Little Scandinavian

Design, fashion and lifestyle trends, inspired by the Nordics.

Rock the Goat with delicate Wool and Cashmere for AW16/17

by Scandinavian mum

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Rock the Goat is Scandinavian simplicity and functionality combined with Italian luxury. Premium quality of fabrics and yarns created into contemporary and fashionable styles for girls and boys 3-16 years old, that will last generations. Here is the founder, Malin Lundberg Müller, presenting her new collection.

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Barbican Conservatory to consider for your next Sunday Walk

by Scandinavian mum

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The Barbican Conservatory? Few know about the Barbican and even fewer know that the concrete jungle that was build in the 70’s houses a hidden treasure; a glass-roofed, leafy sanctuary that features tropical plants and trees, birdlife and exotic fish. It’s the second biggest Conservatory in London – and it’s open to the public!

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Independent Fashion, Travel and Lifestyle Magazines to Read

by Scandinavian mum

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When you thought printed publications were finished… we found a new generation magazines on the newsstand. Ad filled, glossy editions from large publication houses have one by one been replaced with ‘slow journalism’ and independent magazines, alluring with it’s compelling writing and stunning photography.

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Minimalisma timeless childrenswear, for when comfort counts.

by Scandinavian mum

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Although it’s only August, you can feel there’s a new coolness in the air, with Autumn just around the corner. I therefor thought it would be nice to draw your attention to a small but oh so lovely Nordic children’s wear brand who specialise in premium natural materials for comfort and durability in a minimalistic, timeless design.

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Re-Kånken backpack Fjällräven take Sustainable Design one step further

by Scandinavian mum

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Superb quality to make it long lasting and sustainable is no longer enough… The new Re-Kånken has been launched, made from one single yarn of recycled plastic bottles. Spin dyed to use less water, energy and chemicals. Ready to be used, travelled and loved. And in the distant future recycled again.

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