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  1. Adnym autumn/winter 2022 collection

    The Stockholm-based gender-neutral label delivers what they describe as "the best collection yet" for autumn/winter 2022

  2. The founder of Swedish brand Adnym on how Stellan Skarsgård wound up wearing their brand on the 'Dune: Part Two' red carpet

    Adnym co-founder Frippe Persson tells us how his cult favourite Swedish brand wound up dressing Stellan Skarsgård for the Dune: Part Two premiere in Paris

    By Allyson Shiffman
  3. Rebecca Ferguson just revived this archive haute couture look for the 'Dune: Part Two' red carpet

    Swedish actor Rebecca Ferguson's look for Dune: Part Two's Paris photocall is plucked from the Givenchy archives

    By Allyson Shiffman
  4. The best dressed Scandinavian stars of the week

    From week to week, our sartorial radar is scanning every fashion moment – from the red carpet to candid home snapshots – as served up by our region's top stars and style icons. Peruse those crowned 'best dressed' by Vogue Scandinavia below

    By Helene Juliussen
  5. Digital Cover: The Quick Style Phenomenon

    For this exclusive digital cover, Vogue Scandinavia heads to Oslo to get to know the three Norwegian visionaries behind the viral dance sensation Quick Style. Captured in mesmerising motion in the historic halls of Vigelandmuseet amongst their dance crew, the trio of founding members share how...

    By Allyson Shiffman
  6. “Out on the ice, everything else disappears”: William Nylander on growing up in an NHL family – and his taste for designer fashion

    During his fan-frenzied time in Stockholm for the NHL Global Series, Swedish-Canadian star hockey player William Nylander took time out with Vogue Scandinavia to chat about family, fashion and unwavering focus

    By Olivia Ekelund
  7. Why you’ll never want to challenge rising star Gustav Lindh to a game of movie trivia

    With delicate good looks and the acting chops to back them up, Gustav Lindh is poised to be Sweden’s next big Hollywood star – a role he’s been preparing for all his life. We meet the self-described movie nerd at, where else, the cinema

    By Eliza Sörman Nilsson