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  1. Max Mara Resort 2023

    “She was a socialist socialite”: Meet the new muse inspiring Max Mara's Resort 2023 collection

    Set in the lush gardens and brutalist architecture of Lisbon's Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Max Mara's latest collection was an ode to the revolutionary woman and the feminine feminist

    By Josefin Forsberg
  2. What happened the day Iceland's women went on strike

    On this day in 1975 an estimated 90% of the country's women downed tools and stopped working as part of the strike for women's rights in Iceland. Here, one of the original protestors Guðrún Jónsdóttir reflects on what galvanised the country's women back then and how, still today, there's much work...

    By Lauren Crosby Medlicott
  3. Opinion: "Watching these events in Iran unfold has been heart-wrenching, but I’ve never been prouder to be an Iranian woman"

    Iran has been gripped by wide-spread protests following the death of Mahsa Amini. As the first death sentence to a person arrested for participating has been issued, the Iran-born Swedish-raised brand director of Axel Arigato Sanaz Parham, shares her fears, rage, hope and pride over Iranian...

    By Sanaz Parham
  4. Meet the feminist film festival director bringing horror to the heart of Reykjavik

    Lea Ævars, festival director of the RVK Feminist Film Festival, previews the 2023 event, with a look at the key directors (from the Nordics and beyond) to take note of this year

    By Laura Hall
  5. What is femme-washing and why is it so toxic?

    For decades, we’ve heard endless brands and companies pledge their support for women with feminist messaging. We’ve seen the infographics on Instagram, the shared quotes from feminist icons and product campaigns condeming the partichary. But how many of them are actually practicing what they preach?

    By Sagal Mohammed
  6. The Scandinavian women changing the face of Arctic exploration

    Polar exploration has traditionally been wrapped up in machismo, but things are changing. These extraordinary women are not only making important scientific breakthroughs on climate change, they're also helping to shatter the "ice ceiling"

    By Siobhan Reid
  7. The Finnish 'computer detective' fighting image-based abuse

    You can spot a mural of 'ethical hacker' Mia Landsem on Trondheim’s Wall of Feminism

    By Marie-Claire Chappet
  8. This collection of 12 scarves directly supports the revolution in Iran

    A newly released short film by new—land, Iran e-Man, tells the story of the unique scarf collection by Pairi Daeza that has brought together 12 Iranian artists all around the world, sparking hope in the face of current oppressions. Vogue Scandinavia sits down with the designers and the film's...

    By Clare McInerney
  9. First Aid Kit

    Don't miss Swedish folk duo First Aid Kit in Stockholm – for a very special charity cause

    Get your hands on the hottest tickets in Stockholm this October, as non-profit organisation Talita hosts a night of great music (and positive impact) featuring popular duo First Aid Kit

    By Linnéa Pesonen
  10. “Women, Life, Freedom”: Marking 1 year since Mahsa Amini’s death

    Sanaz Parham, the Iranian-born Swedish-raised brand director of Axel Arigato, pens a reflection on all that has come to pass in the year since Mahsa Amini's death – and what Scandinavia can do next to support

    By Sanaz Parham
  11. Kelly Gale in Cult Gaia

    Kelly Gale, Elsa Hosk and Matilda Djerf have all joined a cult – Cult Gaia that is

    With a hyper feminine line-up of flirty silhouettes and girly prints, the LA-based brand has mastered the art of dressing up

    By Josefin Forsberg
  12. 20 years on, Danish label Custommade is still the antithesis of Scandinavian fashion

    Dubbed the 'Miu Miu of Scandinavia', we dive into the feminine frills of Custommade to mark the brand's 20th anniversary as a master of maximalism

    By Josefin Forsberg
  13. Organic period care brand Yoppie reclaimed Men's day in the name of menstruation

    Vogue Scandinavia's Eco-Beauty Expert Babba Rivera reminisces on Yoppie's takeover of Lamb on International Men's Day in honour of menstruation

    By Babba Rivera
  14. Berglind Rögnvaldsdóttir

    #MyVogueScandinavia: How this Icelandic artist is freeing the nipple

    Berglind Rögnvaldsdóttir’s glittery artworks are a feminine fever dream, cast in the light of her native Iceland. But beneath her pleasing pink aesthetic is a powerful story of womanhood and reinvention

    By Jennifer Nilsson