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With designs as colorful as the muses that influence him, Peter Jensen confronts the fashion world with a gentle dose of eccentricity and humor.

If an award existed for the least fashion–y man in fashion, Peter Jensen would win every year. It’s not the Dane’s fondness for corduroy trousers or his longing to live in the countryside with a rabble of dogs that would score him the title—although, admittedly, they’re both strong contenders. Instead, it’s the fashion designer’s unabashed niceness that sets him apart, and that resonates when designing clothes for a clientele he imagines to be an equally affable bunch. Ever since his

  • Words:
    Pip Usher
  • Photography:
    Marsý Hild Þórsdóttir
  • Styling:
    Lilja Hrönn Helgadóttir

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  • Words:
    Pip Usher
  • Photography:
    Marsý Hild Þórsdóttir
  • Styling:
    Lilja Hrönn Helgadóttir
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