The Nordic ‘Fashion Weeks’ are just around the corner and so is the turn of the seasons. There are new collections being released, new campaigns, and big film titles – get updated with our weekly Nordic News!
–Freja Beha Erichsen is one of the new faces of Michael Kors! The campaign was captured by Mario Testino who wanted to portray the 70’s inspired collection with a modern touch.
-The Swedish actor Alexander Skårsgard plays Tarzan in the latest recreation of the story, directed by David Yates – The Legend of Tarzan. The movie was released this week in Scandinavia but on its debut weekend in the U.S. it raked in $38 million in box office sales.
Also recommended: Nordic Model Spotlight: Freja Beha Erichsen
-Our favorite, Alicia Vikander looked like a star for the Jason Bourne world premiere! The dress was designed by Louis Vuitton, a personal favorite of the actress.
–All Blues is a Swedish jewelry design brand created by Jacob Skragge and Fredrik Nathorst who are known for their bracelets and rings. They’ve just designed a new collection called Hungry & Satiated Snakes, which is their first collection that includes earring and necklaces.
-The Danish watch/jewlery brand, Skagen, has opened up their newest shop (complete with its own workshop) on the world-famous Champs-Élysées in Paris.
-In their new festival-inspired summer collection, Bik Bok has used four of Sweden’s top bloggers in their campaign. Angelica Blick, Elsa Ekman, Victoria Törnegren, and Lisa Olsson whom all posed together in the Californian desert, the perfect festival backdrop.
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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