How to stay creative with fashion worker Tyra-Stina Wilhelmsson
This is a story written by Blique by Nobis
We invited three of our favourite creatives for an inspirational photoshoot at the construction site of our baby Blique by Nobis, opening in Spring 2019. While we were at it, we asked Tyra-Stina Wilhelmsson to share her first impression of our project, how she stay's on top of her creative game and some golden gems in Stockholm.
What was your immediate feeling when you first stepped into the construction site that will soon be Blique by Nobis?
T: Walking into the construction site of Blique by Nobis felt like hitting the framework of a beautiful and very artistic cherry-tree, where the cherry-blossoms can’t wait to get in full bloom for spring. Rough and raw, soon to be without flaw.
You have a unique style and you make fashion fun with your quirky photoshoots. From where do you get your inspiration to always stay creative?
T: For me, the secret has been to dare myself feeling non-inspired from time to time. To be ok with drying out and peeling it off until I reach a ground feeling that inspires me to get up and be creative again. In fact, this up-down-and-up-again process itself also inspires me, I often try to express it through my photoshoots.
What are your four favourite inspirational spots in Stockholm?
T: Acne Archive for great bargains, Eytys for shoes, Lottas Vintage for second hand shopping and the Museum of Photography for inspiration.
Adress and distance from Blique by Nobis
Acne Archive, Torsgatan 53, 5 min by foot
Eytys - Norrlandsgatan 22, 30 min by foot or 10 min by bike
Lottas Vintage - Upplandsgatan 45, 10 min by foot
The Museum of Photography - Stadsgårdshamnen 22, 20 min by bike or 30 min with public transportation