Category Design

Pure White

Enjoy the pure minimalism of monochrome and style your outfit with simple, yet sophisticated white garments. An outfit full of clean lines has an elegant outcome. “All white” trend has

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Something Nordic for your wrist

Koppel 317 – Georg Jensen Classic Southampton Lady – Daniel Wellington Santina Rosegold – Dyrberg/Kern Alabaster Nevil – Triwa Islandus 1919 – JS Watch co. Koppel 421 – Georg Jensen Umber Lomin

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Kalevala Jewelry Rocks

Kalevala Jewelry is trendier now than ever before! They teamed up with legendary Michael Monroe, the frontman of  Hanoi Rocks. This musician is always known to have noticeably strong glam

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New Creative Director Gives Gap A Fashion Makeover

Gap Inc. is a clothing brand known for its laid back and comfy style. The company was founded in 1969 and now has 5 divisions, namely Banana Republic, Old Navy,

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Do you know your ABC’s?

Using the alphabet on the walls of your home can be both beautiful and educational. What’s not to love? Below are my favorite ideas for using the alphabet to decorate

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Scandinavian Metallics

Pop-up your home and wardrobe with some scandinavian metallics. Create an edgy look to your style by adding a bit of metal in it. More and more metallic embellished shoes,

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My first Fiskars

Finnish company Fiskars has been around for a while. The first pair of scissors from Fiskars was made over 130 years ago and the company was originally founded in 1649.

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Bake me a cake… or just a lamp

We are in love with this lamp, what an original idea from the Norwegian designer duo Morten & Jonas. The lamp is made of oak wood and smoked tinted glass, which

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Ígló SS13

Icelandic children’s brand Ígló is popular for all the right reasons. The brand is cute, colorful and most of all wearable designs that are made to keep both parents and

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The hub for North Atlantic culture

A great way to experience North Atlantic culture is by visiting the North Atlantic House, located in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is a cultural center that allows visitors to experience the

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