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Scandinavian Designers how I love thee!

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I have become a big fan of Scandinavian designers over the last several years. Sleek efficient styles that are well made.

 

I hope folks will share some others  (and products) that they like too!  That is really the point of this thread - to get some new ideas.  

 

Below is my list of designers by country.  I also included the stuff I like/own for each designers.

 

Denmark

 

(1)  Mismo:

 

I love my soft navy work bag:  https://www.mismo.dk/collections/briefcases/products/soft-work-navy-dark-brown

 

I want to get the navy backpack and maybe the navy suit carrier

https://www.mismo.dk/collections/backpacks/products/backpack-dark-blue-dark-brown

 

(2)  SNS Herning:

 

I have 4 stark cardigans.  They are very well make, sleek and durable.  

http://www.sns-herning.com/men/product/stark-cardigan-15

 

I also have 2 helix long sleeves which are excellent.  The metallic is my favorite.

 

the new reference jackets look pretty sweet, too.

 

 

 

Sweden

 

(1)  Dunderdon.  

Kind of like a Swedish Carhart.  

 

I have a tan version of this jacket. 

http://www.dunderdon.de/en/products/outerwear/parka-men/j25-canvas-parka-dark-brown.html

 

(2)  Hestra.

I only have one pair to date but like them very much.

 https://hestragloves.com/dress-gloves/en-us/gloves/sport-classic/20450-deerskin-wool-tricot-man-five-finger/390100/

 

 

 

Norway

 

(1)  Norwegian Rain.  Stylish, well make and warm overcoats.  I have the Moscow in black herringbone and really like it.  And it is warm! 

 

http://norwegianrain.com/products/moscow

 

I am thinking about getting one of these 3 for spring rain.  Most likely the double brested.

http://norwegianrain.com/products/nutter-s-petrichor-mid  in mixed navy

 

http://norwegianrain.com/products/geneve-homme  in desert khaki

 

http://norwegianrain.com/products/double-breasted  in khaki.  

 

 

 

Iceland.

 

(1) Farmer and Friends  

A small local brand I ran across.  An interesting rustic look.  

 

I got the Keldur on sale in brown and its a nice casual coat.  Icelandic wool I think.  

http://farmersandfriends.is/products/keldur 

 

I keep meaning to get the Muli cardigan but it hasnt gone on sale so I need to suck it up.

 

http://farmersandfriends.is/products/muli

post #2 of 7
Denmark has many good brands. Norse Projects still has very well made simple products and Han Kjobenhavn has their own bad boy aestethic with bit of a more aggressive fit. At least on par with SNS sweaters Andersen - Andersen makes very simple and stylish fisherman sweaters. Sweden has also Acne Studios. I am happy to own 2 of their leathers and one sweater.
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Denmark has many good brands. Norse Projects still has very well made simple products and Han Kjobenhavn has their own bad boy aestethic with bit of a more aggressive fit. At least on par with SNS sweaters Andersen - Andersen makes very simple and stylish fisherman sweaters. Sweden has also Acne Studios. I am happy to own 2 of their leathers and one sweater.

 

thanks Tuma.

 

I am looking into those.  Which sweaters do you own from Acne?

 

I am also looking for a spring rain coat and Norse Projects has some nice options.  Now I just need to find a NYC retailer that carries them.

post #4 of 7

Nothing out of Finland?

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Finland seems to be a periphery what comes to menswear / street style. Even though there is logical reasons for that too Finland being slightly colder place than other Scandinavian countries. Any way there's some quite interesting Finnish brands. For example R-collection is a outdoorsy casual brand making very good quality stuff based on Finnish relaxed mentality. Think cottage, camping and stuff like that.

From Acne I have bought over sized sweater called Fant. And Oliver leather jacket.
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thanks Tuma.

 

R-collection reminds my a bit of Dunderdon.

 

Its a shame the Dunderdon store closed in NYC.

post #7 of 7

Nice indeed. Thanks for sharing those links. I have some labels from Denmark and love it. The quality is quite nice.

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