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CPHFW AW20 – Backstage: GANNI

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Spring 2020 Style Picks from Our Top Nordic Brands

Spring is fast approaching, and we’re so glad for perhaps more than just one reason. Not only are we ready for the longer days and the optimism of a fresh

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CPHFW AW19: Ganni – An Earthly Display of Personalities and Another Lust-Worthy 66° North Collaboration

Danish IT-brand Ganni and the Icelandic outerwear brand 66° North, have teamed up for another season. The collaboration involves exploration and processing of Ganni’s playful, unexpected and confident style, and mixing with

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4 Knitwear Trends to Style this Winter

As soon as the temperature drops below zero, we all fear for our sense of style freezing up too. However, layers and bulky knitwear can still be fashionable – picking

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CPHFW SS19: Ganni – A Summer of Glamorous Outdoor Fun

Inspired by the Scandinavian tradition of wild camping, GANNI are taking their girls on weekend roadtrips canoeing, hiking and camping out under the stars. The SS19 collection ‘Paradis’ is centered

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Ganni AW18 – Embodies the Carefree Spirit of the Ganni Girl

Entitled ”Angels”, the AW18 collection by Ganni is, according to creative director Ditte Reffstrup, inspired by Wim Wender’s movie Wings of Desire, the brand’s constant muse Fredreikke Sofie and also

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Ganni SS18 – Chic Summer Comfort for the Global Citizen

Ganni are the epitome of cool right now in the fashion industry, just ask any Copenhagen fashionista or any fashion editor anywhere, for that matter. Every season they expand further

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10 Favorite Looks from Copenhagen Fashion Week

Here are our 10 favorite looks from Copenhagen Fashion Week. These are looks that inspire, provoke, or simply have that extra something. Also, you can find our favorite looks from

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5 Black Essentials For a Complete Scandinavian Summer Look

It is definitely not the end of summer, yet that doesn’t stop Scandinavians from wearing their favourite colour. The people from up north are known for their minimalistic style, but

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