As Lily Collins tackles the many nuances of French culture (to varying degrees of success) on our screens as Emily Cooper of Emily in Paris, our latest digital cover story reveals that Collins' own heart truly lies in Scandinavia. Well, Denmark, to be specific. Here, Collins joins Emil Glaser, head of Juno Bakery in Copenhagen, to learn the ropes of becoming a true Dane – hygge and all
The best place for anyone to start their Danish cultural education? A cosy bakery in Copenhagen, of course. A crash course in Denmark's key phrases, arguably nonsensical counting system and ubiquitous cycling culture would not be complete without a side of rødgrød med fløde (red porridge with cream), jordbær, hindbær and brombær (strawberries, raspberries and blackberries), and most importantly, en kaffe med havremælk (a coffee with oat milk).
Join Lily Collins as she dons an apron and steps into the kitchen of Copenhagen's Juno Bakery where the magic – of both the cultural and baked goods kind – happens.
Directed by: Ditlev Rosing
Talent: Lily Collins and Emil Glaser
Stylist: Marie Heyman
Makeup Artist: Morten Kongsbak
Focus Puller: Ida Gabriella
Gaffer: Valentin Christensen
Sound: Toke Gelardi
Producer: Julie Hyld
Special thanks to: Juno Bakery in Copenhagen