Bunad – Norwegian Traditional Costumes for children

The Norwegian traditional costume, also known as "Bunad", is a striking outfit for special occasions. There's also bunad for children, which are truly stunning, fairytale creations. The bunad today would be used in weddings, constitution day and other special events. The design is specific for areas, and you should wear the costume from where your family is originating. The bunad with all the...

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The Sami side of life featured in Monocle

Monocle is a lifestyle magazine and website founded by Tyler Brûlé, a Canadian journalist and entrepreneur. Once described as a "meeting between Foreign Policy and Vanity Fair", the magazine provides a globalist perspective on issues as fashion, international affairs and design. Little Scandinavian absolutely loves this magazine which serves as far more than just coffee table decoration. Highly...

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The Sami people, the natives of the North

The Sami people (also known as Lap, Lapp, or Laplanders) are the Nordic countries' only official indigenous people, inhabiting the North of Scandinavia, Sápmi. Non-Sami and many regional maps have often called this same region Lapland, but this term can be either misleading, offensive, or both. Among the Sami people, Sápmi is strictly used and accepted. Sápmi is located in Northern Europe,...

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