The landmark building that originally served as the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music is being transformed into a grand design hotel. Nobis Hotel Copenhagen, a distinctly Danish and Scandinavian in style and atmosphere is set to open in September 2017.
Scandinavia’s Mardi Gras ‘Fastelavn’ is celebrated on the Sunday or Monday before Ash Wednesday, based on the Roman Catholic tradition of celebrating the days before Lent. It’s above everything a celebration for the children, with a carnival, sweet treats and decorations. Read on to see how to celebrate Fastelavn like a Scandinavian!
This Spring Copenhagen invites to the 10th anniversary of the Copenhagen Sakura Festival, with 200 blossoming cherry trees. 2017 is also the 150th anniversary of Danish-Japanese Diplomatic Relations so the festival is expected to be extra festive.
We are very happy to give a you small sneak peek of Iglo & Indi’s AW17 collection ‘Reykjavik Heroes’. Drawing inspiration from the early 90s, teenage rebellion, grunge music and fashion trend. This is how the designer Helga Ólafsdóttir presents her new collection;
Miss Crios is a Finnish designer who want’s to make life more simple with beautiful yet minimal apparel for children and women. The collections are Nordic nostalgia with a contemporary twist. For AW17 the brand introduces us to the ‘Lumberjack’s daughter’ with cozy checks, a magical fox and a splash of playfulness.
The beloved classic stories of the Moominvalley are making a comeback for Finnish home viewing in a re-digitised and re-recorded version, to face today’s HD standards. The first 26 remastered episodes of the series first aired in 1991, will be released in February.