It’s an exciting weekend not just for football fans, but for everyone in Northern Europe who will (hopefully) be cheering on Iceland in tonight’s quarter final game against France. Football aside, there has been a lot of other things happening in the Nordics like new collections, new brand collaborations and more.
-Designer and actress Jenny Skavlan has designed a new jewelry collection for David Andersen. She has worked with the brand before and was a brand ambassador for a long time. Her new collection, which is inspired by summer, is feminine and feature opals in most of the pieces.
–Kuosit, a brand from Helsinki, released their new collection during Pride Week and dedicated it to celebrating diversity and pride.
Recommended: Kousit’s Helsinki Pride Collection
–The New York Times predicted Aarhus to replace Copenhagen soon and says the city will be “Europe’s next hot- underground- grown- up- scruffy place to be.”
-It has been officially confirmed: Céline will open a store in Bibliotekstan in Stockholm.
–Alicia Vikander‘s “off-duty look is every bit as glamorous as her red carpet style”, is what Vogue wrote in an online feature about the Swedish Oscar winner. She had been spotted in West Hollywood wearing a lace top, jeans, sandals, and a Louis Vuitton purse.
–Norwegian artist and blogger Tone Damli is collaborating with the company Glossybox (who delivers boxes to your doorstep filled with new samples of beauty products). The box Tone Damli designed is dedicated to summer and called “Every Summer Has a Story.”
Tags: Nordic 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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