A forum for photography

© Fotografiska
© Fotografiska

When the Fotografiska museum  opens its doors for the first time on the 21st of May 2010, Filippa K will be a proud partner. Several common denominators that the brands share have resulted in a co-operation which will be manifested through exclusive exhibitions, unique designs, and garments with the Filippa K signature in the store and on staff, who will all wear Filippa K.

NK Couture

at the Royal Opera in Stockholm

Model Dorothea Barth Jörgensen in Filippa K Couture

NK showed the limited edition couture collection at the Royal Swedish Opera in Stockholm on Wednesday the 26th of August. The Filippa K couture wedding dress received much praise for keeping within the style of the brand whilst still exploring the exiting possibilities of excellent craftsmanship and design.

Image rights reserved to Nordiska Kompaniet, Stockholm.


Filippa K designs for Nordiska Kompaniet

Filippa K_f09_Nkcouture_1
Photographer - Kristian Löveborg

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. When Filippa K was asked by Swedish department store Nordiska Kompaniet to be part of the project NK Couture the choice was easy – the grand finale of all couture shows – the wedding dress.


a new range of bowls

As an addition to the already successful range of cups Filippa K has been producing together with renowned Swedish crockery company Rörstrand for some years now, Filippa K now introduces a series porcelain bowls.

The idea behind the series was to create a line of versatile bowls for every day life whilst still incorporating strong design elements and whether it be shape, form or patterns. Combining and creating a balance between aesthetics and utility is and has always been close to our hearts, and as such, we are especially  proud of the diversity that the range offers.

The bowls come in six patterns and are available from the 4th of May. For more information on retailers please contact

Spring/Summer 2009

Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts, Stockholm

Special thank you to event producer Michael Stoll, stylist Robert Rydberg and, of course, everyone who contributed to a magical evening.