Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 Summer – MOODS OF NORWAY

August 17th, 2012 by retail design blog

In the creative cellars of the picturesque town of Stryn, Norway,(Pop.6750)two local designers Simen Staalnacke and Peder Børresen, upon homecoming from years of global travels, nights of sizzling cocktails, and international studies; gave birth to a concept to be known, worn, and adored, as The Moods of Norway. The duo met up with our third musketeer, Stefan Dahlkvist. Our heroes are commandeering golden tractors around the world, creating outrageous stories and super duper collections at an alarming rate.

Our headquarter in the town of Stryn, a magical place known for glaciers, salmon fishing and one newly opened escalator. Moods of Norway has been doing the hibbedy-dibbedy on the international fashion dance floorsince 2003, the philosophy is still the same even though the Norwegian oil price is as flexible as an Bulgarian gymnast after 14 tequila shots. Our main goal, besides making our grandmas happy, is to make happy clothes for happy people.

As of this golden minute, we are represented in the most polished boutiques and by the finest agents. Our philosophy is to provide you with different clothes for different moods. Just like a well casted boy band, there is something for everyone. Our inspiration is everything our country can provide: From the fjords as deep as the prime minister’s pockets on election day to our grandma’s secret recipe for the perfect waffle.

Photographer: Zsolt Istvan Posta
Images courtesy of RetailDesignBlog

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