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  1. Watch: The Swedish designer hand knitting fashion’s greatest icons

    Get to know Stockholm-based knitter Erica Laurell Hedberg who has crafted everyone from Björk, Patti Smith and even our very own Martina Bonnier

    By Anna Clarke
  2. Barbara Potts on motherhood, vintage hand-me-downs and her go-to pieces

    Barbara Potts, the Copenhagen-based cofounder of Saks Potts, shares all that has and hasn't changed for her since becoming a mother: from her creative process to her personal style

    By Liana Satenstein
  3. Meet the Danish woman who can get her hands on the world’s rarest luxury items

    “The more restrictions they’re making, the more business I have," says Martina Harts, the savvy, Copenhagen-based founder of Fomo Call. We find out how she gains access to the world's rarest and most unattainable luxury pieces

    By Allyson Shiffman
  4. This is the Copenhagen pre-loved fashion destination that's adored by influencers

    When some of Scandinavia’s most stylish people like Pernille Teisbaek, Annabel Rosendahl and Maria Kragmann are enthusiastic about a luxury second-hand shop, you know it has to be good

    By Lara Oliveri
  5. 5 essential style lessons I learned from my dad

    As father's day approaches style writer Lauren Bravo, author of How To Break Up With Fast Fashion, looks back at the fashion tips she's garnered from an original normcore pioneer: her father

    By Lauren Bravo
  6. Trash turns to treasure in the hands of artist Oliver Sundqvist for newly-opened Public Service Gallery

    The artist's inventive, large-scale works form the inaugural exhibition for the new Stockholm gallery

    By Allyson Shiffman
  7. Cecilie Thorsmark wore a custom-made Mark Kenly Domino Tan dress to her Copenhagen wedding

    The CEO of Copenhagen fashion week worked hand-in-hand with the designer to create a pared-back bridal look for her big day

    By Anna Clarke
  8. "It's choking to witness": Inside Kantamanto, one of the world’s biggest second-hand clothing markets

    What happens to the world's secondhand clothing waste? The reality of this is unsettling, but one organisation is attempting to turn the tide

    By Johanna Ljunggren