Helsinki Fashion Week will make you ponder your clothing choices in an ethical way.
Finnish arts are taking over, big week for visual arts and music. Take a look at the past seven days in entertainment from a Finnish perspective.
Finnish skateboard brand Happy Hour Skateboards opted for the long road home. (Photo: Mikko Kempas) Read our feature
Reetta Kalajo had a chat about Interwoven, a new exhibition at EMMA Museum. (Photo: Ari Karttunen/EMMA) Read TL Magazine’s article
Kaija Saariaho’s music resembles a miniature glass sculpture, with its delicate and refined form. (Photo: Kaija Saariaho) Read the Irish Times’ article
Finnish comic artist Tiitu Takalo has signed a publishing deal to tell the inspiring story of her childhood district, Tammela, to international audiences. (Photo: Tiitu Takalo) Read Publishers Weekly’s article
Helsinki Fashion Week becomes the first of its kind to allow only non-animal-derived leather in garments and accessories in July. (Photo: Kaisa Syrjänen) Read Forbes’ article
Visual artist Antti Laitinen will showcase his down-to-earth experimental art in two exhibitions to kick off the Finnish presidency of the European Union. (Photo: Antti Laitinen) Read TL Magazine’s article
Three Finnish films will bring a warm breeze of eclectic content to the Scandinavian Film Week in Mexico City. (Photo: AV-Arkki) Read AV-Arkki’s article
CupofTherapy and Redhill Games inked major deals this week. (Photo: Cup of Therapy) Read our Daily Brief
Klaus Härö, the director of Golden Globe-nominated The Fencer, has wrapped up shooting for his new feature film, Life After Death. (Photo: Tuomo Manninen) Read Screen Daily’s article
Modern pioneers of Finnish jazz Timo Lassy and Teppo Mäkynen have put out a new album, which is gaining international traction. (Photo: Tero Ahonen) Read Gigsoup’s article