I think it’s safe to say that spring has sprung and winter is over! New collections are being released, people are wearing lighter jackets, and the temperatures are rising. Get updated with our weekly Nordic News.
-Søstrene Grene released their new collection “The Living Work of Art” taking inspiration from the 60s and 70s and Scandinavian boho style.
-The Swedish ceramics and glass designer Carina Seth Andersson has created a beautifully simplistic vase collection in collaboration with Marimekko. It’s now available in stores.
– The Danish designer Ole YDE presented his FW16 collection at Palais de Tokyo during Paris Fashion Week where he continued “his vision for Nordic elegance and luxury offering a stylish wardrobe for the confident modern woman”. A little extra styling was added to his show with handbags from Bolinder Stockholm and those iconic watches from Arne Jacobsen.
-This week Nordic Style Magazine covered Reykjavik’s Design March festival filled with exhibitions, performances, and different events.
-After being named the new face of MAC Cosmetics, Caitlyn Jenner, is now the new star of the H&M Sport campaign.
Also recommended: CPH Fashion Week- YDE A/W 2015
-Helena Christensen has teamed up with Danish Christine Headwear to create different types of headwear with botanical prints made from organic bamboo viscose. It is a unique charitable design project to support women suffering from hair loss related with critical illnesses.
-Sadly, the Danish design house, Bruuns Bazaar, will be closing their doors after 22 years of creating astounding collections that have been recognized internationally.
Also read: DesignMarch 2016- Fashion Showroom
–Minimum has opened a new concept store in their home town of Aarhus with a focus on quality, design, and experiences. The store has a café, lounge area, alternating pop- up shops, along with a gallery. Check out some pictures here.
-Actress and style icon Sienna Miller is the new face of the Lindex Spring collection which is inspired by the boho-chic look that Miller is known for.
Photos from: Helle Moos and bobedre.no
Tags: nordic design
Born in Hawaii to an American mother and a German father, Nicole considers Norway her second home. After studying textile design for one year in London she has recently moved back to Oslo and plans to continue her studies in Norway. She enjoys traveling, knitting, vintage shopping, and creating.
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