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Big night of celebrations for the Norwegian fashion industry. Oslo Fashion week is now well underway. The Foreigner watched the fashion at Tuesday’s opening ceremony in the Konggressenter, attended by many famous personalities. The Norwegian fashion industry is still developing and young fashion brands are used to struggling. Fashion companies are entering a new era, creating a solid national showcase like Denmark’s. But judging from the opening show, you wouldn’t have noticed It began with an old-school movie from the ‘80s featuring haute couture designer Per Spook. Next, the audience saw a Camilla Bruerberg collection inspired by Japanese comics. Bruerberg won the “Newcomer of the Year” Oslo Fashion Week, Camilla BruerbergInez Dawczyk/The Foreignerfashion competition with her men’s line of tight, colorful trousers combined with loose knitted sweaters.In the Moods

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Big night of celebrations for the Norwegian fashion industry

Published on Thursday, 19th August, 2010 at 18:18 under the entertainment category, by Inez Dawczyk.

Oslo Fashion week is now well underway. The Foreigner watched the fashion at Tuesday’s opening ceremony in the Konggressenter, attended by many famous personalities.

Moods of Norway, winner of Ambassador of the Year
Moods of Norway, winner of Ambassador of the Year
Photo: Inez Dawczyk/The Foreigner


Norway’s new clothes

The Norwegian fashion industry is still developing and young fashion brands are used to struggling. Fashion companies are entering a new era, creating a solid national showcase like Denmark’s. But judging from the opening show, you wouldn’t have noticed

It began with an old-school movie from the ‘80s featuring haute couture designer Per Spook. Next, the audience saw a Camilla Bruerberg collection inspired by Japanese comics. Bruerberg won the “Newcomer of the Year” Oslo Fashion Week, Camilla Bruerberg
Oslo Fashion Week, Camilla Bruerberg
Inez Dawczyk/The Foreigner
fashion competition with her men’s line of tight, colorful trousers combined with loose knitted sweaters.

In the Moods

This year’s Ambassador of the Year accolade went to Moods of Norway, who beat nine other candidates: Mariann Thomassen (musician), Linda Sande (stylist), Samsaya (musician), Sissel Hoffengh (journalist), Tone Skårdal Tobiasson (editor), Anne Kjellberg (Curator at the Museum of Decorative Arts), Dagens Næringsliv, The Norwegian Embassy in Copenhagen, and NRK

The title honors those who have made major contributions to Norwegian fashion and clothing design.

The prize, a sculpture designed by Nico Widerberg, was handed on by last year’s winner Ellen Arnstad, Editor in Chief of Henne Magazine.

Oslo Fashion Week which lasts until Saturday, and includes collections by the following brands:

Kristar Design
The brand was born close to the fjords and mountains on the west coast of Norway in 2006. The makers found their inspiration in biological patterns.

White Baron
Influenced by Norwegian culture, folklore and history of Polar exploration. The brand designs fashion clothing and accessories, especially tailored to the Northern and Arctic weather conditions.

Fam Irvoll
Takes its inspiration from pop art, rain, and the garden. Their clothes have got many colors, mostly aimed at girls between 14 and 25-years-old. They also design clothes for children.

Moods of Norway
Colorful clothes for everyone of every age.

Bouquet
Oslo Fashion Week 2010
Oslo Fashion Week 2010
Inez Dawczyk/The Foreigner
Mixes western classic silhouettes with Indian clothes.

Mariette
Mariette Røed Torjussen is inspired by nature. The colors are particular to the brand like the softness of the sky and the sea. Most of the textiles which she uses are: silk, chiffon, taffeta and organza. Details made of mussels and seashells are an important part of her clothes.

Linn Renee Blegeberg
Inspired by woods, geometry and humor. Her clothes are about playfulness. For everyone who doesn’t dress seriously.

Pia Haraldsen
One of the most famous Norwegian designers, a celebrity in her own right, known for her impeccable style and royal connections.

Nina Jarebrink
Designs clothes for women in all ages who like to dress well in everyday situations, and who appreciate high-quality products with designer details.

For more information visit www.oslofashionweek.com



Published on Thursday, 19th August, 2010 at 18:18 under the entertainment category, by Inez Dawczyk.

This post has the following tags: oslo, fashion, week, moods, norway, camilla, bruerberg, nico, widerberg, kristar, design, white, baron, fam, irvoll, bouquet, mariette, linn, renee, blegeberg, pia, haraldsen, nina, jarebrink.





  
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