Lars Wallin – Fashion Stories

Lars Wallin – Fashion Stories

Artipelag will be brings a bit of light to the winter darkness with an exhibition by Lars Wallin entitled Fashion Stories. Nearly 200 of the famous fashion designer’s stunning creations will be on display and visitors will be able to follow the creative process all the way from idea to sketch and finally to couture completion.

For information about the exhibition’s final weekend (March 11 and 12), click here >>

Lars Wallin – Fashion Stories showcases unique creations in exclusive materials from throughout Wallin’s entire career as a fashion designer. The exhibition highlights one of the few Swedish designers who works with fashion on a high artistic level with a focus on craftsmanship and quality.

The exhibition is based around four themes – crafts, fashion, bridal, and stage. Lars Wallin has personally selected works that mean a lot to him and in addition to ready-made garments, visitors can see sketches, toiles, jewellery, and even feel the fabrics. The idea behind this interaction is to create an understanding of the craft and design process, and to provide an insight into the work done within the studio.

Lars Wallin – Fashion Stories premiered at Prince Eugene’s Waldemarsudde in 2011 and has since toured many museums and art galleries throughout Sweden. Now the tour has finally returned to Stockholm and will be displayed at Artipelag from November 4, 2016 until March 12, 2017.

Practical Information

Free bus from Vasagatan to Artipelag available on weekends. Read more here >>

To book a tour for a larger group, click here >>

Every Wednesday through Friday at 2 pm, we offer a 15-minute introduction to the exhibition. The introductions are included in the price of admission. For info about introductions during the exhibition’s final weekend on March 11 and 12, click here >>

Buy Tickets >>

Tickets can be purchased on site at Artipelag, but if you purchase online, you can proceed directly to the entrance of the art gallery without needing to first visit the box office.

Lars Wallin – Fashion Stories