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  1. Vogue Scandinavia Sounds: The curated soundtrack of Issue 11

    With a new issue, comes a whole new playlist to soundtrack your life. Here, listen to the curated playlist of Vogue Scandinavia's April-May issue

    By Doris Daga
  2. The Gotlandish carpenters making waves with their woodwork

    As featured in Vogue Scandinavia's April/May issue, Ringvide's hand-crafted expressive pieces – vest described as woodworking origami – are turning heads across Scandinavia and beyond

    By Josefin Forsberg
  3. Skam-alumni Herman Tømmeraas on growing up: “I experienced a couple of years of everyone believing I was a douchebag”

    It only took 10 minutes of screen time for Norwegian actor Herman Tømmeraas to become a full-blown superstar. Now, the Skam-alum is subverting his boy-next-door good looks to play charismatic bad guys on the big and small screen. We go on a coveted date with Scandinavia’s boyfriend

    By Eliza Sörman Nilsson
  4. Praya Lundberg takes Hollywood: “I did over 100 auditions”

    Though she’s considered the Angelina Jolie of Thailand, actress Praya Lundberg is one half Swedish and proudly so. Now, armed with three million followers and a dream, she’s set out to conquer another far off land: Hollywood

    By Anna Clarke
  5. Knit your own arm warmers with this exclusive Vogue-approved pattern

    Creating something of your very own, by hand, always feels extra special. So if you’re looking for ways to while away the hours this Easter break, then go back to basics and try your hand at crocheting. Knitwear designer Ellen Subraian, featured in Vogue Scandinavia's April / May issue, shares an...

    By Anna Clarke
  6. Meet Denmark’s king of liquorice Johan Bülow

    If there’s one Scandinavian delight that puzzles the rest of the world, it’s liquorice. Salty and intense, the tar black treat has long been a controversial anomaly on the international candy scene. Armed with little more than a dream, one Danish man set out to change all that. We travel to Lakrids...

    By Lars Roest-Madsen
  7. This Swedish tribute band awakens national treasure Bellman from beyond

    The star of playground jokes and drinking songs, Carl Michael Bellman is deeply embedded in the collective Swedish consciousness. A prolific poet and musician who regaled King Gustav III in the late 1700s, Bellman’s influence is still deeply felt – so much so that we were inspired to put together...

    By Allyson Shiffman
  8. “There’s something about black that calms me”: Cult Danish designer Camilla Stærk through the lens of Helena Christensen

    Danish designer Camilla Stærk’s singular pieces, marked by black leather, untreated wood and a certain dark romanticism, have enjoyed a cult following since she launched her namesake brand 20 years ago. With a new furniture line and a high-profile design project on the horizon, Stærk has sparked...

    By Gabriele Dellisanti
  9. On the nose: Step inside the laboratory of smell artist Sissel Tolaas

    From bank notes to invasive seaweed, mounds of earth to warm human flesh, virtually everything known to this planet has a distinctive smell. In a studio-slash-laboratory in Berlin, Norwegian fragrance scientist and artist Sissel Tolaas is cataloguing the lot of them – with over 10,000 smells and...

    By Hili Perlson
  10. This Stockholm restaurant is a time machine to the 18th century

    The only appropriate venue for Vogue Scandinavia's very own Carl Michael Bellman tribute band, as captured in our April - May issue, was Den Gyldene Freden in Stockholm. Over the course of 300 years, the walls of this establishment have witnessed a lot

    By Anna Clarke
  11. Travel through the seasons with these exclusive watercolours from artist Erik Jeor

    Life in Scandinavia is shaped by two things: nature and light (or, for over half the year, the lack thereof). Describing the power of these unknowable forces is near impossible. Luckily, Swedish artist Erik Jeor possesses the unique ability to capture both, in his arresting watercolours. We invited...

    By Saskia Neuman
  12. Rebel with a (clothing) cause: The ‘80s is back with a bang

    The most decadent decade of all – yes, we’re talking ‘80s – gets a raucous revival. Over-the-top has never been so rebelliously understated

    By Olivia Ekelund
  13. Honing in on hips: Why Rococore should be the latest addition to your fashion dictionary

    This is not your great, great grandmother’s crinoline. Exposed cages and whimsical hoop skirts stage an unexpected comeback, made modern with a humble T-shirt or hint of exposed midriff

    By Josefin Forsberg
  14. "It was one of those magical fashion moments": Letter from the editor

    "Even sitting outside in a slip dress, in zero-degree weather, perched on a rock like Den Lille Havfrue, Zara was delivering." Vogue Scandinavia's editor in chief Martina Bonnier on Vogue Scandinavia's ground-breaking cover story for the April - May issue, and the unmissable stories within

    By Martina Bonnier