By  on April 4, 2016

If one ever questioned the impact of climate change on fashion, an answer can be found in the growth of Swedish outerwear brand Stutterheim.

After launching six years ago with a black-and-white raincoat and building on its unisex line sold at retailers such as Barneys New York, Dover Street Market, Isetan and Le Bon Marché, the Stockholm-based company is readying to open its first U.S. store on New York’s Mulberry Street in May and introduce its first devoted line for women this fall. The expansion into retail and the women’s market is expected to double its U.S. sales this year to $2 million, buoying Stutterheim’s position as a Swedish brand having a moment.

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