The ELLE Sweden Gala 2024 was held last night at the Grand Hôtel in Stockholm, recognising the leaders of the Swedish fashion industry. The event celebrated creators who have inspired and revitalised the fashion industry over the past year.

This year’s winners truly demonstrate the creative power of fashion when it comes to creating change and thinking anew,” said Elina Grothén, Editor-in-Chief of ELLE.

The event awarded individuals and institutions across 12 categories for their contributions to the fashion industry.

Anna Teurnell received the Designer of the Year award for her work with the brand TEURN, noted for luxury and a feminine edge. Petra Fagerström was named H&M & ELLE’s Future Talent for her innovative approach and technical skill. Jimmy Kamhieh Loutfi won Accessory Designer of the Year for his nature-inspired jewellery with Louis Abel.

The Textile Museum was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award for its role in promoting sustainable fashion. Angelina Mamoun-Bergenwall was awarded Photographer of the Year for her influential imagery and Hilda Sandström took home Stylist of the Year.

Model of the Year went to Sascha Rajasalu for her versatility and strong presence. Danielle Lundgren’s FRIKIKI NAILS earned her the Beauty Innovator of the Year title. Vintage Sphere received the Circular Fashion Award for its focus on sustainable vintage fashion.

Benjamin Ingrosso and YAEGER were recognized as Best Dressed Man and Best Dressed Woman, respectively, for their impactful personal styles, and Molly Sandén won Look of the Night.