They say you can hike up a mountain in a BRGN coat, and presumably they mean that as a recommendation, but why would I want to do that? Mountains are for skiing down, now hiking up. Read More
On the Norwegian West Coast, spring is just as much a feeling as a change in weather. It rains a lot in Bergen, but not every day. During parts of the year we also experience shorter or longer periods without rain. However, something special happens inside us Norwegians when these days without rain appears in end of February, beginning of March. Read More
The Norwegian brand, best known for its waterproof coats, has introduced its line to Londoners. BRGN was founded in 2015 by Karine Lunde Trellevik and Ros-Mari Tobiassen Gaundal whose paths crossed in the coastal town of Bergen, where they created their first line. Read More
The name "Tweed" is told to be created by a mistake. The story tells us about a British textile dealer that misspelled the Scottish word tweel, which comes from the word twilled. Damn you autocorrect. Anyway, tweed it is - and what an amazing story this pattern has! Read More
According to the Norwegian Transport Safety Agency “Trygg Trafikk”, more than 1,7 million Norwegians have experienced near accidents due to lack of reflector use. The line between an accident and severe accident is thin. Research shows that only 4 out of 10 adults, use reflectors, and adults above 30 are the worst. Read More
Last month it rained more in Bergen, than in Oslo so far this year. Don’t let the rain hold you back or make you compromise on style. If there is one thing we know in bergen, it’s… rain. When rain is coming - dress like the BRGN experts.