Mosebacke – a flowing A-line women’s raincoat combining flair with all-weather protection.
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Before we talk about rain, let’s talk about Swedishness.
All Swedes, we are a bit shy, modest, and independent. We are not afraid of solitude, but rather we embrace it: It offers ease and liberation and a kind of satisfaction that may partly derive from the absence of social pressure to talk and adapt to others.This is often confused with melancholy.
“Melancholy shouldn’t be confused with depression. Melancholy is an active state. When we’re melancholic, we feel uneasy with the way things are, the status quo, the conventions of our society. We yearn for a deeper, richer relationship with the world. And in that yearning, we’re forced to explore the potential within ourselves – a potential we might not have explored if we were simply content. Through our melancholy we come up with new ways of seeing the world and new ways of being in the world. Melancholy and creativity go together like ebony and ivory on a piano”
at its driest.
From the moment Alexander Stutterheim discovered his grandfather’s raincoat in an old barn in 2010, Stutterheim raincoats are the symbols of Swedish melancholy.
Manufactured in Europe in 100% waterproof fabric with double welded or taped seams, they are destined to last for generations, starting from yours.