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Christmas Traditions

Tomorrow is Christmas Day, so any wish you do not make today will need to wait for next year. That also means that all preparations should (hopefully) be finished, presents

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New housing for The Living Art Museum

The Living Art Museum or Nýló is one of the oldest artist-run museum and a venue for contemporary visual art in Europe. It is committed to the presentation of work

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Friday Fever: Last Weekend

The Nordics had quite a busy music and culture schedule last weekend, with world-renowned events warming up inhabitants and visitors. Stockholm Film Festival In Sweden we had the launch of

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Friday Fever: Nordic Style Mag X Spotify

Happy Friday everyone! Nordic Style Magazine is dedicated to bringing you the best of the Nordics in culture, fashion, design and today, music! For this Friday Fever we bring to

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Style Interview: Rakel Unnur Thorlacius

We at Nordic Style Magazine are happy to present to you one of the most bad ass and stylish individual in Iceland; Rakel Unnur Thorlacius. This Nordic beauty has been

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Finnish Design around the world: Suomi PRKL! Design in Reykjavík, Iceland

Finland has become known and loved throughout the world for unique design. Over the next few weeks we will bring to you the great many stores and concepts we have

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New joyful decor items

Many beautiful decor items are being published every month from the Scandinavian brands. I find it enjoyable when new things are being published, it’s interesting to see the final result of

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Reykjavik Art Festival 2014 – A Cultural Feast

Today, the Reykjavik Art Festival 2014 starts  for the 28th time under the heading Nicht Fertig / Not Finished.  There is much to see and experience at the festival which

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Bad investment: Bought breasts instead of a car

Helga Finnsdóttir, a Political Scientists, is an Icelandic woman who regrets breast enlargement she got as a teenager. She has been in the Icelandic media, criticising the easily accessible procedures

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Icelandic art in China

[col_half] [/col_half] [col_half_last] Icelandic artists have truly reached the international scene. Currently, there is an exhibition of the Anthony J. Hardy Collection in Hong Kong, China, running until November 24th

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