Iceland's hues reflected in urban country chic

A woolen sweater inspired by Icelandic tradition from Farmers Market.

A woolen sweater inspired by Icelandic tradition from Farmers Market. Photo by Ari Magg

Greys, barley, stone, ocean blues, black and white, all of them part of the canvas that makes up the Icelandic landscape. All of them featured in a stunning new Autumn/Winter collection from Icelandic label Farmers Market. 

"We celebrate the arrival of winter with a colour palette closely tied to nature with mohair, wool, cotton and lyocell playing a major role," says designer Bergþóra Guðnadóttir at Farmers Market. "We are also introducing a new collection which we describe as tweed but not tweed and includes a dress, blouse, skirt and trousers in printed viscose. We also offer several new knitted jumpers from mohair, woven scarves and our ever popular wool capes in a new shade."

Farmers market is available at the Geysir shops, at Reykjavik international Airport, Aurum on Laugavegur and Mýrin, Kringlan. 

Their flagship shop is located at the Grandi harbour area in Reykjavik. 

See their website HERE.  

Greyscale hues and earthy tones meet in wool and tweed.

Greyscale hues and earthy tones meet in wool and tweed. Photo by Ari Magg

Farmers and Friends is the flagship shop of Farmers Market …

Farmers and Friends is the flagship shop of Farmers Market and is located at Grandi in Reykjavik.

Photo by Ari Magg

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