Work in English

My work in English includes articles and interviews for i-DDazed, Glamcult, Scön!, BricksA New Type of Imprint, Oslo Runway PaperBrygg MagazineTableau Paper, and the official LFW Handbook

SCHÖN!: Bedroom fantasies: staying hysterically glamorous in the love house

Writer Caroline Krager, stylist Marko Vrbos and photographer Anna Rosova have joined forces to tell a story of personal space, how it is created and the daydreams born within it. Bedroom Fantasies: Staying hysterically glamorous in the Love house explores these ideas, pairing styles from up-and-coming designers with interviews with the designers themselves. Krager leads this Schön! exclusive Q&A.

Novembre Magazine: Show Report on Charlotte Knowles SS20 show during LFW

".....The series of earthquakes that is the #metoo movement has catalysed the nouveau vague of feminism-as-girlpower-quotes and embrace-your-body-selfies on social media. That catalyst has also undoubtedly affected the fashion industry. We've seen a wide array of brands attempting to empower women by meshing the classically feminine and soft with the bold, covered-up and almost armour-like in their collections...."

Meet photographer Dusan Reljin, known for his late nineties Calvin Klein campaigns with Kate Moss

«...From those epic late nineties Calvin Klein campaigns with Kate Moss, to working with an endless list of the worlds most well-known brands and celebrities, collaborating with the Serbian performance artist Marina Abramovic and filming and directing music videos for the trip hop band Massive Attack— this is the story of a man, DUSAN RELJIN, whose work as a photographer has picked him up and shaken him around the world, time and time again...»

A product designer’s mission to elevate everyday objects from the mundane to the absolutely alluring

«...A product designer’s mission to elevate everyday objects from the mundane to the absolutely alluring has taken her from the drizzly cobblestoned alleys of Bergen down to the sparkly urban Berlin and back again. An epoch instilling in her an infatuation with numbers, a longing for timelessness, a question of her connection to her Scandinavian roots — and most importantly — a quest to discover sparks of unfamiliar color within familiar territory...»
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