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  1. Chris Hägglund Rinzén illustrations

    #MyVogueScandinavia: Meet the portrait artist whose work embodies the term ‘Scandinavian minimalism’

    Using lines to create illustrations of women that celebrate the beauty of the female form, Chris Hägglund Rinzén is the latest creative to feature in our #MyVogueScandinavia series within the December - January issue

    By Jennifer Nilsson
  2. #MyVogueScandinavia: You need to see the corset creations of this stylist-designer duo

    While stylist Nina Exposito Holmen and fashion design student Maren Ruud both hail from Norway, their creative collaboration was born in Berlin. Together, they bring Ruud’s corset-heavy creations to life by way of powerful images

    By Jennifer Nilsson
  3. #MyVogueScandinavia: Benjamin Tarp is using fashion photography to create his very own fairytales

    Drawing inspiration from fear and death as well as the Scandinavian light, this fantastical photographer should be firmly on your radar

    By Jennifer Nilsson
  4. #MyVogueScandinavia: The Ocean Sculptor

    Danish artist Trine Brigitte Bond lets the ocean guide her lyrical ceramic artworks. Having worked with clay for almost half her life, she’s finally found her voice and it’s making a big splash

    By Jennifer Nilsson
  5. #MyVogueScandinavia: Where are they now?

    A whole year has passed since Vogue Scandinavia launched its inaugural issue, incorporating the very first two profiles uncovered via our #MyVogueScandinavia hashtag. Since then, 12 up-and-coming talents have been featured – we reached out to see what they’ve been up to since

    By Jennifer Nilsson
  6. 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
  7. Lovisa Josefsson

    “Fashion should represent society, and today, society is more inclusive": Lovisa Josefsson is a model activist

    “What if someone that isn’t disabled gets inspired by me? By the clothes I’m wearing or the fact that I dared to do this. That would be huge.” Lovisa Josefsson knows fashion can make a difference, if only it’s willing to try. On the occasion of her very first photoshoot – for Vogue, no less – the...

    By Jennifer Nilsson
  8. #MyVogueScandinavia: Meet the photographer forging her own path in her fifties

    After a life spent surrounded by horses and photography, Stockholm-based Anna Jarlhäll has found her calling in uniting her passions

    By Jennifer Nilsson
  9. Tina Signesdottir

    #MyVogueScandinavia: How this photographer uses Nordic light to create melancholic yet beautiful images

    Bathed in Norwegian light, photographer Tina Signesdottir’s melancholic images are distinctly, unmistakably Nordic. A born artist who imbues each photograph with endless emotion, her portraits tell a timeless story of our region

    By Jennifer Nilsson
  10. 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
  11. Sandra Hagelstam wears Zimmerman blouse and Marella trousers


    From Zimmermann to Marni, here are Sandra Hagelstam’s top tips for dressing up this spring

    For 160 years, Stockmann has been the place for fashion-savvy Finns to find their next wardrobe treasure. Now, Vogue Scandinavia’s shoe expert Sandra Hagelstam inspires our spring/summer occasion wear by styling the latest drops at the department store

    By Josefin Forsberg
  12. Meet the surrealist photographer who draws from ‘90s sci-fi classics

    Helsinki-based multi-hyphenate Anna Poleteli creates surreal sci-fi worlds in a single image. Bustling with humour and bursting with colour, the artist’s work is a topsy turvy fantasy. The sort we’d like to dive right into

    By Linnéa Pesonen
  13. Meet the embroidery artist bringing Finnish landscape to life

    Finland-based embroidery artist Polina Laamanen concocts 3D renderings of flora and fauna so meticulously detailed, they must be seen to be believed. With a self-invented technique, the artist brings the Nordic landscape to life

    By Linnéa Pesonen