Updating your summer wardrobe? Check. Preparing for summer? Check. Need some style advice? Kiwi fashion blogger, Katherine Lowe, has collaborated with Swedish cider brand, Rekorderlig to bring New Zealanders the latest summer trends direct from the streets of Sweden, just in time for ours.
The collaboration marks the launch of Rekorderlig’s delicious new summer variants, exclusive to New Zealand; Lemon-Lime, Passionfruit-Lime and Forest Berries.
Katherine has curated Rekorderlig’s ‘Collection of a Swedish Summer’ look-book that showcases the ten hottest ‘Beautifully Swedish’ trends. Everything from wardrobe must-haves to luxe lifestyle items.
From coats worn as capes to wide cropped pants, and wide-brimmed fedoras to full midi-length skirts, Katherine has taken cues from the recent Stockholm Fashion Week and carefully selected the must-have pieces for men and women that will be turning heads this season.
Katherine said although Swedes and Kiwis have a lot in common when it comes to fashion, Kiwis could be braver with their fashion choices. “Swedes are known for their classic minimalist, but slightly edgy, style which I often see on the streets of New Zealand, so I’m sure Kiwis will love the fresh and modern looks coming out of Sweden this summer. I’d love to see Kiwis be super brave this summer, owning white on white looks (which I personally love) and opting for wide, cropped pants instead of skinny.”
Rekorderlig is proud to be working with Katherine, known for her popular fashion blog www.katherineisawesome.co.nz and Emma Rock, Rekorderlig NZ Brand Manager says choosing Katherine to partner with was the obvious choice.
“The trends that she has curated mirror the essence of our amazing new range of flavours. There’s something for everyone and every occasion this summer.” The new range of Rekorderlig Premium ciders have an RRP of $5.99 per 500ml bottle, and are available in supermarkets, selected bars and liquor stores from October.
Check out Rekorderlig’s ‘Collection of the Swedish Summer’ look book online at: www.rekorderlig.co.nz