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art

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Jeppe Hein, Today I feel like …

Jeppe Hein’s workshop Today I feel like ... involves children taking part in a series of simple breathing exercises, after which they will be asked to paint how they feel. By encouraging participants to pause and reflect on their emotions, Today I feel like... invites all of us––children and adults alike––to share our feelings more openly, ultimately leading to better mental health outcomes as well as a stronger sense of community.

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music

03:23

Erika de Casier - Polite

Dancer: Patrick Afuale Eirup

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interviews

02:14

The tale of Cecilie Bahnsen

Step inside Cecilie Bahnsen's fantastical universe to see how the magic happensIn our exclusive video below, Cecilie Bahnsen takes Vogue Scandinavia inside her Copenhagen atelier.In it, we’re introduced to her team and meet her head of production Mailis Giros, her pattern maker Friederike Waschk, her design assistant Sandrine Tabarin and product development assistant Stine as we get an insight into the romantic atelier.“It’s a balance between the romantic and the simplistic,” she tells us of her fantastical, girlish garments, with signatures of puffed sleeves, empire waists and cutouts. Starring: Cecilie Bahnsen, Mailis Giros, Friederike Waschk, Sandrine Tabarin, Stine Nordsveen Models: Julie Garcia Alba Akvama

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fashion

00:15

Skating with SABOT

Sabot means clog in French and thereby derives the word sabotage. By creating garments ourselves and support small local textile businesses we reclaim the power to express ourselves beyond the turning machinery of big-fashion industries.

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fashion

00:20

SABOT Burnt Suit

Copenhagen slow fashion brand, SABOT, films their Burnt Suit, a halterneck bodysuit made of green deadstock lycra with burnt details on front and back. Adjustable drawstring hems in waist in green.

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interviews

02:11

Annie Ernaux: Advice to the Young

“You don’t know before you start what kind of writing you’re going to have.” The Nobel prize recipient in literature 2022, French Annie Ernaux shares her advice to emerging writers. Annie Ernaux advises young writers to ask themselves what they want to write before they begin to write. There are two ways to go, according to Ernaux, “whether it is from their experience or, on the contrary, inventing a world.” Ernaux, who has widely used her own experiences in her work, also empathized that “writing depends on the influences that you may have had” besides your personality.” Annie Ernaux (born 1940) was born Annie Duchesne to a working-class family in Lillebonne, France. Ernaux is known for her lightly fictionalized memoirs written in spare, detached prose. Her work examines her memories, sometimes revisiting and reconstructing events in later works. Themes include her illegal abortion, her troubled marriage, her mother’s decline from Alzheimer’s, her love affairs during middle age, and her experience with cancer. Ernaux received the 2022 Nobel Prize for Literature for a work described as personal yet universal in depicting a woman living in the 20th and 21st centuries. ‘A Girl’s Story (2020), ‘A Woman’s Story (2003), ‘A Man’s Place (1992), and ‘Simple Passion’ (2003) are among Ernaux’s most acclaimed works. Matthias Dressler-Bredsdorff interviewed Annie Ernaux in May 2023 in Copenhagen.

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fashion

16:53

What Are People Wearing? Copenhagen Fashion Week

What Are People Wearing? Copenhagen Fashion Week. We attended Fashion Week in Denmark with the official Skin stylists The Ordinary asking people about their skin style.

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fashion

12:52

Stine Goya | SS24 'HOMECOMING' Runway Show

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music

03:20

METTE - Mama's Eyes

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fashion

14:57

HELIOT EMIL AW18

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fashion

01:32

Mads Nørgaard Copenhagen S19

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interviews

20:42

Per Kirkeby: We build upon ruins

Per Kirkeby (b.1938 – d.2018) is considered one of the most renowned artists of his generation, his skills as a painter, sculptor, filmmaker, and author making for a body of strong and unique works. His work has been shown at exhibitions worldwide including at prominent institutions such as Kunsthalle Bern, Whitechapel Gallery and Tate in London, MoMA in New York, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebæk and Centre Pompidou in Paris. In 1976 he represented Denmark in the Venice Biennale. Moreover, Kirkeby taught as a professor at the Art Academy in Karlsruhe and at Frankfurter Städelschule.

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