Category Danish

Introducing NOABURO: Nordic Minimalism meets Japanese Kawaii – And they are in Love!

Two years ago, Junko and Jacob opened the doors to their new shop on the lively street Jægersborggade in Nørrebro, Copenhagen. Jægersborggade is known for its many unique shops that

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Copenhagen Spring Street Style: Part 1

We headed into the streets of Copenhagen to see what stylish people we could catch at the 2nd Birthday of one of our favourite stores, Noaburo in Jægersborggade! Prepare yourself

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UNIQLO Launches in Denmark with ‘Always At Home’ Campaign

Leading Japanese apparel company UNIQLO celebrate their arrival in Denmark this month, by launching their new ‘Always at Home’ campaign, celebrating the Scandinavian balance of simplicity and innovation. To help them

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Envii SS19: Copenhagen Meets LA This Summer

The sun hasn’t made up her mind yet about this whole Spring thing, so instead we’re relishing in the brand new Spring/Summer collection brought to us by Envii. Right in time

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CUTENESS ALERT: Trine Tuxen’s Fortune Cookie Necklace

Trine Tuxen has released THE CUTEST necklace of the year so far! Staying true to Nordic minimalism, but bringing in a bit of food play, the Fortune Cookie necklace is

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Cecilie Bahnsen Launch Their Extended Vision To A Brand New Digital Platform

The traditional way of online exploring can step aside – Cecilie Bahnsen has brought a new digital extension of their vision of modern femininity to an online platform! We are

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Designers Remix Pre-Fall 19: Unimposing Femininity

One of Denmark’s leaders when it comes to circular fashion and style responsibility, Designers Remix’s Pre-Fall 19 Nostalgia collection is personal to the designer, but also reflective of modern Scandinavian womanhood.

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Top 5 Sustainable Danish Designers To Watch

In light of recent events, when students across the globe walked out of their classrooms to protest their government’s climate change inaction, we have been inspired to share sustainable options

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Cleo De Laet – Your Next DIY Fashion Project

In Scandinavia, the mentality of fashion designers seems to be doing a 180° turn. From fast-produced, poor-quality clothing to garments that are meant to tie in with current trends, but also

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Interview: Rebecca of Veras Vintage on Personal Style and True Meaning of Sustainability

Swap, exchange, recycle, buy second-hand – that’s what Copenhagen-based vintage clothing company Veras promotes. Started by fashion entrepreneur Rebecca Vera Stahnke in 2015, it’s responsible for the hugely popular monthly flea markets

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