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Ivana Helsinki Festival ⎮ Superwood

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

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Why yoga pants when you can work out in Formal Fridays?

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

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Interview with Finnish Artist ⎮ KARUSOMA

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

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Self(ie) Love Club – Amanda Kiviniemi

Media’s attitude towards women and celebrities’ half nude pictures in product placement images are known for having a negative impact – especially on young women who tend to objectify themselves

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Näytös17 ⎮ Aalto University Fashion show

Näytös, the annual fashion show by design students at Aalto University, is one of Helsinki’s most anticipated fashion events. Tickets are sold out at a glance and among the buzz

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More Art, Less Decoration: Feathr Wallpaper

Crisp clean white walls, mid century furniture, light ash oak timber floor, a few cushions in pastel, contemporary artwork, a furry rug or two and there you have it –

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Pre Helsinki – Samuji F/W15

The Samuji presentation for fall/winter 2015 was held at the brands’ showroom and work space during the Pre Helsinki days. In an apartment that used to be a public sauna

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Jarkko Sipila – Finland’s finest

Jarkko Sipila is a Finnish journalist who has become just as successful on the other side of the limelight, as an interviewee. But why wouldn’t he when Jarkko is given

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Friday Fever: For the Finnish Santa

Belief has it that Santa Claus originates and lives in Finland. The traditional Finnish Santa Claus, or Joulupukki, is known for usually wearing warm red clothes and carrying a walking

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How to keep warm: Nordic Winter Street Style

Wondering how people from the Nordics shop in style when it’s below zero? Wrapped in gorgeous layers, of course! Furs, silks, wools and scarves galore, the shoppers in the Nordic

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