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Malene Birger is the epitome of creativity, timelessness, and eclectic style. Whether as a fashion designer and founder of her brands--the latest being By Malene Birger--or as an interior designer, until now only expressed in her own homes and offices--Birger's love for uncompromising design and traditional craftsmanship is in evidence everywhere. In her newest book, Move and Work, this self-proclaimed nomad, who searches around the world for inspiration, grants an exciting insight into her three homes that amaze with their limitless wealth of design ideas. She additionally provides an exclusive preview of her new showroom in Copenhagen for her design and interiors firm Birger1962. This creative studio is dedicated to design, interiors, and art and provides others with a source of inspiration on how to redecorate and rearrange their own homes and spaces. Thanks to numerous personal and professional moves, Malene Birger is the best example of how to create new environments using one's existing furniture while moving forward and adding new expressions. Her houses are a perfect mix of old and new, craftsmanship, modernity, art, and influences from other cultures. Malene Birger lived in Mallorca for 6 years and moved to London in 2013, where she is now personally and professionally based.
Scandinavian furniture and architecture have long held sway in the global design sphere, and Scandinavian fashion is now gaining the same influence. The appeal lies in the simplicity, minimalism, attention to detail, and high quality of materials so iconic to Scandinavian design, as well as a commitment to sustainable and ethical production methods. Heralding a new movement in fashion, this book features over fifty notable designers from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, and Finland. These include well-established designers at brands such as Acne, DAY Birger et Mikkelsen, and Marimekko, as well as up-and-coming labels such as Ann-Sofie Back, Peter Jensen, and Soulland. From the sharp tailoring of COS and the gothic creations of Camilla Staerk to the understated collections by the Icelandic sisters behind the Kalda label, all demonstrate a dedication to wearable fashion and a cool and refined style. Interviews with the designers cover training, sources of inspiration, and manufacturing methods.