Tag Icelandic Fashion

Sif Benedicta Introduces New Collection ‘Benedicta’s Sketchbook’

Individuality and self-expression are two main pillars of Icelandic brand Sif Benedicta. This small brand, run by Founder/Creative Director Halldóra Sif and her husband Kristinn, features high-end accessories, with an

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Interview: Icelandic Fashion Designer Sólveig Adora Hansdóttir

Sólveig Adora Hansdóttir is a newly graduated fashion designer from Iceland University of The Arts. Her work has been a combination of fresh, untraditional mediums, silhouettes, color palettes, and oh so

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Introducing: Benedicta’s Room

Welcome to Benedicta’s Room. Observe the exciting and unexpected color combinations while taking in the 60’s pop art ambiance that inspired Halldóra Sif Guðlaugsdóttir, head designer and founder of brand

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Kyrja | Minimalistic Sophistication

Kyrja is one of my favourite Icelandic fashion design labels. It focuses on high quality design and minimalistic sophistication, proving that ones wardrobe abides by the rule of “less is

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Editorial: The Unobtainable

This editorial submission, called “The Unobtainable”, is photographed at “Kex Hostel” in Reykjavik, Iceland. The location is also the origin for this editorials’ inspiration with it’s decors and settings in

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STAND UP / STAND OUT | Designer Interview

STAND UP / STAND OUT is the project of Icelandic fashion designer Elísabet Karlsdóttir. After graduating from Iceland Academy of the Arts in 2013, Elísabet has worked solely with fur and

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RFF 2015 | Behind the Scenes

We’re taking one final look behind the scenes of Reykjavík Fashion Festival which took place 12th-15th of March and coincided with DesignMarch. The event was definitely one to remember and

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RFF 2015 | A Behind the Scenes Experience

Now that this year’s DesignMarch and Reykjavík Fashion Festival have come to an end, we who attended are left in awe and delightful disbelief by all the wonderfully bizzare and

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