FW-18

ABOUT THE COLLECTION


When creating the AW18 collection we took inspiration from Marrakesh during a trip to Morocco last year. With a love for the Moroccan colours, the prints and the details, we made a seasonal print with this elements in our mind, and named it “Morrocan Flower”. The print is hand painted in several strong colours, and if you look close you can also see small crushed lupines scattered in the pattern.

The AW18 collection is a mix of styles in suit fabrics, that can be worn as a set, as well as lightweight fabric in tops and dresses. Draping, feminine details and room for movement are key elements in the collection. The idea is to create small a collection for the independent, strong and inspiring woman, which easily can be worn from day to evening, and move from work to leisure. Our vision is that every woman should feel sensual, beautiful and unique, and to be confident enough to wear any garment at any time.

 
 
 
 

SS-18

About the collection


The SS-18 collection includes Day-to-Evening styles with clean cuts, feminine silhouettes, and room for movement. The fabrics are colourful and a mix of soft, light and comfortable qualities. The main print - Flowers is inspired by Peonys and Anemones and are made by Emilie Book specially for this season.

AW-17

About the collection


The AW-17 collection includes Day-to-Evening styles with clean cuts, feminine silhouettes, and room for movement. The fabrics are colourful and a mix of soft, light and comfortable qualities. The two main prints - Dried Flowers & Graphic Stripes are made by Emilie Book specially for this season.

 

SS-17

About the collection


SS-17 is a Day-to-Evening collection inspired by traveling, for the strong independent woman on the go, who expresses herself by the clothes she wears. Sometimes, when she needs to escape her everyday life, she travels. Perhaps to a bigger city but probably to a place where she can inhale new power, energy and find peace. Travel is about people not places. We travel for our min, to heal ourselves and to put distance between ourselves and what we know. That's what this collection is about.