First Look: Stutterheim’s collab with Henrik Vibskov

The rainwear brand’s minimal signature gets a splash of colour

When Alexander Stutterheim set up his namesake brand in 2010, the idea was simple: to recreate his grandfather’s old rubberised raincoat. The one he found in an abandoned barn in Sweden.

As the brand grew, it began playing with other materials and silhouettes – as well as branching out into accessories. Now, a new collaboration with Danish designer Henrik Vibskov – known for his colourful designs and all-round eccentricity – sees the brand move even further away from its simple origins.

It includes two raincoats, handmade in rubberised cotton with double-welded seams, and printed with colour block patterns by Vibskov. If you want to get spotted in the rain, these coats might help.