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  1. Lisa

    Incredible interview! Inspired me to stay curious and create a life that I enjoy, not conform to what is expected. Thank you for the inspiration!

  2. Sara

    Amazing blog, Hanneli – and I love the Vogue video. Really hope to see some new posts from you soon. 🙂 All the best, Sara.

  3. Jens

    Hi there! This is myy first comment here so I juist wanted to give
    a quick shout oout andd tell you I truly enjoy reading through your blog posts.
    Can you suggest any other blogs/websites/forums that go over the same
    subjects? Many thanks!

  4. Tony

    Så utrolig fin video! 🙂
    Må så absolutt sjekke ut resturanten dere er på, neste gang jeg er i NY!

  5. Triniti

    Hello!i’ve never commented beorfe but i’m huge fan of ur work,specially of ur blogger series!speaking of blogger, there is this french girk who got a blog abouth 4 moutns ago and i think she’s really great! you may wanna chek her out!she is valentine:www.helloitsvalentine.blogspot.com

  6. opciones binarias

    I rarely write remarks, however i did a few searching and
    And I actually do have a couple of questions for you if you don’t mind.
    Is it simply me or does it look like a few of the comments come across
    as if they are coming from brain dead visitors? 😛 And, if you are posting on other social sites, I would like
    to keep up with everything fresh you have to post.

    Would you list of all of your shared sites like your twitter feed,
    Facebook page or linkedin profile?

  7. Anne

    Which designer is the sweater made by? It is so beautiful – as is you:)

  8. Zharkyn

    I love this video!!! Heeeey Hanneli, pleeease post often! U r such a gorgeous lady, who has awesome style. I am inpired by your style very much and thirsty to receive doses of inspiration every day. If you could make it happen to post often, I beg millions of girls will be glad and get insired just lime me :)))

  9. Anita

    You´re talking about how “hard” it is to grow up in norway and “the war”? Come on. Norway is one of the richest countries in the world. It is a privilege to grow up there. Higher education is free. There is no such thing as having to choose a “sensible” career (instead of something creative) in Norway in fear of not having a finically stable future. In very very few other countries would one have a better opportunity to actually go and study or do whatever one would want creatively and still have a lifestyle and quality of life very few people in other countries would be able to compare to. You don´t even know the meaning of “struggle” or what it means to work hard for what you have.