Lotta Jansdotter Everyday Style: Key Pieces to Sew + Accessories, Styling, and Inspiration
Lotta Jansdotter, Jenny Hallengren
When Lotta Jansdotter steps out in one of her signature outfits, fans always ask, “Did you make that yourself?” Often the answer is, “Yes, and so can you!” With that in mind, the style icon created Lotta Jansdotter’s Everyday Style, a pattern book/inspiration guide anchored by five easy, versatile sewing patterns—skirt, dress, blouse, pants/shorts, and jacket/coat—and highlighted with quick DIY accessories, including hats, bags, scarves and jewellry. Photographed over the course of a year in New York, Tennessee, India, and Sweden and organised by season, Jansdotter shares her sources of inspiration and how she and her friends mix and match her key pieces while working, playing, resting, and travelling. Lotta Jansdotter’s Everyday Style brings Jansdotter’s infectious and sought-after sense of style to new followers and longtime devotees alike.
Lotta Jansdotter is a Brooklyn-based Swedish designer. Her creations, ranging from stationery to dishware to textiles, are sold worldwide and have been featured in publications like O, Martha Stewart Living and Sweet Paul and at retail stores like Anthropologie, West Elm and ABC Carpet. She is the author of five books, including Lotta Jansdotter’s Simple Sewing and Lotta Prints.
|Publication Date||3 November 2015|
|Rights||Europe, Africa, Middle East|