H F R E D R I K S S O N
BALEARIC BRAND ACTIVATION
A week of magic is complete.
Want to bring some home?
Helena Fredriksson brought her special blend of ease with edge to Menorca last week.
A beautiful H.Fredriksson capsule collection is now installed at Cafe Central in Ciutadella, overseen by owner, Monica Colomar, one of the island’s finest fashion eyes.
Nomadic Thread Society’s brand activation concept is centered around a very current, collective way to work in fashion.
We three fashion pro’s put our heads together to create a lasting relationship, one that centers around collaboration, made to order garments, honing a specific clientele’s needs…
cultivating less production, less waste.
Pick up some magic for yourself !
! NOW !
For 10% off, use code : NOMAD10
Scoop up a Kimono Jacket to wear for years to come,
a show-stopping Ikat Jumpsuit,
a Studio Tunic Dress dress, with a truly original print.
All timeless-modern pieces. Sustainably produced. Fairly traded.
IN SEPTEMBER !
Helena invites you to meet her at her Williamsburg-Brooklyn atelier,
in person – or on video.
She will be delighted to take you though her archive and personally style you with her unique design, fit, and fabric expertise.
A bit about the H.Fredriksson brand.
“The overall mood of the line is one of time and timelessness, yet the details, silhouettes and design breathe modern contemporary culture. Thru balancing tailored garments with oversized and loosely draped pieces she creates a juxtaposition that is the core of the H Fredriksson aesthetic. With a sense of past and present, the designer’s belief in traditional craft as well as in a future of new sustainable fabric technologies is marked in the mindful fabric choices of the collection. The collection is manufactured in New York City using sustainable fabrics and production methods. The Swedish designer Helena Fredriksson lives and works in Brooklyn where she combines the two worlds into a sophisticated collection which reflects both the Scandinavian aesthetics of her upbringing and the multi cultured reality of living in New York City.”