Another unique setting commandeered for the occasion was this tiny historical house on Reykjavik’s main shopping street, which the aforementioned knitwear collective Vik Prjonsdottir had turned into a “Sweater Factory” from which they were producing hand-shaped scarves live on-site. Their actual factory is located in their namesake town Vík, in southern Iceland, and it’s one of the oldest and best-known woolen mills in the country. Like Recht does when he sources materials, they started the collective as an attempt to support one of the country's dying industries.
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Another unique setting commandeered for the occasion was this tiny historical house on Reykjavik’s main shopping street, which the aforementioned knitwear collective Vik Prjonsdottir had turned into a “Sweater Factory” from which they were producing hand-shaped scarves live on-site. Their actual factory is located in their namesake town Vík, in southern Iceland, and it’s one of the oldest and best-known woolen mills in the country. Like Recht does when he sources materials, they started the collective as an attempt to support one of the country's dying industries.