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Weekend Wrap

Best of the wrap so far

We’ve rolled past the halfway mark of the year.

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It’s time to take a look at the highlights of the first half of 2020. Join us as we take a stroll through the best in Finnish creativity so far.

Gentle leader Osmo Vänskä has begun his reign at the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra. (Photo: Lisa-Marie Mazzucco) Read The Korea Herald’s article

Vimma takes a smaller approach to high fashion. (Photo: Vimma) Read Vogue’s story

Youth magazine Demi turns the mirror on social media with a societal ad campaign. (Photo: A-lehdet) Read AdAge’s article

Aalto’s chemical arts cookbook is a formula for out-of-the-box home cooking! (Photo: Eeva Suorlahti) Read more on Aalto University’s page

Sepideh Rahaa’s critical narratives bring forth under-representation and mosaic identities. (Photo: Karoliina Korvuo) Read AV-Arkki’s article

The road to Tokyo is much more than competition prep for the Finnish skateboarding team. (Photo: Keke Leppälä) Check out the video series

Fiskars is cutting its way into the fashion industry. (Photo: Chris Vidal Tenomaa/Fiskars)

Finnish jazz great Iiro Rantala’s midlife crisis means giving back to the community. (Photo: Gregor Hohenberg) Read FMQ’s story

Made by Choice shows its true colours at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair. (Photo: Hanna Anonen/Made by Choice) Read Financial Times’ article

Whisky nerd and unlikely entrepreneur Miika Lipiäinen shares it all. (Photo: Kimmo Syväri/Kyrö Distillery Company) Read the Spirit Business’ interview

Selma Vilhunen’s new series, Carpe Fucking Diem, is out in April. Say no more. (Photo: Tuffi Films)

By: Samuli Ojala