From the makers of THE KILLING comes Danish drama The Legacy (Arvingerne) on Sky Arts in late November. Following the death of internationally-renowned artist Veronika Grønnegaard, THE LEGACY traces the story of Veronika’s four adult children, whose distinctive upbringing has affected their lives in very different ways.
Danish Royal Jeweller Georg Jensen is opening a Pop Up Boutique in London, in Westfield’s Luxury Village on Saturday 15 November -just in time for Christmas!
We are happy to introduce Snaps & Rye -a new Danish restaurant that opened only weeks ago in Notting Hill, bringing an exciting new Scandinavian restaurant and shop concept to the buzzing food scene in London.
My Autumn survival strategy, comfort food and late nights including a glass of wine or two after a long day at work, combined with being surrounded by rumbling radiators are simply not doing wonders for my skin. Everything is drying up, fine lines are appearing and puffy eyes has become an issue. So in the constant search for a miracle (so I can continue my bad habits) I discovered these tips, on how to fight baggy eyes!
Summer ends with a bang, with an explosion of colour in the forests. This is the season known as ‘ruska’, when the autumnal reds, browns and yellows are especially beautiful on the moors of Lapland. Autumn is a to enjoy crisp and sunny days after a frosty night.
Fashion blogs, do you read them? Well, as this is sort of a fashion blog, and you are reading this, I guess you do. But do you find yourself less so? Well, if you have a few minutes spare and would like to rediscover the world of blogs, I have a few , both fashion and lifestyle, I’d like to recommend.
A lot more than hair and scissors. Enjoy a coffee from Tim Wendelboe whilst carefully selected vinyls are playing in the background. Indulge where trends starts, allow yourself a break from everyday stress and dive into the style sanctuary at Clou Oslo.
With a range of new events, deals and competitions the 2014 Ski and Snowboard show London is set to be bigger and better than ever! With the ski season in Scandinavia only a month away, we can’t wait to get a head start at Earls Court in London this week.
This morning, going through a box of winter woolies, I was rekindled with one of my favourite scarfs, this one by Norwegian designer Kristine Vikse, a designer I admire and respect. And when I met her in person, she was so down to earth and lovely as well. So I wear this this Fragments of Norway scarf with pride and fondness. For those of you who doesn’t know me, I’m a scarf person. I love silk, silk/wool blends or pure wool. Soft fabrics in lush colours, tied around the neck with a sweet bow, accessorising your outfit or draped around your shoulders to stay comfortable and stylish this Autumn.
Competition is fierce in the world of fashion and photography. But there’s one man that stands out from the crowd, with the way he’s capturing fashion and natural beauty. Rasmus Mogens was born in Copenhagen Denmark in 1974. As the grandson of the famous Danish architect and design Børge Mogensen, creativity flows through his veins.