Holzweiler is a family business, Oslo-based fashion house founded in 2012 by siblings Susanne and Andreas Holzweiler.
After running their own fashion agency for years, Holzweiler was founded in the spirit of curiosity and craftsmanship, with the aim to make good fashion that can stand the test of time.
The first collection made of silk scarfs designed in collaboration with the famous Norwegian stencil and street art artist, Martin Whatson. In July 2014, Holzweiler expanded their creativity to the next level and launched a Ready-To-Wear line for both women and men with Design Director Maria Skappel Holzweiler on board.
The family’s strong passion for art, architecture, nature, and contemporary culture, has resulted in numerous collaborations since then. Among others, they have been collaborating with creatives such as Snöhetta architects, The Munch Museum, HBX Hong Kong, Poet Alexander Fallo, chef Hellstrøm, singer Emilie Nicolas, knitwear brand Skappel, yoga brand Run&Relax, Hotel Amerikalinjen, artist Ali Gallefoss, vegan movement Wild & The Moon and concept store Colette in Paris.
Today Holzweiler has grown to become an international fashion house with its own flagship stores, leading retailers and prestigious department stores worldwide.
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.