Photo: Pernille Kaalund/Pure Public
Text & styling: Louise Kamman Riising/Pure Public
Rights: World wide except Scandinavia
Pictures: 35 (jpg, 300dpi)
Words: In Danish and English. The text has 3000words in Danish.
Place: Copenhagen, Denmark
Housing: Old luxury apartment of 200 m2 from the beginning of 1900.
Style: The style is inspired by Parisian apartments and a mix of feminine and tough elements.
Here live: Signe, 41, chief designer and owner of Bøgelund-Jensen and her two girls Dagmar, 10, and Rigmor, 13, and the dog Theta. Signe has worked for several famous designers: Susanne Rützou, Galliano and Dior i Paris and L.A and Noa Noa.
Information: To clothe women in beautiful dresses which give them the edge and feminine strength is chief designer Signes overall objectives. Although she jumps in a pair of trousers when she between collections, vip customers and fashion shows is renovating the apartment in the East part of Copenhagen. With her own hands she has added the old rooms plenty of nostalgia and Parisian charm so it matches her own image of an open and personal home. “When I entered the apartment the first time I felt at home right away. The mood is slightly like Paris where I have lived and I love the high-ceilinged rooms and the original old look as I have tried to preserve because it is impossible to recreate. I started to renovate the kitchen because it was practical with 2 kids in everyday life and has just finished my own bedroom. It is an ongoing process".