Christmas Decoration by Iittala

We just discovered these simple yet so gorgeous baubles by Iittala... On our wish list for this Christmas! Add to your collection of Christmas decoration with Iittala’s five piece red glass ball set. Each delicate ornament is mouthblown and comes with grey textile ribbons to hang them on the Christmas tree. From the palest pink to the richest red, each glass ornament reflects its own unique...

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My favourite Women’s Winter Coats for 2019

The winter coat is perhaps one of the most worn items in your wardrobe during the colder months. A lot of coats on the market is either practical or fashionable. But what if we don't want to compromise? We've sourced some of the top Scandinavian labels to share our favourite coats for 2019, to wrap up in style and stay comfortable - even when the temperature drops. Fleischer Couture Sirius is...

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Ganni Repeat, a new sustainable rental service

Got an event on but nothing to wear? Danish fashion brand Ganni has launched a rental service for all its customers; say hello to Ganni Repeat! According to Ganni 39,900 tonnes of textiles end up in landfill every year, in Denmark alone. With this in mind the Scandi cult brand is on a mission to contribute to a more sustainable, circular fashion industry - and increase the longevity of the...

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Scandinavian Christmas Markets London 2019

The 24th December is the highlight of Christmas in Scandinavia. After enjoying an abundant Christmas meal with your family, everyone is waiting for that special knock on the door, which means that that the 'tomte' or 'nisse' has finally arrived with the presents. But it all starts a month earlier, usually with the marking of the first Sunday in Advent, which will fall on the 1st of December this...

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The best Scandinavian Christmas Calendars 2019

Originally a tradition coming from Germany, the Advent Calendar was introduced in Scandinavia in the 1940s and it used to be in cardboard. One new imagery was to be revealed every day, in a 24 day count down to Christmas, which in Scandinavia is celebrated on the 24th of December. These days the reusable gift calendars are popular as well as a few figurines and sweets calendars. Make the...

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Siskin by Mamaowl

Danish mum Anna spotted a gap in the market when she had her first baby. She was looking for clothing in organic merino wool/silk and merino fleece to keep her new baby warm and comfortable, when she discovered that her favourite brands from Denmark was not available in the UK. This led her to set up Mamaowl with the first order ticking in in 2012. The shop has since then gone from strength to...

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Dark and Moody Interior by Rue Verte in Copenhagen

Rue Verte is a high-end interior design shop situated in the historical centre of Copenhagen, surrounded by trendy bars, restaurants, exclusive fashion and vintage stores. With a great appreciation and understanding of fine materials and superb craftsmanship, Rue Verte (french for Green Earth Street) is  known for its signature style with high end designer as well as brand collaborations. In...

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Best Coffee in London 2019

It might not come as a surprise that the world's top coffee consumers by country live in the Nordics, with 12kg per person per year in Finland, 9.9kg in Norway, 9kg in Iceland, 8.7kg in Denmark and 8.2kg in Sweden. In comparison, it's 2.5kg of coffee per person per year in the UK. When purchasing coffee in London there are several coffee roasters that have a strong commitment to sustainability...

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Sustainable kidswear by WAWA Copenhagen SS20

We are so pleased to bring your attention to a delightful children's brand from Denmark, WAWA, with the designer combining Scandinavian minimalism with her Indian heritage. WAWA is an organic children’s wear brand for ages 2 to 10 years, that wishes to nurture the child’s sense for simple details as well as environmental awareness. The clothing are made entirely of sustainable fabrics and...

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Little Savage from Denmark

Little Savage launched two years ago, in 2017 with a mission to bring us back to nature, by offering carefully crafted long lasting children's clothing. Sustainable in every possible way; Little Savage produces their clothing in not only organic merino wool but it is also biodegradable. There are no dangerous toxins in the fabrics and the German manufactured leather has the highest environmental...

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