Stryn is known for its all year glacier skiing. In the creative cellars of the picturesque town of Stryn, the two designers Simen Staalnacke and Peder Børresen, after years of global travels, international studies and nights of sizzling cocktails, gave birth to a concept soon to be known, worn, and adored; the Moods of Norway. The duo met up with the third musketeer, Stefan Dahlkvist and drew their lines for the coming collections.
After a handful of stores in Norway, Japan, Sweden, Holland, and Switzerland, Moods of Norway opened a U.S. flagship stores on Robertson Boulevard with Paris Hilton, The Black Eyed Peas, Gwen Stefani... the list is endless of the stars who sport their very creative and happy brand, in Beverly Hills and Soho in New York.
The company sports the slogan "Happy Clothes for Happy People." In the midst of their fun and edgy designs, the designers were able to incorporate their sense of humor. "246.619" is embroidered in every one of the men´s suits, referring to the number of tractors in Norway.
In 2010 Moods of Norway released their first fully electronical product, a waffle iron which made waffles shaped like tractors.
This year (2014) Moods of Norway is extremely proud to announce that, Moods of Norway is the official designer for the Norwegian Olympic teams´s uniforms in Sochi. This puts the brand in a league with Ralph Lauren, Stella Mc. Carthy and Armani, who are all designing their representative countries uniforms.