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When a denim brand is showing it can sometimes be a little uninspiring to watch, at least if it’s a runway show. But Cheap Monday went past boring to beyond awesome for their Fall/Winter 2010 show at Stockholm Fashion Week. First, the location was truly amazing, they showed at Magasin 9, a huge storage-like warehouse with a long simple runway and perfect lightning, just the way I like it! Frida Gustafsson, Sara Blomqvist and Elsa Sylvan were working the runway like the supermodels they are. And the music was pumping hard! Besides this awesome-ness there was clothes – obviously. What caught my eye the most was a pair of jeans with mesh panels (see below). This feels real fresh and gives the denim a sporty look. I also liked the lace up jeans (see below), they looked steaming hot! The color scheme was black and lots of greys and they showed several stone washed jeans. The jeans silhouette was skinny, real skinny. Another trend was the grey hoodies underneath coats and blazers (see bottom). I absolutly love this trend, hoodies go so great with jeans so I’m glad they are back in fashion!

This report was posted by our newest contributor Caroline who runs the fabulous style blog caroline.feber.se, if you haven’t checked it out before go there now, you will love it.

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Caroline Rooney
Caroline Rooney is a San Francisco based stylist and model. Following internships with American Eagle Outfitters, Diane von Furstenberg, Parfums de Christian Dior, and Condé Nast, Caroline launched socially conscious clothing line The Bearon, in 2008. The Bearon was named one of INC. Magazine's "Coolest College Start Ups" in 2009. In 2011, Caroline joined the buying team at Bloomingdales.com, buying both men's & women's denim. She fell hard for menswear, and grew particularly passionate about the denim industry. Throughout, Caroline has been signed as a print and runway model and has appeared in campaigns for Dodge, Ford, Ella Sven, & Bloomingdales, and worked with Neiman Marcus, Chanel, Donna Karan, and Miley Cyrus. After spending years on sets she developed an eye for styling and in the fall of 2013, moved to San Francisco to launch her career as a menswear stylist. Currently, Caroline is launching the menswear blog Bearon & Brothers, and works as a stylist for menswear e-commerce brand Bonobos. She is also an instructor of fashion styling at the Academy of Art University, and contributor to the denim blog "Denimology".