Vans x Opening Ceremony

22. juli 2016


Even if I’m not really a sneakers guy, I have a weak spot for classic brands like Vans and Converse. So while I was browsing the sales at Opening Ceremony here in New York, I ended up falling for something not on sale (story of my life!) – My first pair of pink kicks that are made in collaboration between Vans and Opening Ceremony. Perfect for New York Mens Fashion Week, where this pic was shot by Highsnobiety last week. Have a look at the entire Vans x Opening Ceremony collab HERE.



2. juli 2016

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Living in New York, friends from Denmark ask me for all sorts of recommendations, when coming to the city, and funnily I hardly have any real ground-breaking tips. There are so many fantastic restaurants, shops and cool places that I scarcely visit anything twice, but prefer trying something new instead. Anyhow, one place that I have recommend to people a few times is actually about an hour outside of New York (and a beautiful train ride away) in the city of Beacon. It it the Dia Art Foundation – a modern art museum presenting collections from the 60s and onwards. Definitely one of the best museums I have been to so far. Check it out online.



2. juli 2016

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As part of my job I am browsing all sorts of news that are somehow related to Denmark and Danish ideas these days. It gives me a ton of random knowledge; like the fact that there are more bikes than people in city of Copenhagen. Also, it has the advantage of letting me stumble upon a bunch of cool places, I will have to visit once I’m back in CPH. Like this stunning new Cofoco restaurant that is build and furnished entirely from recycled and upcycled materials. Looks amazing, huh? I love all the green and definitely will be buying (even more) plants for my own home inspired by this.