Charlotte Higgins

The Guardian

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Chief culture writer for The Guardian.

Charlotte Higgins on KCRW

We look at how the Danish concept of hygge became the latest lifestyle trend, and why it fits in well with the age of Brexit and Donald Trump.

Denmark's 'hygge:' warm and cozy with a dark side

We look at how the Danish concept of hygge became the latest lifestyle trend, and why it fits in well with the age of Brexit and Donald Trump.

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