TREND TRAVEL

Stockholm

 

photo by sofie broden

photo by sofie broden

 

Sofie Brodén is doing her final study year in the field of marketing strategy and social media strategy. She is born in Sweden but her fondness of France has brought her to study and to work in Paris on three occasions. It has almost become her second home country. Sofie is interested in how fashion and art reflects cultural trends. She’s a hobby photographer and find inspiration in structures, shapes and surfaces in the surrounding environment. Art is everywhere. For Trend Tablet she gives a glimpse of her current hometown, Stockholm.

 

« I love Stockholm for its contrasts and that you always have the water near by. From the vibrant city centre you reach the green oasis; Djurgården in only five minutes by tram (20 minutes by foot). There you can take magical evening walks in the Scandinavian summer light. For those who prefer house-spotting, the city’s architecture covers all styles from the traditional red cottages to the more futuristic office buildnings. Every area has a different feeling, Vasastan with its pastel colors and relaxed atmosphere, Östermalm with the exclusive boutiques and SoFo (South of Folkungagatan), the creative, hipster area on Södermalm.

Find inspiration in the Josef Frank designed patterns at Svenskt Tenn and seek the modern style at Tjallamalla who sell vintage items along with new Swedish fashion designers. Stockholm is a city that appeals to everybody whatever your style is, and I’m sure you will find your favorite place. »

 

Sofie’s blog

Tjallamalla

 

Aarts is a restaurant serving eco friendly, locally produced food with a menu that changes with the seasons. There’s a warm atmosphere and you definitely feel welcomed.

 

 Snickarbacken 7  A café, concept store and exhibition space all in one, in a building from the late 1800′s that used to be stables.

 

 Nobis Hotel

 

 

Rosendals Trädgård

 

 

Svenskt Tenn

 

 

Urban Deli is an ecological concept store that includes a bakery, restaurant, groceries and even a sourdough hotel! (for those people who can’t leave their dough at home while traveling…)

 

photo by sofie broden

photo by sofie broden

 

photo by sofie broden

photo by sofie broden

 

photo by sofie broden

photos by sofie broden

 

photo by sofie broden

photos by sofie broden

 

photo by sofie broden

photo by sofie broden

 

photo by sofie broden

photos by sofie broden

 

photo by sofie broden

photos by sofie broden

 

photo by sofie broden

photos by sofie broden

 

photo by sofie broden

photos by sofie broden

 

photo by sofie broden

photo by sofie broden

 

photo by sofie broden

photos by sofie broden

 

photo by sofie broden

photos by sofie broden

 

photo by sofie broden

photos by sofie broden

 

photo by sofie broden

photos by sofie broden

 

photo by sofie broden

photos by sofie broden

 

 

photo by sofie broden

photos by sofie broden

 

photos by sofie broden

photos by sofie broden

 

photo by sofie broden

photo by sofie broden

 

photo by sofie broden

photo by sofie broden