Founded in 2007 by Creative Director Birgitte Raben, Rabens Saloner has become synonymous with contemporary, languid elegance dipped in swirls and splashes of colour.
The Danish fashion brand Rabens Saloner was founded in 2007 by Birgitte Raben, inspired by people, nature and cultures from all over the world. With tie-dye and the use of original dying techniques being the heart of the brand, Rabens Saloner proudly creates all tie-dye by hand in our own dye house in Bali. Birgitte devotedly curates colours and patterns for each piece in close cooperation with the dye master, a cooperation that goes way back. The one-of-a-kind nature of each product is a huge part of the brand aesthetics. Strong relationships and mutual respect are key, and the philosophy of Rabens Saloner is deeply rooted in social and environmental values with the well-being of people and planet being in focus throughout the value chain.
The headquarters are based in Copenhagen, where the designers work and collaborate with people all over the world. Four yearly collections consist of a range of styles, all designed true to season to be worn today, tomorrow and far into the future.
The brand is represented by a flagship store in Copenhagen, consignment shops and a strong wholesale. Furthermore 11 agents represent the brand worldwide with retailers in 13 countries.
It is important for Rabens Saloner to take care of people, environment and society by being a responsible company. An important part of the company's leadership is therefore based on the triple bottom line. Through that they make sure to balance financial, social and environmental concerns for the whole value chain. Rabens Saloner supports #rewiringfashion and act according to it. Rabens Saloner recognises the need to reduce the resources used and invest in a green change - also digitally. As many styles as possible must be made from certificated fabrics alongside minimizeing the use of mixed fabrics. Rabens Saloner are aiming at developing styles with a long lifetime, producing according to orders sold and do not destroy unsold clothes – instead donating to charity. Packaging is either FSC certificated or made of recycled plastic.Further reading