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Heavenly dresses: YDE Copenhagen comes to Paris

If Paris is the place for ethereal, beautifully made dresses, then it makes sense for YDE Copenhagen to cement a presence here. Bringing their mix of Scandinavian cleanness of design and intricate detail to a broader audience is the next natural step for the brand; and showing during Paris fashion week for the first time puts them in good company. In a bright white open…

YDE Copenhagen fall campaign: pristine femininity

You might say that Ole Yde, designer of YDE Copenhagen, defies convention a little with his flourishing, poetically feminine designs. After all, it’s clean minimalism the world expects of the Scandinavian aesthetic. Instead, YDE’s fall 2013 campaign shows what kind of beauty can occur when the pristine nature of Danish design and the luxuriousness of feminine details come together: ruffled hemlines, sheer overlays, and the…
YDE A/W '13 Campaign
YDE A/W '13 Campaign
YDE A/W '13 Campaign
YDE A/W '13 Campaign
YDE A/W '13 Campaign
YDE A/W '13 Campaign
YDE A/W '13 Campaign

Romance in Copenhagen

“I’m from Sevilla, in south Spain,” says photographer Fran Dominguez, “so you can imagine how different it all looks for me here in Denmark.” Dominguez’ shoot, København, presents her point of view of the city. The urban landscape, the nordic faces, the unique and effortless style of dress… all are factors celebrated by her photo series. Celine Albert did the Scandinavian-chic style, and also sourced…
Kobenhavn by Fran Dominguez
Kobenhavn by Fran Dominguez
Kobenhavn by Fran Dominguez
Kobenhavn by Fran Dominguez
Kobenhavn by Fran Dominguez
Kobenhavn by Fran Dominguez

Scandinavian fashion: a new approach to minimalism and deconstruction



It’s rarely a surprise when a collection presented during Copenhagen fashion week starts with a monochromic clean-cut dress and ends up with a strictly tailored multi-layered long shirt. Scandinavian fashion keeps on selling, in a safe sort of way, and those pure, almost clinical lines made the success of many brands, satisfying women in search of an easy form of elegance, without fuss and presenting…

10 top looks from the Copenhagen runways

Copenhagen, the underdog of fashion weeks, is largely overlooked when it comes to the international world of fashion. Copenhagen features some of the most wearable couture pieces that exist in the industry, making it easier for you to bring some designer into your everyday wardrobe. Here is a list of 10 top looks, in no particular order, from Copenhagen fashion week. Take a look, get…

Silo by Joost: sustainable cafe, Melbourne

What does it mean for a cafe to be sustainable? Silo by Joost is creating its own definition, making dreams a reality with its no-waste, sustainable and eco-friendly philosophy. It may be just a dot on the Melbourne map but this unique and inspiring cafe is making the right kind of waves. Find out more after the break.

Scandinavia’s take on spring 2012

While all of us have already been privy to the key spring 2012 fashion collections, it’s easy to misjudge the season’s trends based solely upon what the dominant players are doing. So today we bring you an insight into colours for spring 2012 whose point of origin lies outside the dominant four fashion cities. These are colour trends for Spring / Summer 2012 from Copenhagen, and…

Hubert: simplicity with a twist

Like much of what flows out of the pristine design studios of Copenhagen, Denmark, Rikke Hubert’s pieces are clean and unfussy. Without knowing too much about the label, it seems clear that the objectives of Scandinavian design apply here: these are pieces with a long wardrobe life, that balance minimalism with detail and classic shapes with on-trend colours. A well structured coat is trimmed in…
hubert A/W '11 / '12 Collection
hubert A/W '11 / '12 Collection
hubert A/W '11 / '12 Collection
hubert A/W '11 / '12 Collection
hubert A/W '11 / '12 Collection
hubert A/W '11 / '12 Collection
hubert A/W '11 / '12 Collection
hubert A/W '11 / '12 Collection

5 secrets of Scandinavian design

Turning a complicated craft into an elegantly simple product may be all in a days work for the likes of Apple, but more often than not, it's an art dominated by the Scandinavians. We recently spoke to brand leaders of the Nordic world - from ECCO shoes to Georg Jensen - and found there were common factors influencing their success. We left Copenhagen airport with our pockets full of philosophical gems. Luckily, they made it through customs. Here are 5 of those lessons.

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