Design store Loft design Store, an online store with Finnish design, was founded in 2016.
The store is now open to all countries, including India, and has recently launched a new Finnish design store.
The website explains that the Finnish design scene is full of talented people who are passionate about designing for everyday life, but not necessarily for fashion, beauty or home décor.
It says that the store focuses on small-batch, low-cost designs, which include clothes and home accessories, and it sells products online and through its online store.
It also has a large selection of clothing, shoes and accessories, it says.
While Loft designs have been sold in Finland for a while, this is the first time that it has been open to other countries.
The online store is currently only available in English, but the shop will soon expand to include languages such as Spanish, French, Portuguese and Italian.
The Finnish design industry is very young, but there are a lot of talented designers.
“People here have the ability to create something new and innovative, and we want to nurture this passion,” says Kristian Illingworth, owner of Loft.
“We want to provide people with a way to explore the world of Finnish design.”
The store also offers a range of free online courses to help designers develop their skills.
In a statement, Loft says that its Finnish design team is working on a book of design lessons to be published in 2018.
Loft has also launched a Finnish language forum, where people can ask questions and discuss design topics.
Finnish designer Pekka Hänninen is one of the few people who has successfully turned his passion for designing into a career.
Hänninis design skills were honed at the National Design School in Helsinki, where he studied for a year.
After graduating in 2013, Häneninen worked as a designer for a local furniture store before starting his own company, H&M Helsinki.
He also designed the brand’s clothing line, which now sells in the US and Europe.
For now, Hönninen says he is still learning about Finnish design.
As for Illingwohl, he is a fan of Finnish designers.
“If you want to design for a living, you have to learn about Finnish fashion,” he says.
“I am not a professional designer, but I have learned about Finnish clothes, furniture and accessories.”