SamujiSamuji is a creative studio and design/fashion house based in Helsinki, Finland whose aim is to produce “timeless and sustainable design that serves a purpose yet carries a story.”All of their promotional videos are original, different and nicely done. Here’s one of them. See more on Samuji’s channel.

How to Shape Your Traditional Sweater by Guðrun & Guðrun

gudrungudrunA short promo video clearly inspired by thrillers introducing you to Guðrun & Guðrun, a Faroe Island based design studio, and its best known product: the Traditional Sweater, which was made famous internationally by Sarah Lund in the TV series Forbrydelsen (The Killing).

Marimekko A/W 2013

Marimekko-aw2013-webMarimekko showed its A/W 2013 fashion collection at Stockholm Fashion Week last January. Source: Marimekko

Marimekko Fashion Show 2012

Marimekko Fashion Show in People’s Park Shanghai in 2012. Source: Marimekko

Marimekko Spring/Summer 2013

Marimekko presented its unique Spring/Summer 2013 clothing collection, themed “Art of Print Making — Color for a Reason”   at New York Fashion Week. Source

Hovding guerilla campaign

A guerilla campaign by Hövding, the invisible airbag bicycle helmets. Read more about Hövding.

By Malene Birger SS13

Scenes from By Malene Birger’s Spring/Summer 2013 show at Copenhagen Fashion Week in August 2012. Source: CFW

Marimekko PROTO

Marimekko gave four young designers a chance to create something new and exciting from Marimekko’s leftover fabrics. Source: Marimekko

A Man and his GOODS

This short film is a presentation of a shop for “real men” in Copenhagen called GOODS – A must-go place if you are in Denmark’s capital. “At Goods we believe in the importance of good craftsmanship, innovative thinking and a fresh take on great classics.” Source: David Report