Northern Europe has a special mystery – it seems to be equal parts dark and light in the most compelling of ways. Take the Svalbard global seed vault for example. Carved into a mountain of permafrost on the island of Spitsbergen, the globale frøhvelv stores duplicates of all seed genes in the event of some great tragedy. Preserving tiny life against impending doom seems to also sum up the Norwegian brand Anti Sweden. This dynamic company offers a friendly challange to their neighbors to the East. Acknowledging Sweden’s ability to dominate the voice of Northern European fashion via brands like Acne and Cheap Monday, Anti Sweden has thrown down the gauntlet and decided to take a stand for Western Nordic fashion.
See more Anti Sweden after the jump. — Kelsey Kreiling