Mira is a freelance makeup artist from the sunniest city in Finland, with arts and traveling close to heart. Now days based in Helsinki, she loves to meet up and collaborate with creative people.
Celebrating five years in the fashion industry, Finnish menswear line FRENN finally opened their flasgshipstore last week – a goal that’s been in mind from the very beginning. Stepping up
Days are getting longer and as the harsh winter-winds turn into warm and gentle breezes, the hope of spring has woken within us all. As protective clothing are stripped of,
Deadwood, the Swedish slow fashion brand, celebrates five years of 100% recycled leather jackets! During these five years Deadwood has amazed the north and grown from a relatively unknown brand to an
Kiasma Commision by Kordelin – some great news for artists! The Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma has teamed up with the Alfred Kordelin Foundation to launch a new funding concept.
Isabella Chydenius (b.1988) is a Finnish interdisciplinary artist working on female and gender issues regarding taboos and societal norms. Her work combines painting, installation, sculpture, text, video and performance, and focuses
Quiet portraits that speak loudly through a soft color palette, heavy feelings displayed in a calm and harmonious way. The atmosphere and mood in the pictures focusing on the female
Danish brand Munthe, founded in 1994, is well known for their personal touch and innovative details to classic and elegant pieces. Their Pre-Spring 18 collection is no exception. The brand presents
Music performances at the hotel rooftop, in the sauna, in the heart of the forest; talks about love, feminism, animal rights; contemporary art and cool visuals; all for visitors to
Formal Friday is an innovative Finnish clothing label playing with the traditional terms of sophisticated clothing. Questioning why your clothing shouldn’t fit your day to day attire, the guys at
KARU = rugged, stark SOMA = cute, pretty One Friday afternoon Ville Ruso, the artist behind the art brand Karusoma, opened up his studio for the public and anyone was