7 Scandi Fashion Brands You Need On Your Radar

Thanks to the likes of Ganni and Cecilie Bahnsen, the Scandinavian fashion scene has become one of the most exciting places to discover up and coming brands. Here are seven Danish labels that channel the look…

Baum Und Pferdgarten

One of the leading Danish fashion houses, Baum Und Pferdgarten was founded in Copenhagen, the capital of Scandi-cool, in 1999. Expect plenty of signature puff sleeves and attention-grabbing patterns in luxurious fabrics. 



By TiMo

Norwegian brand By TiMo’s designs are seen regularly on street style stars Nina Sandbech and Darja Barannik. With plenty of dreamy floral prints and a strong stance on sustainable production, what’s not to love?



For bold prints and bright colours, look no further than Custommade – with a price point similar to Ganni’s, the brand’s pieces offer a luxury feel that’s still affordable. 


Hofmann Copenhagen

Founder Heidi Hofmann’s impressive CV includes time at both Chloé and fellow Scandi fashion house By Malene Birger, with her designs drawing inspiration from Paris and Copenhagen. As a result, Hofmann Copenhagen’s pieces strike the perfect balance between effortless and maximal with floaty fabrics and ruffle detail. 


Lovechild 1979

A favourite of Emili Sindlev and Janka Polliani, Lovechild 1979’s playful patterns and classic shapes blend fun and practicality. Shop for pieces that transcend seasonal trends and will stand the test of time. 


Notes Du Nord

Impossibly feminine, Notes Du Nord’s penchant for ruffles and floral prints make these pieces difficult to resist. Right now, we’re coveting a Marant-style white dress that’ll look chic with western boots for autumn and winter.


Résumé Copenhagen

Look to Résumé for prairie dresses and balloon sleeve blouses not dissimilar to Ganni, at affordable prices often under £100.

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