This week has been another busy week of designer collaboration announcements from H&M to &Other Stories. Get caught up with our weekly Nordic News.
–Kenzo (the king of print) is H&M’s next guest designer! After the success of Balmain X H&M last year, the Kenzo collab is sure to be a hit. The collection will be released early November, perfect for the gift-giving season.
-It’s the fashion show of the week and everyone is talking about it! The runway at Helsinki airport served as a three thousand meter catwalk for seven designers from two different continents. The fashion show is a part of Finnair and Finavia’s campaign called “Match Made In HEL” which praises Helsinki as the meeting point between Asia and Europe.
Also Recommended: H&M X Kenzo Collaboration
–& Other Stories has yet another great collab collection and this time it’s for your feet. The brand has put their feminine mark on the iconic Van’s slip- ons. The collaboration collection consists of three styles and was released online this week!
-Six years ago Stutterheim Raincoats was founded in Stockholm and now they are opening their own store on Mulberry Street in Manhattan, New York.
-3 Days of Design: Republic of Fritz Hansen was focused around a design exhibition by Pernille Egeskov called “HJEM” (home in English.) Pernille Egeskov is a sculptor who interpreted three classic brands with her art: Republic of Fritz Hansen, Georg Jensen Damask, and Dinesen Gulve.
-Swedish rock band Kent has released their new album “Då Som Nu För Alltid” and will have their last music tour this year.
Photo: Anders Haal © Guillaume Roujas
Tags: 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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