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Swedish Fashion Profile Karin Ulmander is launching her own fashion business in Hong Kong. One of her first assignments is to represent Australian Designer brand Wolfgang Scout. Wolfgang Scout was brought to life by Carla Woidt and Marianne Horton. Two women with extensive experience in fashion and design who came together with a desire to do things differently. Carla is a seasoned design and product expert with almost two decades of international experience in luxury fashion, working with brands like Theory, Helmut Lang and Temperley to articulate their creative vision and bring concepts into reality. As the daughter of a sheep shearer, wool has long been a pivotal part of Carla’s life, and
A visual journey to unveil another tale of the city. Andrea Björsell is a Hong Kong-based Swedish photographer. Through photography, she creates an illusionary experience through connections with the subjects and keeps searching the meaning in life. Here are the details of this photography exhibition:Title:Photography Exhibition Andrea Björsell》Artist: Andrea BjörsellDate: 22 January - 28 February 2021
With the Windy City of Chicago as home town, Lollapalooza has grown into an international music event of colorfulness and creativity in the US, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Berlin, Paris – and now Stockholm – with 1,5 million fans attending each year from all over the globe
The exhibition Bakom hörnet vindens jojk  presents a geographic and cultural landscape that is distant, yet familiar. A wind-worn face in the midnight sun, a pile of wooden boards under a tarp in a messy back yard, large-scale industry, and impressions in the ground that tell a story of belonging. Duchamp’s bottle rack, jawbones from reindeer joined together in protest, the hiss of the wind in a mobile phone, Orion over the road on a pitch-black day, a squirrel’s tail, functional clothing, and barren fells are all fragments of stories from different times and places that are represented in the exhibition. There is an experience, rich in contrast and complexity, that recurs t