A white and beautiful winter sky, curious tourists and cutting edge architecture set the mood when the big opening of Oslo Runway took place yesterday.
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The fashion event runs over two days, and for the first ever it's the Oslo Opera House in Bjørvika which accommodates the fashion spread.
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The unique encounter between architectural art and fashion was not left unnoticed: Both Norwegian and international press have taken their seats in the splendid artistic building to keep up with what´happening right now in the world of Nordic fashion.
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“We are incredibly proud to host foreign press at the runway shows. This was the most important goal Oslo Runway was set to accomplish”, Matilda Aronsen, Communication adviser at Oslo Runway, says.
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It´s the crème de la crème of Norwegian fashion designers who run the total of eleven fashion shows during the two days. Moods of Norway, byTiMos, Veronica Vallenes and Johnny Love were the first to hit the runway.
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The fashionistas, Instagrammers and Norwegian celebrities are all present at the Opera House to see what´s cooking.
Nothing like a spectacular sunset to add some extra atmosphere to the occasion:
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The collections varied from editorial to high end, and from the subdued and minimalistic to a more foil and international style.
When nature cuts to black.
Edvard Munch and Robert Mapplethorpe were both brilliant artists, working with highly different subjects and mediums. What happens when their works are displayed side by side?