Pernille Nadine (b. 1993 Oslo, Norway) is an artist and creative director based between
London and Oslo. Her work raises questions around psychological and ecological issues
through slow-paced collaborative processes marked by openings of energy and movement.
Pernille is the founder of Søster Studio, an initiative to explore alternative, ethical ways of
making and engaging with fashion, intending to give more respect to women and the earth.
She holds a Master of Research in Art: Theory & Philosophy from Central Saint Martins.

Pernille's work as a producer, casting director and creative director has been published in
magazines such as Vogue, ELLE, DUST and The Gentlewoman, and she has collaborated
with creatives such as Carlijn Jacobs, Campbell Addy, Nadine Ijewere, Gary David Moore,
Imruh Asha, Hedvig Jenning and Grant James-Thomas.
In addition, her work with Søster Studio has been exhibited during Paris Fashion Week,
London Fashion Week, Copenhagen Fashion Week, Somerset House and with the
UN environment assembly; it has also received grants from Arts Council Norway
and Office for Contemporary Art, and press from publications such as Norwegian
Financial Times and Vogue Italia.
She is a member of The Norwegian Association for Arts and Craft.

Full CV and portfolio on request.
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