Holzweiler

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Founded in 2012 by siblings Susanne & Andreas Holzweiler, Norwegian fashion house Holzweiler fuses seamless design with effortless functionality.

About

Focused on creating timeless pieces, the brand draws inspiration from art, architecture, nature and contemporary culture. Originally gaining attention via silk, lambswool & cashmere scarf collections, the brand expanded to ready-to-wear in 2014, enlisting Maria Skappel Holzweiler as Creative Director.

Championing collaboration and change, Holzweiler has worked with a long list of international creatives, musicians and icons, contributing to positive movement – both in terms of social impact and sustainability. Via its ‘Hanger by Holzweiler’ collection – a twice-a-year capsule featuring genderless silhouettes and a playful hanger logo, the brand explores youth culture references. With a logo inspired by one of Andreas Holzweiler’s many tattoos – a hanger located on his right upper arm, it embodies the Holzweiler ethos of seamless construction.

Sustainability

At Holtzweiler it is believed that a contemporary fashion brand today requires a large amount of thoughtfulness and responsibility, both in terms of environmental footprint and how they work with their supply chain, ensuring good conditions for everyone involved. They are constantly making effort to improve and progress and have made some high goals for ourselves for 2030.

At Holzweiler they keep a sustainable mindset as the foundation of everything they do. The approach they follow, they keep as simple as possible to keep on track in a complicated and many-layered field that sustainability is. Their focus, therefore, is evolving around Reducing, Reusing, and Repairing.

Read more about Holzweiler's dedication to sustainability.

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