We might seem to feature brands from Scandinavia a lot recently. However, the fashion that is coming from that part of the world is stellar. We can’t help but share more brands with you that we know you will love.

If we had to define Scandi fashion, it would be hard to do. However, we will attempt to do just that. Nordic brands have a laid back clam aura, they are achingly cool, without even trying. These brands all have something that you can’t put your finger on, but you know you need it. In short these brands are just everything we want to be in life!!

Keep reading to find 7 Nordic clothing brands that editors love.

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Samsøe & Samsøe

Established in 1993 in Copenhagen, Samsøe & Samsøe is a Denmark based company that offers affordable and incredibly well made clothes. Ignoring trends, drawing on Denmark’s renowned design
tradition to result in minimalist, and more importantly accessible clothes.

The clothes have a very gentle nod to streetwear, but overall are genuinely wonderful garments. There is an indefinable something about the pieces, that define them as the perfect nordic design.


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Won Hundred

Known for their love of denim and leather. Won Hundred is a brand that is infused with Rock and Roll. This has over time have shaped the heart of their identity. Think of Won Hundred as your very own Scandinavian Cowboy.

With a generous and open way of designing, a large amount of Won Hundred’s collections are unisex. We love their amazing trainers, and brand leading jeans.


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Based in Sweeden, but utilising the modern European style of France, Stand is a modern and exciting brand. Only in its 5th year, Stand has amassed quite a following. Mega Fans include style influencer Lucy Williams and Man Repeller founder Leandra Medine-Cohen.

We love their fuzzy bags, faux fur coats and chic leather day dresses.


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Bruuns Bazaar

Founded in 1994 , Copenhagen based Bruuns Bazaar was the first Danish brand to be added to the Paris Fashion Week schedule in 1999. They are a huge component of Scandi Style. Think easy style, cool comfort and smart shapes.

We love simple shapes, in bold colours. Layer skirts with bold knitwear. Lovely day dresses sit well with bold blazers.


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Designers Remix

Designed by Charlotte Eskildsen, Designers Remix is a danish fashion brand based in Copenhagen. Started in 2002, Eskildsen has been committed to pour Danish design heritage into her designs. Danish design icons, organic modernism and functionalism are key factors in every aspect of her creative process.
We love the bold use of colour, and delicate details. Designers Remix is a fun and accessible ready to wear line we really love.


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Mads Nørgaard

Copenhagen based brand, Mods Nørgaard is committed to slowing the pace of fashion. “When we create our new collections season after season, you should always expect a core of classics as our fashion point of departure. For women and for men. Also in those instances where we challenge conventions, and ourselves.”

We love their core collection of separates that word well for so many wardrobes.


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House of Dagmar

This Sweedish based brand founded in 2005 by three sisters, Karin Söderlind, Kristina Tjäder and Sofia Wallenstam who decided to pick up the legacy after their late grandmother: Dagmar. Channeling their Grandmothers sense of style and impeccable standards much fo the labels output is inspired by architecture and contemporary art.

House of Dagmar creates sustainable and expressive collections with knitwear at the core. We adore their exceptional outerwear.


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