Beckmans students have created denim collections for six Swedish fashion brands

In the Denim Dimensions project, thirteen students at Beckmans School of Design have created unique denim collections for the coming season for six Swedish fashion brands. Two of these students, Mohammad Ali Yaghoobi and Anna Lastro, has created their own collections with inspiration from Busnel. 

- These unique collections also represent Beckmans School of Design's valuable meetings between our future designers and fashion's best brands, says Göran Sundberg, lecturer in the fashion program.

Mohammad Ali Yaghoobi – Tuyou 
Abstract lines shape an almost blurred illusion of body on clothes for persons who are aware of their inner selves and stand for their choices. A collection that gives you the opportunity to be casual and elegant on your workday, or being avant-garde-ly elegant in the evening (or day). I know you are an individual. @yagobimohammadali

Anna Lastro 
The collection is about the Busnel woman, her daughter, how and why garments are passed down. An idea of wanting to grow up too fast and how a ruthless teen girl lives in Stockholm's upper-class suburbs while striving for something more. Her secret longing to be discovered and chosen, plucked from her reality into relevance. @annalastro 

Student designers: Mohammad Ali Yaghoobi & Anna Lastro
Program director: Pär Engsheden
Senior lecturers: Göran Sundberg
Head visiting tutor: Ann-Sofie Back
Visiting tutors: Martin Bergström, Margareta van den Bosch, Lovisa Burfitt, Nicole Walkman
Campaign photography: Pelle Lannefors
Models: Mikas & Nisch management
Production: The Forumist
Stylist: Amanda Horlin
Makeup: Johanna Larsson
Hair: Sofia Geideby