After discovering his Grandfather’s old rain coat in an old barn, Alexander Stutterheim went about recreating this familiar piece for modern day use. Buying some oilcloth and laying it out on his kitchen floor, he cut the design using the old coat as his pattern. A 60s style raincoat from the archipelago, updated to fit the modern man. After approval from friends and family, Stutterheim was born with the first 200 selling straight out of Alexander’s apartment. The raincoats are made in the last standing textile factory in Sweden, crafted by hand and signed off and numbered individually by the seamstresses. Stutterheim has since gone on to experiment and develop new designs in their Stockholm headquarters, redefining the outerwear industry with something stylish but functional.