The Scandinavian countries of Sweden, Norway, and Denmark are (technically Europe, I know) grouped into a larger category called the Nordic countries when joined by Finland, Iceland, and Greenland, which I’ll include here even if they don’t have much in the way of fashion museums. This region may be interesting more for their following of the historical dress trends set by the rest of Western Europe than for instigating them, but some of the collections are quite good, particularly the collections of royal garments and folk costume. While few of these museums focus solely on fashion, they are often better than most at incorporating clothing into their history galleries, and recognizing its importance on the class, economic, and social histories of the culture.

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Norway Finland