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Oslo Fashion Week

Oslo Runway // JohnnyLove

Oslo Runway // JohnnyLove

Last week I showed you the spring/summer 2016 collection of the Norwegian fashion brand Moods of Norway, who opened Oslo Runway AW 2016, Norway’s equivalent of fashion week. The second show that I attended at the event was JohnnyLove, a brand based in Trondheim. JohnnyLove was launched in 2006 by John Vinnem out of a desire to create the kind […]

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Oslo Runway // Moods of Norway

Oslo Runway // Moods of Norway

On Tuesday of this week Oslo Runway, Norway’s fashion week. kicked off their two days of back-to-back fashion shows. This event coincides with all the agencies and brands opening their doors to the public and writing orders for autumn/winter 2016. The main event is traditionally at Moteforum, the hub in Skøyen where most of the mid-market […]

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Moteuka Fashion Shows

Moteuka Fashion Shows

There were in total five fashion shows during Moteuka (Oslo Fashion Week), in addition to the grand show by Oslo Runway which I sadly didn’t get invited to. While Moteuka is open to anyone who is linked to the fashion industry, Oslo Runway operates on a strict invitation only basis. I’ve already showed you photographs from […]

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Fitted & flared

Fitted & flared

On my third day at Oslo Fashion Week I wore my favourite trouser shape, the culottes. These wool trousers are particularly cosy and kept me warm on what was a freezing cold winter day in Skøyen. One of the many advantages of being tall — in addition to always reaching the stuff on the top shelf […]

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