Happy Monday! Oslo Runway came and went, but Norwegian Fashion Week is not yet over. Here are some pictures of what I consider the highlight of Oslo Runway: the launch of Pia Tjelta’s solo line.
For the occasion, I had my hair done by Sarah Prüller at Skum Frisør. The salon is so beautiful and the results are amazing, as you can see 😉 The intricate arrangement of curls nicely complemented my blouse 🙂
Pia Tjelta for Oslo Runway
Actress Pia Tjelta (currently starring in Henrik Ibsen’s Lille Eyolf at Nationaltheatret) debuted her eponymous line at Oslo Runway this weekend. She is no stranger to fashion, having previously collaborated on a collection with ByTiMo last April. Her bio for Oslo Runway reads as follows:
As an actress, Pia Tjelta has spent years surrounded by costumes made by the tailors at the National Theatre in Oslo. She has always put a lot of effort in interpreting her characters through the possibilities given by clothing. Inspired by her love for the theatre, the great dramas and movie icons throughout time, her designs focus on choice of materials and attention to detail. The design team, which consist of Tjelta, fashion designer Nina Amble and print designer Torunn Myklebust, aims for a timeless flattering look that can be worn by generation after generation.
The collection was cleverly displayed to highlight each piece’s uniqueness and overall showcased how the modern woman can style each piece to suit her daily activities.
With intricate lace details and flowy silhouettes, the collection is dreamy and ethereal – the epitome of Norwegian femininity.