2002 Results
  1. Vogue Scandinavia celebrates one year of Nordic style, storytelling and sustainability

    "I knew I wanted to do something different. I wanted to disrupt this industry. I wanted to show what Scandinavia and the Nordics can offer." - Martina Bonnier, editor in chief of Vogue Scandinavia

    By Vogue Scandinavia
  2. Vogue Scandinavia celebrates one year of Nordic style, storytelling and sustainability

    "I knew I wanted to do something different. I wanted to disrupt this industry. I wanted to show what Scandinavia and the Nordics can offer." - Martina Bonnier, editor in chief of Vogue Scandinavia

    By Vogue Scandinavia
  3. Alicia Vikander and Martina Bonnier

    Letter from the editor: "She reminds me of Greta Garbo, for her serene beauty, yes, but most of all for her air of integrity"

    In Vogue Scandinavia's June-July issue, editor-in-chief Martina Bonnier welcomes the future and ponder the similarities of Alicia Vikander and Greta Garbo

    By Martina Bonnier
  4. “I’ve been sober for 13 years but I consider my work to be trippy as hell”: Inside icelandic artist’s Shoplifter’s hair-raising world

    The artist behind Björk’s iconic Medulla cover look is bringing her technicoloured installations to the furthest reaches of the planet. We catch up with Shoplifter as she arranges her latest acid-trip-esque experience

    By Josefin Forsberg
  5. A website haunts an unsuspecting girl in this exclusive story by John Ajvide Lindqvist

    Novelist and Let The Right One In author John Ajvide Lindqvist is Sweden's horror superstar. Now, the acclaimed writer casts his creepy gaze upon technology in a short story published here in print for the very first time. We invite internet-fluent artist Arvida Byström to bring this tale to life...

    By John Ajvide Lindqvist
  6. Not so innocent: Why it’s time to re-think white this season

    Step into the light in fifty shades of white. A clean slate goes unexpectedly maximal by way of opposing textures and shapes – ruffles and bra tops, paillettes and lace, accented with dashes of black. The angel’s shade has never been so devilishly daring

    By Marie-Claire Chappet
  7. national day

    6 Norwegian fashion insiders on celebrating 17.mai

    Janka Polliani, Marianne Theodorsen, Ceval and more share their tips on navigating traditions and having a ball for Norway's National Day

    By Sophie Axon
  8. From pop-star to politician: How a gay single dad became the first black member of Finnish parliament

    At the intersection of historic and iconic, you find Jani Toivola. The first black MP to join Finnish parliament, he is also a pioneering artist who has endured isolation and discrimination, been a crucial advocate for marriage equality and grappled with his identity after meeting a brother he...

    By Sagal Mohammed
  9. ditte

    “Don’t have a mental breakdown, stay sharp”: Artist Ditte Ejlerskov on creating a ‘cult’

    In a church-turned-gallery in Copenhagen, Ditte Ejlerskov presents a cult of her own making. While the Danish artist once looked to external factors to inspire her work – including tabloid images of Rihanna – she now looks within, exploring her own being through pieces that enchant and mystify

    By Saskia Neuman
  10. Alma magazine photo

    “People were calling me ‘Billie Eilish’ from eBay”: How Alma’s neon hair and pop tunes are stirring up the internet

    Born in Kuopio and raised on the internet, Alma is Finland’s foremost rising pop star. With unmissable neon hair and an origin story that includes an appearance on Finland’s Idol, nothing about Alma is expected, not even her sound – unapologetically pop. We meet the artist through a computer screen...

    By Doris Daga
  11. Lene Aqua without watermark

    “I was forced into using my little girl voice”: Aqua’s Lene Nystrøm on the legacy of Barbie Girl

    As the frontwoman of Aqua, Lene Nystrøm is Europop royalty. On the 25th anniversary of the Danish-Norwegian band’s breakout hit ‘Barbie Girl’, the artist opens up about Aqua’s unusual band dynamics as well as its unprecedented rise to icon status

    By Eliza Sörman Nilsson
  12. Mads Samuel Bjerre Henriksen

    #MyVogueScandinavia: See avatars Lili and Masculinius model the latest spring/summer 2022 looks

    Regardless of their age, gender or otherworldly qualities, Mads Samuel Bjerre Henriksen’s avatars are all reflections of the artist himself. We invite the Danish digital designer to dress two of his virtual characters in looks fresh off the runway

    By Jennifer Nilsson
  13. Vivienne Westwood

    Bloom or bust: When it comes to this season’s florals, think big

    Florals for spring? Ground-breaking… But this season, don't expect wilting daisies. SS22 petals are packing some serious punch. Gone are the darling buds of May, delicate vines and quaint chintz motifs. Instead, think oversized and unapologetic. This trend is not for wallflowers

    By Marie-Claire Chappet
  14. Emelie Lindmark Christmas celebrate 2022 festive

    6 industry insiders share their guide to doing Christmas right

    With Christmas approaching, we’re quizzing the Scandi style set on their bustling celebrations – from go-to outfits to must-have decorations. Emelie Lindmark, Chloé Schuterman and others tell us how they will be celebrating

    By Linnéa Ruiz Mutikainen
  15. 6 industry insiders share their guide to Christmas in Copenhagen

    Vogue Scandinavia gathers together Cathrine Saks, Trine Kjær, Naomi Anwer and more to spill the gløgg on their must-visit spots to make merry in the Danish capital

    By Anna Clarke
  16. How to get Alicia Vikander’s wet-look hair from Vogue Scandinavia's cover shoot

    Wet-look hair is the epitome of laid-back cool, which made it the perfect vibe for Alicia Vikander in our Vogue Scandinavia cover shoot. Here's how to get the look yourself

    By Fiona Embleton
  17. Merging with nature part 1 III

    How hypnosis can help us overcome limiting beliefs, phobias and fears

    Forget the "look into my eyes" magician stereotypes. Hypnosis is increasingly being used as an effective tool to combat everything from OCD and extreme anxiety to phobias and addiction. Here's what you need to know

    By Matilde Wergeland
  18. Thora winter headscarf

    6 industry insiders on the beauty products you need to survive winter

    How do the fashion set keep their skin looking so effortlessly good? Thora Valdimars, Dunia Dosh and more share their must-haves for the winter...

    By Anna Clarke