And now for some serious topics: let’s start with the dress code.
Generally, everyone comes dressed in a suit and a tie. But not this year! Since weather can change on a moment’s notice, we encourage you to please come prepared:
* get a wool sweater over anything else that you might wear
* make sure to come with proper wind-proof boots
Because we go for max ventilation / max safety, we do expect the mornings and evenings to be chilly. To a certain degree, this will be offset by hot tea and hot coffee (and Icelandic vodka, later on, as well as Zibania), but it’s much better if you would have proper boots to begin with.
As to the Survivor Dinner specifically, we’re decorating the tables with the forest-themed ornaments on top (a sack of moss just got wheeled in as I type, and my kid needs to deliver 500 chestnuts by the end of this weekend!), and we ask everyone to please bring your very best cashmere sweater or rough jacket.
Be comfortable! This is the Work-From-Home year, and let’s not be shy about it.