A lot has been going on in the world of Nordic News this week! Like a festival in Aarhus showcasing up and coming talent, and multiple brand collaborations. Get caught up on everything you’ve missed with our weekly Nordic News!
-One of the biggest pieces of pop culture news this month was Beyoncé’s new visual album Lemonade. We’ve all seen the video clips of her in that iconic yellow dress smashing windows and cars. The dress is actually designed by Norwegian Peter Dundas who is the creative directer for Roberto Cavalli.
–Monki released their new collaboration collection with the artist Sara Andreasson. The collection is a T-shirt collection that is based on young women’s experiences with a focus on feminism.
-The jewelry brand Dyrberg/Kern has created a new jewelry concept called Compliments which allows you to compose a ring that your can change and transform over time. They have launched a new campaign film with the two models Cecilie Haugaard and Vanessa Stuhr Ellegard.
–Spot Festival took place this week in Aarhus and showcased Danish and Scandinavian musicians on the rise. There were almost two hundred artists this year representing all genres of music.
-The Swedish Eytys has teamed up with the German Voo Store and created a new special edition Eytys X Voo Store low-top shoe.
–KappAhl has released their Celebrate collection which is inspired by the wedding season and summer parties. The collection includes 18 garments like chiffon and lace dresses.
-The Danish fashion brand Storm & Marie has collaborated with the fashion blogger Marie Jedig and launched a cool new denim collection. The focus of the collection is a good fit and feminine silhouettes.
Tags: nordic news, Scandinavian fashion
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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