Sweater – H&M Studio
Trousers – Tiger of Sweden
Bracelet – Mulberry
Leather Boots – H&M Studio
Watch – Skagen


Just a quick snap-shot from a pleasant afternoon in the company of Ilirida Krasniqi, who’s a great person to hang out with – it’s so easy for me to relax and be myself in her company. This picture is from when we shot the Abercrombie & Fitch campaign, which I ended up being quite satisfied with.


Sankt Annae Plads, Copenhagen

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SHIRT AMI  |   SHORTS WEEKDAY   |   Boots Diesel   |    Bracelet Mulberry

Currently I’m quite inspired by concrete and the material’s texture and expression. At the same time I’ve fallen in love with floral print (so last season, I know) and regularly stumble upon a lot of cool styles with this type of printing from a sea of brands, which makes good sense as it was one of the big trends of spring/summer 2016. I wanted to shoot an editorial with focus on the contrast between the beautiful and rustic, which is why it felt very natural to choose this location for this shoot, wearing this beautiful shirt from Ami that I’ve never shown you here; bought last autumn when I was in Paris with Amalie Wessel.

Btw, I’m going to Stockholm tomorrow to participate in an exciting launch event that involves adventurous activities, BBQ dinner in a back yard and some other influencers from Norway, Sweden and Denmark. I’m super excited and are looking forward to experience something new, and not at least share it with you guys. Stay updated; follow me on Instagram (@patrickpankalla) and SnapChat (@pankalla)!


Trousers Tiger Of Sweden   |   Sunglasses Acne Studios   |   Bag Carven
Sweater Kenzo*  |   Belt Louis Vuitton   |   Boots Diesel   |    Bracelet Mulberry

I wore this outfit last Sunday when I was hanging out with Amalie Wessel who has finally returned, for good, from a school away from Copenhagen. We spent most of the time finding the perfect café where we could settle down and have a good cup of coffee and a much needed conversation. It was quite a challenge, since the city is filled with tourists at this time of the year, which we of course hadn’t taken into consideration. They had taken over all the cafés that we could mention, which made us end up at our previous hangout place, Illum Rooftop, which is always a winner.




I spent Sunday afternoon at the art museum, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, in the center of Copenhagen. I wanted to go there for quite some time and got told that there’s very beautiful and seen pictures confirming that. It was a well spent Sunday and I can definitely recommend you to go there if you’re in Copenhagen.

On Sundays it’s free and all other days it’s 75 DKK for an adult.

Read more about he museum here.