Against the backdrop of a world that had grown slow and dreary from successive lockdowns, during one particular stay in her leafy Wimbledon Village home, Therese found herself reinvigorated by the spirited heartbeat of London.
The traditional charm and quaint character of the village contrasted with Therese’s office, which is nestled in the heart of the city’s vibrant Camden Lock—a place brimming with youthful energy, artistic vibes, and an alternative fashion scene. With each pulse of London’s bountiful cultural heart, Therese’s mind overflowed with ideas.
Therese launched her fashion line, Zetterberg Couture in 2007. Her trademark style, characterized by timelessness and couture glamor was embodied by the likes of intricate French lace woven through bridal dresses, and wispy silk fabrics draped to evening gowns, became a noteworthy presence in the industry. Soon, Therese was designing exclusive dresses for the Swedish Royal family, as well as many A-list stars and bespoke bridal pieces.
Ylva Li embraces a cleaner, more refined look; a stark departure from the romantic, costume jewellery of Therese’s previous jewellery brand. At the heart of Ylva Li’s style lies a sense of simplicity and sophistication, drawing inspiration from the clean lines and geometric patterns of the Art Deco movement. Her jewellery exudes a timeless charm that effortlessly complements a variety of looks. A style that resonates with those who appreciate both modern design and classic beauty, Ylva Li’s pieces evoke the charisma of the golden age of Hollywood, the glamour of Miami, and the stylish essence of the 60s and 70s.