Farmers Market - Reykjavik
Are you a business owner in Reykjavik?
Promote your business 365 days a year with the #1 Guide to Reykjavik.
- Gain MAXIMUM EXPOSURE with a 'Dedicated Business Profile'
Directions to Farmers Market
Icelandic clothing company Farmers Market has lately been raising a few eyebrows in the international design world for their high-quality knitwear designs and concept. The 2009 collection focuses on utilising one of the most organic materials available - the unique Icelandic wool, and other raw natural material in a timeless collection of multifunctional clothing and accessories, equally suited for outdoors activities and city life.
Established in 2005 by an Icelandic couple - a designer and a musician, Farmers Market draws its design inspiration from the Icelandic heritage where, for centuries, man and animals have cohabited in harmony challenged by harsh nature. The style has been described as revitalised Icelandic traditional design, combining Nordic design elements with chic modernity in lightweight apparel.
You may also like
Volcano HouseReykjavik-Centre, Capital Area
For most people on Earth, erupting volcanoes and earthquakes are natural disasters. For the people of Iceland, they're a part of daily life. At the Volcano House you can
JS Watch co. ReykjavikReykjavik-Centre, Capital Area
JS Watch Co. in Reykjavik is one of the world's smallest manufacturers of stylish quality watches, and Iceland's first and only watch firm. The collection consists of 5 d
CintamaniReykjavik-Centre, Capital Area
Cintamani is an Icelandic outdoor clothing brand, tested in Icelandic weather on the doorstep of the Artic. Their main goal is to keep us warm, dry and comfortable, whate
AlafossReykjavik-Centre, Capital Area
When Álafoss was established in 1896, it marked the true beginning of Iceland's wool industry. Álafoss is located in the Álafosskvos, in the old factory house by the w
Michelsen WatchmakersReykjavik-Centre, Capital Area
The story of Michelsen watchmakers goes back a whole century, to 1909, when the first of the Michelsen watchmakers established a small business in Iceland under the Miche
Íglo&IndíReykjavik-Centre, Capital Area
Praised in the international media as a bold and creative brand and adored by both children and parents - Íglo&Indí focuses on playfulness and comfort, with a fresh
KolaportidReykjavik-Centre, Capital Area
You need something? An antique lamp? A new vegetable knife? Want to sample dried fish and fermented shark? Purchase a bag of Icelandic candy? Find a new dress for Saturda
Smáralind Shopping CenterKópavogur, Capital Area
Smáralind is Iceland's largest shopping center with over 90 shops and businesses on three floors.
The Little Christmas Shop - Litla JólabúðinReykjavik-Centre, Capital Area
The little Christmas Shop is exactly what it sounds like, a little shop specialising in Christmas related products - gifts, decorations and the like. As everyone knows, S
EpalKeflavik-Airport, Capital Area
The story of Epal begins 40 years ago when Eyjolfur Palsson, founder of Epal returned to his home in Iceland after finishing his degree in furniture design in Copenhagen.