Since Gitte Henriksen was a child, she has visited flea markets and shops. She has always been fascinated in the “flash back”, that is hidden in old items. The story and the events the old furniture and items have lived through and the effect of the patina interests her. When she was young and stayed at my parents farm in the North Jutland she began during her teenage year to find old furniture’s and restored them and my first apartment, when she left home, she was very personally decorated with a collection of wicker furniture’s combined with old furniture she have restored.
The transformation from vintage to new updated look has always been an exciting process and during many years she tried to make this as a way of living in an environment, where she can express the process and share the transformation with others who also find joy by the term that is hidden in conversion from old to new version.
She has stayed 2 years in Bangkok and during this stay she found a lot inspiration in furniture’s, silk design fashion and home wear.
Her interest for design and interior has been my hobby during many years and besides that she have been working in a bank and real estate business, but now she finally have got the possibility to make the dream come true with Kim Henriksen, who is a fantastic mentor and driving force in the company qua his big experience with other innovative companies, which he has had great success with. The combination of them kills is a perfect match and our common energy, ideas and drive never stands still.Read On
Ivy Groovy, a new brand, ready to take off with their designs of glam and femininity. The recently released collection is full of sparkle. With, their focus is their attention to detail and their lively imagination. The multi-coloured blazer is the perfect touch to spice up any outfit. It’s paired with a simple, black pant, giving it all the attention to shine. Wear it with a turtleneck underneath to stay warm, but stylish in the winter; or go for a sexy look and wear the blazer as a top. Overall, the glamorous pieces of the collection have a subtle, yet sexy element about all of them. In contrast to the glam dresses, Ivy Groovy has a few simple LBDs (little black dresses) for the simpler girl. Some come with statement bows, or statement sleeves. There is something for everyone in this collection.
In addition to the sparkle, Ivy Groovy also features three coats. Two, with a red plaid pattern and grey detailing. The other has a grey colour to it. All three coats have similar silhouettes in this collection. To conclude, Ivy Groovy designs clothes for the eccentric, strong, boss babe. The contrasts between a full glam jumpsuit, a little black dress, and a red plaid coat, shows the brand’s versatility and commitment to making every woman feel good in their clothes.Read On
Lulu de Paluza is an exclusive clothing brand for brave and confident women. They focus on the unique styles of our clothing, the highest quality branded materials and the Polish production of our collections.
Creative director and main designer of Lulu de Plauza. A graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź.
She worked at the National Fashion Chamber in Łódź and was involved in creating the image and designing of clothes for famous people from the world of theatre, music and art. For years, she has worked with many stylists valued all over the world.
In 2014, she registered the Lulu de Paluza mark in Alicante and patented two designs.
Her idol is Christian Dior and his “New Look” – a symbol of timeless elegance that emphasizes feminine beauty. Her passion for beautiful things could be seen in every project she creates.
“Surround yourself with beautiful objects, pamper your senses”.Read On
Colour comes alive with our vibrant BabyMoh!
Delicately crafted and hand finished at the Hinterveld Mill in Nelson Mandela Bay, the BabyMoh! Collection uses responsibly sourced South African kid mohair.Read On
Andrea Tessi is majored in Fashion Design from the School of Design in Madrid. She serves as an intern at the atelier of Spanish designers Teresa Helbig and Andrés Sardá, where she discovers her passion for design, detail and quality.
Based in China since 2016, she has collaborated with American brands.
It is the access to manufacturers and textile markets, plus the lack of detail in “basic wardrobe” that motivates and encourages her to create her own label.
Her brand, Andrea Tessi, focuses on refined pieces made in soft fabrics, wearable silhouettes and comfortable fits.Read On
Founder Dorsa Mohadjerin, she is born in Tehran and raised in Belgium. Her family is a very artistic with a lot of talents. From a young age, she used her materials as tools for investigating the creative process.
With an appreciation for art and design, as well as a professional consulting career, she began to translate this love for exploration into her work with wearable arts – fashion and textile – at the Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp. Atelier Minimalist was founded in 2017. Atelier Minimalist offers seasonless luxury clothing for women who appreciate contrast and duality. Simple yet confident lines and wearable, comfortable fabrics combine with exquisite tailoring to produce unique pieces that are meant to be worn and loved for years. Atelier Minimalist was born out of the idea that clothing should be designed with timelessness in mind.Read On
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