service to your customers.

Your options:


Stockholm Fashion District strengthens the business relationship with Japan

In 2018, Japan and Sweden celebrate 150 years of diplomatic relations. This will be highlighted through a series of business-related activities aimed at strengthening ties between Japan and Sweden. In parallel with this, a new EU-Japan Free Trade Agreement was completed in December 2017. The trade agreement means that Japan, in the future, will become increasingly important as a trading partner for Swedish companies.


All brands

+46 (0)8 411 00 22
Address: Stockholm Fashion District, Augustendalsvägen 7, Box 107, SE-131 52 Nacka strand, Sweden.
Delivery address and logistics center: Stockholm Showroom, Augustendalsvägen 5B, SE-131 52 Nacka strand, Sweden.
Address, Association of Trade Partners Sweden: Vasagatan 46, p.o. box 3146, SE-103 62 Stockholm, Sweden.

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,