A graduate of the London College of Fashion, Edda Gimnes is known for her bold, graphic aesthetic. The designer mixes monochrome hand printed designs, made with her non-dominant hand, with voluminous silhouettes for pieces that are equal parts clothing and art.
With an emphasis on denim and knitwear, Tom Wood is the ultimate in wardrobe staples. Established in 2013 by founder and creative director Mona Jensen, the brand intertwines it’s menswear and womenswear with a focus on comfort and relaxed silhouettes.
Designer Siv Elise Seland, who founded the brand in 2006, takes inspiration from her Norweigan home to create key wardrobe items with an emphasis on the country’s craftwork, which is especially evident in the line’s standout knitwear.
Winner of the Costume Award, Norway’s main award ceremony for the fashion industry, for best Norwegian designer three years in a row, FWSS—which stands for fall, winter, spring, summer—is well on its way to becoming a fashion mainstay. The brand is best known for feminine, professional pieces.
With an eye to relaxed shapes with modern touches, Iben designer Anh-Marthe Storheil designs for the independent women not dictated by trends. The brand places an emphasis on layering, with many strong outerwear options.