J.LINDEBERG Macau

J.LINDEBERG

Founded in Stockholm in 1996, we bridge fashion and function for the aware consumer who wants to outstanding products for an active Scandinavian lifestyle. Our fashion collections for men and women are shown at the international fashion weeks. The sports collections - golf and skiwear - are worn by some of the world's greatest athletes. You find us in cities like Stockholm, New York, Hong Kong, Copenhagen, Tokyo, Munich, Los Angeles, Beijing, and Seoul.

Mall
Shoppes at Parisian
 
Location
310c, Avenue Montaigne, Level 3
 
Phone Number
+853 2881 0127
 
Opening Hours

10:00am - 11:00pm

Official Website
www.jlindeberg.com.hk
AUTUMN / WINTER 2017
THE BRIDGE SERIES #3

J.LINDEBERG launches the third edition of The Bridge Series, a communication platform created by Johan Lindeberg to portray the unified yet diverse voice of the lifestyle brand, which spans fashion and sport. The Bridge Series invites a selection of talent to share their thoughts and ideas with the world. While the ages, professions and particular passions of the talents may range, they each represent the modern outlook and inspiring lifestyle that is J.LINDEBERG. Talents span from the model and entrepreneur Carolyn Murphy; to the rapper Tyga.
“I’m really excited to launch the third issue of The Bridge Series, and to strengthen the international voice of J.LINDEBERG by inviting people that we admire and who inspire and to let them speak their inner thoughts about the world, life and values”, says Johan Lindeberg.

MEN’S COLLECTION - THE DECADE THAT MADE US

With the Autumn Winter men’s collection J.LINDEBERG celebrates the 80’s and the city of Berlin. It’s not about nostalgia, it´s about a decade of people, decisions and inventions that changed us, and that made us who we are today.
The look has a utilitarian undercurrent, where classic uniform pieces are interpreted through a contemporary eye, merged with references from performance and functional wear. Proportions are playful and styled to mix: from skinny cropped pants with boxy shirts; to high-waisted, loose, cord trousers paired with tight jackets; or roomy overcoats worn over sporty sleek zip-up jerseys and knits. Shoulders are defined as narrow and square, and the sharply tailored suits express a slightly wider silhouette.
The colour story evolves around the grey tones of Berlin that blend into softer khakis and greens. Black, navy and blue tones act as a neutral base, whilst mustard, beige and bordeau bring energy and contrast to the palette.