Stutterheim

The Stutterheim story began on the small island Arholma, home to an old fishing village in the Stockholm archipelago, about 80km (or 8 Swedish miles) north of the city.

Here is where Alexander Stutterheim discovered his grandfather’s old raincoat sitting in a barn. A relic from his grandfather’s days as a fisherman in the early 60s, the coat was heavy, black, durable and timeless in its design.

Inspired by his find, Alexander generated the idea of recreating a timeless, durable raincoat.

Swedish melancholy at its driest.