Samsøe Samsøe

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Samsøe Samsøe - An international brand rooted in Scandinavian simplicity.

Samsøe Samsøe dates back to 1993, when the small namesake jewellery shop in Copenhagen’s Latin Quarter opened by the Samsøe brothers expanded to include premium T-shirts and knitwear, primarily for men.

In 2000, Peter Sextus and Per Ulrik Andersen took over the brand, transforming it into an international fashion house, focusing on contemporary clothes, footwear and accessories for men and women.

With a nod to its Scandinavian heritage, Samsøe Samsøe is defined by a wearable aesthetic that combines the utilitarian ease of Copenhagen street style with a quintessentially Scandinavian spirit. Collections transcend trends, drawing on Denmark’s renowned design tradition to result in minimalist, affordable and accessible fashion.

Marrying versatile and contemporary capsule pieces with softly tailored separates and chic signature styles, collections are uncompromisingly Scandinavian: Premium fabrics, functional and playful details, tailored finishes and iconic silhouettes imbue the label’s collections with a subtle, personal and sophisticated approach to dressing.

Designs carry you effortlessly from office to event, through week to weekend, and work equally well alone or layered together. Timeless, functional and sophisticated – everything you could want in your wardrobe.

Headquartered in the Copenhagen district of Nørrebro, a neighbourhood that underpins the brand’s democratic approach to fashion, Samsøe Samsøe is currently sold in more than 40 own stores and 1600 retail spaces across 22 countries world wide, as well as online.

Sustainability

Our CSR purpose is to generate long-term and sustainable value for the environment, our suppliers, our employees and our customers. These align with our three values: • Honesty • Community • Business acumen This season our AW21 collection is 75,5% more sustainable, and thereby closer to reach our goal becoming 100% more sustainable by year 2024

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