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Finnish design isn't just something you see -- it's something you experience. It is a way of living like nowhere else.
Interior design shops, fashion boutiques, jewellers, antique shops, galleries, museums, restaurants, hotels, design agencies - everything can be found in the Helsinki Design District.
Out the window with highbrow minimalism – Finland’s emerging designers are putting the fun back into function with disarming humour.
Glass design has a long history in Finnish culture - take a trip on the glass trail and immerse yourself in innovative art, and a little retail therapy.
Many are familiar with Marimekko and Ivana Helsinki, but what characterizes Finland’s newer, independent fashion scene?
Finnish designer Paola Suhonen's brand IvanaHelsinki is best known for the patterns and streetwise themes of her clothing.
During just one walking tour, one can visit several different galleries and get a good sense of Finnish contemporary art and the local art scene.
Deep into Lapland, there is a place where top Finnish design can be seen right at the source of this inspiration: Design House Idoli is an extraordinary design studio and showcase. Its creator, Pekka Sillfors explains why.
If Helsinki is sassy and modern, Turku is more folklore and retro offering small but most interesting labels.
Whether you are shopping or just exploring, the Finnish capital is a city with serious style credentials.
Known for its long tradition in bobbin lace-making and the well-preserved wooden buildings of Old Rauma.
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