With our love of blogs, here are a few of our favorite outfits this week mastered by different and wonderful Scandinavian bloggers. Blogger, Finland/London: Sandra Hagelstam at “5 inch and
I’m a big fan of cheese and wanted to introduce you a Finnish delicacy called bread cheese. Bread cheese is a fresh, traditionally made cheese and it’s also known as
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.
This is a traditional dish from Lapland, Finland. It is very easy to make and great dish for anybody who loves game meat. You will need: 500 g Reindeer roast
I love cooking quick and easy meals during the week and that inspired me when I was planning my recipe for this week. This recipe is great for busy evenings
Fashion Film Festival, or simply just FFF, was organised in Helsinki on 4th–7th of April. FFF presents films focusing on fashion and design and was collaborating this year with Season
Spring is here and what better way to celebrate than putting fresh flowers in one of these Nordic designer vases. Finnish brand Iittala added some new colors to their
The Ivana Helsinki brand is a great part of the recent Finnish fashion history. The brand was founded 15 years ago by Paola Ivana Suhonen and her sister, Pirjo Suhonen.
Located in New York tomorrow? Finnish musician Anni Mattila will be performing with a band at Ivana Helsinki store in New York tomorrow at 5pm, 251 Elizabeth st., New York. Anni
Marimekko and Aesop, Melbourne-based creator of superlative products for the skin, hair and body, launch a collaboration inspired by the rituals of Scandinavian bathing culture. The result is Aesop-Marimekko Sauna Duet,