Through a philosophical approach to her work as well as her infinite need to create, Liv Ranfelt takes graphic art to a new level, creating pieces that reflect human emotions, thoughts and the society we live in. Read the interview with the young Danish artist here.
Social media consulting, fashion design, finance management, marketing, writing, content creation... Elina Neumann has done it all and now she shares her thoughts and advice on beauty, blogging, traveling and more.
American Vouge, New York Times Magazine, Costume and other internationally known magazines are on the list of Joséphine Löchen's clients. What for Joséphine started as a free time passion and hobby turned out to be her wildly successful career.
Laura managed to find and maintain a fun and edgy way to let her personality shine through fashion, as well as to inspire others to do the same. We interviewed the Copenhagen based designer and blogger Laura Tønder about her fashion blog and style inspirations.
Beautiful shapes, sofas in beige, artistic impressions and clean-cut Nordic aesthetics: Fashion blogger Cecilie Krog has made a name for herself with her Scandinavian Chic style that embraces minimalism and calm colors like midnight black, white and grey.
ArtNight is bringing the concept of creative parties to Europe. The company is growing fast with more and more excited customers - and the painting part is only the beginning. We talked with Aimie about how they got started.
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.
These days, everything is turning into a more visual universe - thanks to Instagram and other social media networks that leave endless space to fill with your own aesthetics. We talked with Victoria Steiner who has made styling her profession.
Have you ever dreamt of creating the perfect dress for yourself? Selecting the fabric, drawing the pattern and sewing the final product? Sofie Sol did just that, and her dresses are not only comfortable, but also colorful eyecatchers which have taken over Copenhagen.