With an international eye currently on Danish fashion and the culinary movement known as New Nordic, we decided to fuse the two for a mouthwatering series focussing on the hues and shades of a traditional Danish open sandwich, otherwise known as Smørrebrød.  Working together with stylist Stephanie Loa, photographer Rasmus Weng Karlsen, we created Højtbelagt: the local term for a sandwich which is ‘built high’. Featuring Soulland, Norse Projects, Filippa K, Han Kjøbenhavn, Wood Wood, Le Fix, Dansk, Henrik Vibskov, Wood Wood amongst others. Food styling and photography by Lois Lane and Peter Skov Nielsen. Eaten by Bitchslap. Yum.














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