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Weekend Wrap

IN PICTURES: The weekend wrap

Helsinki Fashion Week will make you ponder your clothing choices in an ethical way.Helsinki Fashion Week

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)

By: Samuli Ojala