Step back to the 1970s with Vogue Scandinavia's fashion editors as we channel the decade's free spirit - with a fresh Nordic spin
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Blue denim, billowing silhouettes and bohemian details: eclectic 1970s style always finds its way back to our wish list. This season, consider a Scandinavian spin on the free-spirited decade.
Below, our fashion editors hand-pick elevated Nordic pieces which nod to the bohemian era, with recycled materials, small-batch production and responsible practices at the fore.
Blouse by DAY Birger et Mikkelsen
Danish brand DAY Birger et Mikkelsen's pussy-bow blouse is made from recycled polyester with a touch of stretch. The floaty plisse fabric drapes elegantly through the body and sleeves, with a slightly oversized fit.
Jeans by AMENDI
AMENDI's jeans deliver an iconic '70s silhouette with an exaggerated flare and a flattering high-waist fit. They're made from a blend of recycled and organic cotton, with 36% refibra fibres and 1% recycled elastane for low environmental impact. The Swedish label achieves the classic wash through sustainable nano-bubble technology and water-saving lasers.
Earrings by ANNELE
Handmade in ANNELE's Finnish workshop, these pistachio-inspired earrings are meticulously crafted to form an eruption of glass crystals, suspended from 18k gold-plated hoops. As part of the brand's slow fashion ethos, each pair is made-to-order from locally produced materials.
Beaded bag by Pura Utz
Founded in Copenhagen, Pura Utz works closely with a community of women in Guatemala with a commitment to fair trade and respect. This pouch bag, which is the perfect size for your purse, phone and lipstick, has been entirely handmade from 24,500 tiny glass beans and has an adjustable 120cm shoulder strap. The piece comes with a 'transparency receipt' outlining the full story behind its design and production.
Floral dress by Ivana Helsinki
This printed dress was produced in Ivana Helsinki's family-operated atelier in the Finnish capital. It falls to the knee with soft gathering through the front and voluminous short sleeves. The style forms part of the brand's annual collection which only produces two drops per year, to ensure responsible and sustainable operations.
Maxi dress by Stine Goya
Stine Goya's maxi dress is cut from lightweight viscose, with adjustable ties at the waist and an in-built slip. The Danish designer took inspiration from American artist Kerry James Marshall to create the floral design, which is enhanced with recycled sequins. The family-run business integrates new material processes into each collection to mitigate its impact on the environment.
Bracelet by Sophie By Sophie
Swedish brand Sophie By Sophie's bracelet encases the wrist with a fine chain which joins at an enamel green four-leaf clover. It's formed of gold-plated recycled silver, which is produced by a manufacturer with certification guaranteeing ethically and ecologically approved processes.