Swedish fashion house Filippa K is introducing the 1993 Capsule Collection: celebrating 30 years of pioneering effortless Scandinavian minimalism. The focused range draws inspiration from the brand’s founding decade, presenting quintessential styles with a modern edge that creates the 90s-for-now capsule wardrobe. To mark the occasion, Filippa K is also debuting a new monogram inspired by the year 1993, which will be featured on select garments.

Crafted through the lens of Filippa K’s house codes, monochromatic staple silhouettes from the decade comprise the 19-piece collection of womenswear and menswear. Recognizable minimalist shapes conjure a strong sense of nostalgia, while the Filippa K denim calls back to its 90s fits with re-editions in a vintage black wash. The modern interpretation of 90s styles extends beyond the design details, as the collection consciously weaves in the brand’s latest sustainability initiatives and opts for sustainable, low-impact, and long-lasting material choices.

The 1993 Capsule Collection will launch on filippa-k.com and in Filippa K stores on November 7th.

Showcasing the pieces, the capsule’s campaign pays homage to Filippa K’s history. Simple, strong studio portraits capture the model’s personality, expressing a natural sense of freedom and sensuality that evokes 90s imagery. These black-and-white photographs are combined with blurred images of Swedish life and nature, communicating ease of movement and calling back to iconic campaigns from the house’s archives.