Maria Grazia Chiuri presented a spell-binding collection that demonstrates how fashion and technology intersect. The runway saw the House’s heritage and iconic architectural constructions take on new tech functions through a collaboration with technology company D-Air Lab
Last year Prada revealed the new face for famed perfume Candy. The ambassador isn’t a celebrity or a supermodel it is a computer-generated avatar aptly named Candy. Here’s how marketing looks in the age of the metaverse
Modern science has led to many incredible and life-saving innovations, but the power of thin air is a lesser-known territory. Here, Vogue Scandinavia explores how products made out of air can teach us more about sustainability and resources within beauty
This is what happens when the creme de la creme of the Nordic gaming world, Martin 'MrSavage' Foss Andersen, Herman Tømmeraas, Emil 'Nyhrox' Bergquist and Jacob 'Pimp' Winneche, go head-to-head
Will Daniel Ek's latest venture, Neko Health, do to healthcare what Spotify did to music? We sit down with co-founder and CEO Hjalmar Nilsonne – and step into the scanner ourselves – to find out
Each week, Vogue Scandinavia’s beauty editor Josefin Forsberg curates the newest and most noteworthy products to have landed in the beauty cupboard. From Olaplex's venture into lash care to some TLC for tired eyes, these are the latest releases to add to your beauty arsenal
Over the last decade, the fashion scene in Finland has seen a significant shift towards technology and inclusivity. Our Gender Fluidity expert, Mikko Puttonen, explores this ten-year-long transition at Helsinki Design museum's new exhibition 'Intimacy'
For its latest capsule collection, Filippa K introduces pioneering fibre technology to its long-time textile mill partner. We speak to the brand’s vice president of sustainability, Jodi Everding, for the full story – and why it matters
With a penchant for pre-loved fashion and a star on the rise, Swedish actress Alicia Agneson lets us in on her aversion for technology and what it was like to portray the woman behind the term 'Stockholm Syndrome'