February news: Stine Goya fans, take note – The Danish designer just dropped sunglasses for the first time

By Vogue Scandinavia

Photo: Stine Goya

Indulge in the latest sartorial launches and stay au courant. Below, Vogue Scandinavia lists the releases to keep on your radar this February

Stine Goya fans, take note – The Danish designer just dropped sunglasses for the first time

Stine Goya, the Danish brand renowned for its effervescent designs and vivid colour scheme, is now expanding its sartorial horizon by launching a collection of sustainable sunglasses – made entirely out of responsibly sourced materials. “I am so excited to be adding sunglasses to our offering”, says the brand’s namesake founder and creative director, Stine Goya. “They’re the perfect accessory for upgrading any outfit or adding that finishing touch.”


These vintage-inspired shades launch just in time for spring and come in two different colourways – moss green and juicy orange – making us tingle with anticipation for the sunny months to come.

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By Rebecca Hyde-Price Aggestam

Photo: Stine Goya

This colourful limited edition capsule captures all the best shades of Spring

Eclectic colours and silhouettes are emblematic of & Other Stories, and now the Swedish brand’s latest limited edition capsule heralds a sparkling springtime wardrobe. “The palette is uplifting, filled with vibrant colours and blooming prints, perfectly paired with flowing silhouettes that provide everything you need for day-to-evening occasions”, says Malin Sone, head of design.

“When creating this exclusive capsule collection, we wanted to find a contemporary expression that was both luxurious and relaxed”, Sone continues. As such, the collection features a festive lineup of ready-to-wear, spanning one-sleeved dresses accentuated by fringe trim and high-low hemlines, while the accessories are all aligned in gold metallic. It is a collection that takes us through the coming festivities, from Easter to Midsummer and beyond.

The collection is now available in selected stores and online at

By Rebecca Hyde-Price Aggestam

Photo: & Other Stories

Feel sustainable and sleek with Bovenue’s first vegan bag

Since the Saudi Arabian handbag brand Bovenue first launched in 2012, sustainability has been front of mind. Created from zero-waste leather, using leftover leather pieces from major luxury brands, Bovenue is taking another step on the sustainability ladder. “We are very focused on doing our part in reducing our carbon footprint by creating collections that are sustainable and using what is currently available in the world,” says Reema Amer, founder of Bovenue.

New for this year, Bovenue is set to launch two styles, with designs stemming from the brand's signature mini square box bag, this time around using vegan material. “Our first vegan collection is designed using Damask fabric, which is versatile, heavy-weight, durable and easy to clean whilst still luxurious and bold. If anything, this material lasts in pristine condition longer”, says Amer.

We’ve got our eye on the Nawal handbag in olive green that perfectly embodies the brand's sleek fuss-free designs.

The Ghada bag will be available from February 25th and the Nawal will launch March 1st via

By Rebecca Hyde-Price Aggestam

Buckle up: Tiger of Sweden’s noughties bestseller is making a nostalgic comeback

The 'Tiger' belt, an iconic piece from Tiger of Sweden's archive, is returning to the sartorial spotlight. Renamed the 'Phoenix', the new update incorporates its predecessor's classic design detail while breathing new life into this statement accessory. "Taste is something highly changeable, and there will always be a transition period before we can once again admire what was", says Bryan Conway, Tiger of Sweden's creative director. "It is only now that we can pick up this old design and appreciate it again."

The nostalgic statement belt is available in black and white, featuring the brand's emblematic tiger head. Sported on many a tastemaker during the noughties, this reincarnation proves that some sartorial sidekicks deserve a second go-around.

The Phoenix belt is available via and in Tiger of Sweden stores and selected retailers from 2nd of February

By Rebecca Hyde-Price Aggestam

It is in our “jeans” to crave Arket’s new denim collection

Arket’s denim line has long been a beloved part of the brand, and now it is receiving a sartorial update. The new Arket Jeans line-up will feature 17 models in total, divided over womens- and menswear. “I personally love jeans and wear them all the time, all year around,” says Alma Ekman, head of womenswear. “For me, denim and especially the iconic five-pocket silhouettes are a must in my wardrobe.”

The updated denim program offers a refined, feminine silhouette with soft washed finishes giving the classic wardrobe staple a more relaxed touch. “Arket’s DNA is very much based on clean-line approaches that live beyond momentary trends. From my perspective this is the core of the Arket Jeans launch, where denim is perhaps the most timeless wardrobe essential that exists'', says Erik Schedin, head of menswear at Arket.

The collection will be available the 23rd of February on

By Rebecca Hyde-Price Aggestam

One watch to rule them all: Hublot’s new collaboration with Takashi Murakami is the trade of a lifetime

The third wave of the acclaimed collaboration between watch giant Hublot and Japanese artist Takashi Murakami brings yet another series of beautiful timepieces to the world. Pushing the boundaries of engineering and art, the pair have created thirteen unique watches and accompanying NFTs that together form a complete, one-of-a-kind collection.

Inspired by Murakami’s iconic smiling flower, twelve of the watches depict the famous icon in one solid hue of gleaming gemstones. The thirteenth watch, and the crowning jewel of the collection, is a dazzling rainbow of petals that spin with the wearer's movements.

And if that weren’t enough, the purchasing of the watches is as exciting as the pieces themselves. Collectors will during a one year period be able to trade the 12 unique NFTs on the platform OpenSea. And only the owner of all twelve will be eligible to purchase the final watch, the Classic Fusion Takashi Murakami Black Ceramic Rainbow.

Happy hunting!

Online sales start in early April 2023, exclusively available at

By Olivia Ekelund

Photo courtesy of Hublot.

Kasthall’s classic Chanel-inspired bouclé rugs get a revamp

Scandinavians have been decorating their homes with Kasthall rugs for over a century. Their beloved bouclé material, first fashioned after Jackie Kennedy’s iconic Chanel suit, has been a staple since its introduction in the nineties. Now, the historic brand is updating its fan favourite with an array of new colour combinations.

The classic bouclé rugs – such as the woven Esther and Terrazzo, and the tufted Lav – are being introduced in eighteen new chromatic expressions ranging from ‘Skagen Blue’ to ‘Blond’. With Kasthall’s tone-setting timeless design and quality, these distinctive pieces are sure to carry on the tradition: cushioning the floors of generations of Scandinavians to come.

Kasthall’s rugs are available to order in the Kasthall flagship store on Ingmar Bergmans gata 4 in Stockholm, in the Kasthall store on Baltzarsgatan 28 in Malmö, as well as with select retailers. Price is upon request.

By Olivia Ekelund

Photo: Kasthall

OAS launches their long-awaited womenswear, and we're craving summer as a result

Since 2010, OAS has embraced warm Swedish summers with its laid-back yet playful resort attire. And while its menswear ensembles have been considered unisex by tastemakers since launch, the brand finally ventures into womenswear.

Featuring bold patterns in earthy hues, the new womenswear stays true to the brand's core designs. "Although large parts of the women's collection differ from the men's, both in terms of pattern and fit, the brand's DNA is still clear in terms of materials and consistent feel," explains Camilla Lindqvist, OAS's new head of womenswear. "We did not seek to contrast the men's collection, but rather enhance it, with feminine elements and complementary models and silhouettes,"

The styles evoke romantic weekend getaways, resort stays and lazy days at the beach. Our personal favourite? The reversible swimwear for its fantastic versatility. "Thanks to the tactile materials in our swimsuits, they are just as nice to style with a skirt or trousers as they are to swim in," says Lindqvist.

The collection is now available at

By Rebecca Hyde-Price Aggestam

Photo: OAS

Sweat like a Ganni Girl with their new high performance sport collection

Athleisure is getting a revamp. A street-style favourite for years, now Ganni is moving to dominate a new space: athletics. Following several successful teasers, the Danish brand makes sportswear a permanent part of its eminent world. “It’s been a long time in the making, and we’ve worked super hard to find the right responsible high-performing materials and get the expression just right,” says Creative Director Ditte Reffstrup of the new launch.

“I really wanted to create something that fits the many different ways we incorporate movement into our lives and make it feel super fun and versatile,” she continues. Featuring their telltale leopard print and logo, the collection of thirty-some styles provides an elevated sporty look that can be worn seamlessly both in and out of the gym.

And, as always, sustainability is at the top of the brand’s list. The pieces are all made from recycled nylon and polyester, so there’s no need to feel guilty about making room in your closet for a couple new (cute) sports sets.

The Ganni Sport collection is now available in store and online at

By Olivia Ekelund


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Cloud-like interiors are here to stay with these hand-tufted Danish rugs

Season after season, Scandinavia continues to lead the way with dreamy interiors that could be easily confused with a cumulus-filled sky. A case in point, Danish rug master Linie Designs latest spring collection comprises hand-knotted pieces in elegant tones of soft short pile that feels like clouds under your feet.

Described by the brand as a “study in tranquillity” the Soft Savannah offers a solid base to anchor your living spaces, while the Halo Cloud adds textural contrast in its warm cotton and wool construction and bouclé end framing.

The collection is now available at

By Rebecca Hyde-Price Aggestam

Piaget’s new perpetual calendar watch might be the secret to being on time

It’s a timepiece that has donned the wrists of everyone from Björn Borg, Ursula Andress to Roger Moore. And now, Piaget's polo watch has received a most modern update, with the addition of a perpetual calendar, designed to advance the day, date and year until 2100, including months, moon phases and leap year cycle. You’ll never have an excuse to be late again.

This work of art watch truly celebrates Piaget’s expert craftsmanship. Available in gold or steel, the timepiece features an eye-catching emerald-green dial – an artistic touch that ensures the design is instantly recognisable.

The watch is now available at

By Rebecca Hyde-Price Aggestam

This season, our pick of trendy platforms comes in butter yellow

In Scandinavia, springtime is sacred. And it is this effervescent seasonal feeling ATP Atelier tries to capture with its spring/summer 2023 collection, spanning a range of barely-there silhouettes in different colourways. “The light is slowly coming back, and with that, nature slowly awakens,” says Maj-La Pizzelli, creative director of ATP Atelier. “One of the first flowers to bloom in spring is the yellow Mimosa, which therefore serves as the most important shade in the colour card of the brand’s spring 2023 collection.”

As a result, the specific shade of this buttery yellow bloom came to colour one of the brand’s trendiest styles for the season: the chunky Cellole heel.

While a 12-centimetre heel may seem daunting, the ankle strap with gold hardware and ample platform help keep us secure. After all, we will be sipping mimosas while smelling mimosas and wearing Mimosas this spring.

The Cellole heels in Mimosa are now available on

By Josefin Forsberg

ATP Atelier

Cellole heels in Mimosa

Yellow platform heel from ATP's spring/summer 2023 collection

Via ATP Atelier

These earrings are the perfect mix of “Indian extravagance and Scandinavian minimalism”

Mehrotra’s new jewellery treads the line perfectly between minimalism and decadence. Their delicate and unique designs are a product of the eponymous brand’s founder Sofia Mehrotra’s Indian and Swedish heritage, which has resulted in pieces that straddle both “extravagance and minimalism.” Designed to seamlessly pair with her main collection, Mehrotra said she intends for her jewellery to be what “adds that little something extra, without taking over.”

Hand-picked from one of their favourite family-owned jewellers in Mumbai, the materials are entirely sourced from India where a harmony of silver, semi-precious stones and mother of pearl are crafted by hand resulting in fine yet wearable earrings, ideal for everyday. “For me, jewellery adds something completely extra and is extremely personal. My hope is that the person wearing a piece of jewellery from this curated collection will feel the same,” says the designer.

The collection is now available at

By Olivia Ekelund

Photo: Courtesy of Mehrotra

The shades to sport all season, “even when naked!”

Luxury eyewear brand Flatlist and celebrity stylist Veneda Carter are back with the second drop of fashion’s favourite frames. The coveted eyewear by the Danish superstylist and jewellery designer (who’s resumé includes head stylist for Yeezy and personal stylist to Kim Kardashian) have that hard-to-manufacture blend of vintage feel and future design. It’s easy to see why the likes of Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Rosalía have picked a pair as their go-tos.

Paying tribute to the glory days of MTV, when hip-hop and R&B reigned supreme, the hotly anticipated second drop updates the distinctive silhouettes with a fresh colour scheme of grey with golden glitter and silver with blue lenses. “I wanted something that felt timeless but futuristic and I feel like we accomplished that with the new colourways” says Carter of the new collection. “[They] feel super elevated compared to our first drop. They are playful, yet classic and universal.”

And the golden question: how to style them? Carter gave us the perfect response to match the feisty frames: “they work with everything – even when naked!”

The Flatlist X Veneda Carter collection is now available at

By Olivia Ekelund

Flatlist X Veneda Carter

Disco in Crystal Grey

Remedy a bad night’s sleep with Juna’s colourful bedding

If tastemakers like Matilda Djerf and Linn Eklund are to be believed, we should leave white sheets behind. With the onslaught of colourful options on our social media feeds – from dainty florals to vibrant solids – we find ourselves searching for updated bedding.

Luckily, Danish textile company Juna just released a playful new line of bedding for the upcoming season. Featuring the brand’s signature check, it comes in two contrasting colourways: a perky peach and lavender combination or a soothing mix of sky blue and sandy beige. No matter your personal preference, it’s safe to say that we’re keen to see these two-toned sheets move in.

The novelties are now available exclusively in retail stores.

By Rebecca Hyde-Price Aggestam

Juna pillow covers arranged on a navy chaiselounge

Photo: Juna

“A unifying factor was folk tradition”: Nordic Knots’ new rug collection will bring an injection of colour to your home

Swedish rug brand Nordic Knots has onboarded acclaimed interior architect Giancarlo Valle for its latest range of floor (or wall) furnishings, infusing vibrant, earthy hues inspired by Valle’s colourful childhood home in South America together with Nordic folklore art.

The designer embellishes each of the finely crafted rugs with his own hand-drawn designs. “It was always important that I blend personal elements from my roots with Nordic Knots' Scandinavian heritage. During our deep dive in the creative process, it became clear that a unifying factor was folk tradition, which exists in nearly every culture and is almost like a universal language. We wanted to distill that down into its simplest form”, explains Valle.

Boosting Nordic Knots’ international design credentials, the collaborative collection comprises four rugs, crafted by hand in artisanal bathes using signature New Zealand wool, and finished with unique cut-out corners.

The collection is available now at

By Rebecca Hyde-Price Aggestam

Photo: Nordic Knots

First seen on Remain’s runway: This is Georg Jensen’s new jewellery line

Set to swoop into our jewellery boxes, Georg Jensen’s latest launch – the Arc collection – is a sculptural wonder designed to mould perfectly to the body with its curves and contour. We got a first taste of the collection during Copenhagen Fashion Week as the brand partnered with Danish fashion brand Remain, sending heavy silver chains and swooping hoops down the runway.

Inspired by the modernist design period, the period’s sculptural and geometrical shapes have defined “many of Georg Jensen’s most iconic pieces,” says creative director Ragnar Hjartarson. “It challenged perspectives, while exploring the boundaries between jewellery and art, which is the very essence of the Arc collection.”

The collection is available now at

By Rebecca Hyde-Price Aggestam

Photo: Georg Jensen

Shine bright with these statement drop earrings from Ragbag

When you think of Scandinavian jewellery design, you’re bound to think timeless and minimal – those kinds of pieces that completely transcend the trend cycle. Danish Ragbag continually fits the bill with its sense of understated luxury, but this season, the brand takes a slightly bolder approach in its designs.

The spring collection intertwines more daring statement pieces with precious stones, while matching gilded hoops, drop earrings and bangles are eye-catching yet suitable for everyday wear. For an earthy touch, Ragbag calls on gemstones such as white agate and blue chalcedony which add sparkling glints of subtle colour.

The collection is now available online at

By Rebecca Hyde-Price Aggestam