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Issue 59 - The Life Outside Issue

Issue 59

The Life Outside Issue

Introducing the Life Outside issue of Habitus magazine. With life increasingly being absorbed into a digital space, there is never a more important moment to hold something tangible. In this context, the power of nature to have a physiological impact on our sense of wellbeing has never been more important. So how can we cultivate the benefits of the our natural environment in the most intimate of places – our homes? This was the question that helped to bring this issue of Habitus to life.

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Scandinavian Style and Cider
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Scandinavian Style and Cider

Australia

Rekordelig cider teams up with photographer and blogger Caroline Blomst to present ‘Stockholm Street Style’, a photo exhibition of stylish Swedes.


Cider is tasty, and Swedes are good-looking. Both are stereotypes, granted, but the upcoming exhibition Stockholm Street Style, a collaboration between Rekordelig cider and Swedish photographer Caroline Blomst, makes a strong case for both.

Blomst co-founded the blog ‘Caroline’s Mode’ six years ago, and her talent as a photographer and sharp eye for well-dressed members of the Swedish public have made it a huge hit. Now her success has brought her to Australia where she is not only representing Rekordelig and showing a collection of her photography at Somedays gallery but also visiting the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion festival.

Stockholm Street Style opens on March 21 and runs through April 15 at Somedays gallery.


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Issue 59 - The Life Outside Issue

Issue 59

The Life Outside Issue

Introducing the Life Outside issue of Habitus magazine. With life increasingly being absorbed into a digital space, there is never a more important moment to hold something tangible. In this context, the power of nature to have a physiological impact on our sense of wellbeing has never been more important. So how can we cultivate the benefits of the our natural environment in the most intimate of places – our homes? This was the question that helped to bring this issue of Habitus to life.

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