Monthly Archives : December 2016

Springrolls with baked Sweatpotato and a hot cashewnut dipping sauce


What you need: Rice paper 1 large sweatpotato Black radish 3 dl of shredded red kale 1 small butternut squash spring onion, garlic 5 mushrooms 2 dl cashewnuts 2 dl peanutbutter sesameoil, soysauce, sambal oelek sugar lime, watermelon How to do it: First you heat up the oven and place the sweatpotato in the middle of the oven. Its done in about 40-50 minutes.…

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Top five items for a dark winter


When i think about winter i imagine myself  somethings like a really beautiful crispy white forrest, Snowfall and glittery crystal roads and so on. But so far all I got is rain a dirty car and super icy roads. Most of the time it takes time before the real winter kicks in here but the good thing about that is…

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Interview with Marcus Boson, The Blue Uniform


“If you want it bad enough you will succeed!” The blue uniform is a simple idea with much love behind. The brand  combines Clean qualities with perfect fits in everything from jeans to caps. The idea of the brand began back in 2010 when Marcus resigned from his job as a sales representative. The dream was to create a denim…

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Ugandian trees used for high fashion!


Sarah Nakalembe is a afroswedish designer with a degree in fashion design from Tillskäraakademin. Her African roots inspired this collection which was launched at the annual LeNoir Creative Week 2016. Here’s a short interview with the talented designer about her inspiration and work. Your a designer based in Sweden but always create with Africa in mind. Why is that important…

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Crispy fried salmon with asparagus and boiled potatoes


  Cooking don´t have to be difficult for an amazing result. I am all for simple and clean cooking with fresh and humble ingredients. This recipe is a personal favorite of mine because there´s something special with a perfectly cooked salmon with crispy skin and tender meat, complemented by the vegetables of the season. For this dish I used new…

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Together We Stand Strong


I love my job and I love to be a role model for my students Educated people were silenced during the dictatorship in Chile and my parents fled 1988 to Sweden because of the threat that existed. I didn´t feel different during my childhood. Now, when I´m older, I notice that people have preconceptions because of my appearance. I experience…

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Red shoes against femicide


Women are murdered, injured and harassed in most countries irrespective of culture, ideology and religion. 25 of November was the international day against violence to women, Fashion 9one1 was there to show support of this cause we feel needs to be highlighted more in media. The idea is inspired by Mexican artist Elina Chauvet and a manifestation was held in…

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Weddingdresses we remember


Long time ago I started doing my internship at a bridal store and later on even work at a bridal shop nearby my village. And I was completely fascinated and mesmerized of all the dresses and evening gowns. Im truly obsessed with dresses and bridal couture.While studying fashion we quite often talked about wedding outfits trough history so i tougth…

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Together We Stand Strong


The election in the states  was so different from any other election we’ve had The election in the states  was so different from any other election we’ve had. We saw campaigning through the use of social media and paid computer-generated tweets and hashtags. What’s dangerous about this is that they actually had some power in swaying public opinion. In a…

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