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Ida Sjöstedt for Monki

She designs for your inner princess. Our new capsule collection was created in collaboration with Swedish design darling Ida Sjöstedt.

Loved for her dreamy collections, fantastic fashion shows (more than worth a google) and high end bespoke couture, Ida has teamed up with Monki to channel a mutual love of prints, storytelling and clothes made for having fun.

I want fashion to be fun, and a pleasure, always, Ida says. That’s what I feel about my own creative process and that’s what I want whoever wears my clothes to feel. I want to create clothes with the power to make the girl wearing them feel that she looks great. I want her to receive compliments on what she’s wearing, and I want her to have fun wearing it.

This design philosophy has enchanted fans since the debut in 2001. Her feminine, fairy tale collections, floaty silhouettes and romance-meets-kitsch lace and prints make her runway shows some of the most eagerly awaited at Stockholm fashion week, every year. And we know why. As Ida herself puts it:

I think that almost all girls, regardless of style, have a little princess inside—I design for that princess.

Now Ida has teamed up with Monki to explore two different sides of that princess for our customers. The soft and dreamy is there for sure, but the collection also speaks to a fun-loving young urbanite.

It’s a playful party collection—I wanted to find that magic combination of maxed out romance, a luxurious feel and youthful cheekiness. The capsule’s full of sweet pastels, electric cornflower blue, soft materials and just as soft silhouettes—clothes to have fun wearing.

The resulting garments range from a luxurious maxi dress to a confident-looking tee and shorts combo, styles Ida thinks are key. And then of course, there’s the print. Ida and Monki share a love of creative prints and patterns.

Making a print like the Ida Sjöstedt for Monki print is a little bit like buying candy the Swedish way: each person picks out his or her favourite treats and create their own special mix. I chose to mix these beautiful gold ornaments—that also remind me of lace—with roses and other flowers. The result was a super romantic pattern that is almost borderline kitsch.

What’s not to love about fashion like that?

Ida Sjöstedt for Monki

She designs for your inner princess. Our new capsule collection was created in collaboration with Swedish design darling Ida Sjöstedt.

Loved for her dreamy collections, fantastic fashion shows (more than worth a google) and high end bespoke couture, Ida has teamed up with Monki to channel a mutual love of prints, storytelling and clothes made for having fun.

I want fashion to be fun, and a pleasure, always, Ida says. That’s what I feel about my own creative process and that’s what I want whoever wears my clothes to feel. I want to create clothes with the power to make the girl wearing them feel that she looks great. I want her to receive compliments on what she’s wearing, and I want her to have fun wearing it.

This design philosophy has enchanted fans since the debut in 2001. Her feminine, fairy tale collections, floaty silhouettes and romance-meets-kitsch lace and prints make her runway shows some of the most eagerly awaited at Stockholm fashion week, every year. And we know why. As Ida herself puts it:

I think that almost all girls, regardless of style, have a little princess inside—I design for that princess.

Now Ida has teamed up with Monki to explore two different sides of that princess for our customers. The soft and dreamy is there for sure, but the collection also speaks to a fun-loving young urbanite.

It’s a playful party collection—I wanted to find that magic combination of maxed out romance, a luxurious feel and youthful cheekiness. The capsule’s full of sweet pastels, electric cornflower blue, soft materials and just as soft silhouettes—clothes to have fun wearing.

The resulting garments range from a luxurious maxi dress to a confident-looking tee and shorts combo, styles Ida thinks are key. And then of course, there’s the print. Ida and Monki share a love of creative prints and patterns.

Making a print like the Ida Sjöstedt for Monki print is a little bit like buying candy the Swedish way: each person picks out his or her favourite treats and create their own special mix. I chose to mix these beautiful gold ornaments—that also remind me of lace—with roses and other flowers. The result was a super romantic pattern that is almost borderline kitsch.

What’s not to love about fashion like that?

Ida Sjöstedt for Monki

She designs for your inner princess. Our new capsule collection was created in collaboration with Swedish design darling Ida Sjöstedt.

Loved for her dreamy collections, fantastic fashion shows (more than worth a google) and high end bespoke couture, Ida has teamed up with Monki to channel a mutual love of prints, storytelling and clothes made for having fun.

I want fashion to be fun, and a pleasure, always, Ida says. That’s what I feel about my own creative process and that’s what I want whoever wears my clothes to feel. I want to create clothes with the power to make the girl wearing them feel that she looks great. I want her to receive compliments on what she’s wearing, and I want her to have fun wearing it.

This design philosophy has enchanted fans since the debut in 2001. Her feminine, fairy tale collections, floaty silhouettes and romance-meets-kitsch lace and prints make her runway shows some of the most eagerly awaited at Stockholm fashion week, every year. And we know why. As Ida herself puts it:

I think that almost all girls, regardless of style, have a little princess inside—I design for that princess.

Now Ida has teamed up with Monki to explore two different sides of that princess for our customers. The soft and dreamy is there for sure, but the collection also speaks to a fun-loving young urbanite.

It’s a playful party collection—I wanted to find that magic combination of maxed out romance, a luxurious feel and youthful cheekiness. The capsule’s full of sweet pastels, electric cornflower blue, soft materials and just as soft silhouettes—clothes to have fun wearing.

The resulting garments range from a luxurious maxi dress to a confident-looking tee and shorts combo, styles Ida thinks are key. And then of course, there’s the print. Ida and Monki share a love of creative prints and patterns.

Making a print like the Ida Sjöstedt for Monki print is a little bit like buying candy the Swedish way: each person picks out his or her favourite treats and create their own special mix. I chose to mix these beautiful gold ornaments—that also remind me of lace—with roses and other flowers. The result was a super romantic pattern that is almost borderline kitsch.

What’s not to love about fashion like that?