Vogue’s vision is to be the preferred hosiery brand in Northern Europe. Vogue offers pieces of luxury for everyday life. Vogue seeks to inspire a modern, quality-conscious and self-confident woman, who appreciates excellent quality and more sustainable choices.

Vogue’s story begins from Sweden, when the brand was established in 1934 by a sock producer Malmö Strumpfabrik. From the very beginning, the vision was to build a premium brand: one that offers pieces of everyday luxury for the contemporary women. ​

Starting with the very first collection, exquisite materials became the heart of Vogue's products. Fine silk and wool were not spared, which saw the collection become an instant success. The high-quality products expanded rapidly in Sweden, and within a few years, Vogue products found their way to other Nordic countries, too. ​Since then, Vogue has continued to expand internationally. In 1980s, the brand was acquired by a Finnish company, and in 2005, Vogue became part of Nanso Group: a Finnish house of brands. ​

Throughout its history, Vogue has stayed true to its brand ethos. The constant seek for high-quality materials continues today, with a careful focus on sustainability, comfort and impeccable fit. Together with these and the brand’s long heritage of craftsmanship, Vogue continues to offer pieces of everyday luxury for the contemporary women. ​


Timeless design

We want to make everyday life more beautiful and offer timeless design that combines functionality and comfort with modern elegance. The collection consists of continuous products that is independent of trends or seasons, as well as a smaller selection that changes from season to season.


Our goal is to produce products of the highest and long-lasting quality. We carefully select high-quality yarns and high-quality materials for the knitting for which special technological know-how is used.


Our collections are designed by a professional team in Finland and manufactured in Europe in small family businesses. We want to reduce our environmental footprint and are constantly looking for more sustainable materials with reasonable prices.