We all know that the fashion industry is moving fast - but does it really have to? Or can it also be done in a slower way? We talked to the co-founder of the new fashion brand ArtFusion Copenhagen about her thoughts of sustainability, art and fashion.
Tanja and Tine started their makeup brand Miild out of their own need for allergy friendly beauty products. We talked with them about their passion for sustainable products and how they have created the beauty business of their dreams.
After a career as a producer, Thilde Kristensen switched to solely focusing on styling flowers. With great success: Within short time, she has become one of the most demanded creatives in Copenhagen.
Sundra Essien has a long list of interesting work places on her resumé. We met her in Isangs, her hair and body shop, for a talk about her products and the path that lead her to Copenhagen.
It takes courage to create your own business, especially within food. Nevertheless this was exactly what the founder of Drops by Samira did, and now she can call herself owner of a luxury candy brand.
Nikoline Tengler has been taking pictures on travels for many years. Now, she's translating them into two travel blogs, one in Danish, one in English - all while developing an own, unique style.
Can you believe there are people that can write "candy producer" on their business card? What sounds like the ultimate dream à la Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is reality for the young entrepreneur Emma Bülow, founder of The Mallows.
Caroline's blog Rainbowdash has existed since 2011 and is a wonderful source of inspiration on fashion and styling. She told us about her favorite shops in Copenhagen and how she thinks blogging has changed.
Where do these delicous photos that you envy on Instagram come from? If they are from Copenhagen, chances are high they were made by Sweet Sneak Studio. We interviewed the cool creators behind it about their love for food and melting ice cream in summer.