With design principles and aesthetics rooted in curiosity and research, Soulland is characterized by timelessness, contrast and an environmental conscience.
Soulland was founded in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2002. Through Soulland, Silas Adler, Creative Director and Jacob Kampp Berliner, CEO, present their take on the contemporary fashion brand
Through its global network, Soulland strives to push fashion forward by promoting open-mindedness, responsible production and freedom in creativity.
Throughout the years Soulland have collaborated with brands, stores and artists such as Nike, Playboy, M. André, Colette, Babar, 66 North, Bodega Rose, Charlie Roberts, Li-Nings, Malin Gabriella Nordin, Lulu Kaalund and Olafur Eliasson.
Soulland is available in premium stores worldwide such as SSENSE, Browns Fashion, END Clothing, Goodhood, Storm Fashion, Beamhill, Dapper, Holly Golightly, Luisaviaroma, Xtra Butter and Subtype Store amongst others.
Soulland is deeply committed to continuously improving and be transparent about initiatives within responsibility and sustainability. In November 2020, Soulland published its first annual paper discussing the brand’s initiatives within responsibility and sustainability. The aim of the new annual responsibility paper by Soulland is to be transparent – both in areas where the brand excel and where Soulland need to improve. “Soulland is a small company, but we hope that we can inspire others. We are fully aware that what we have done so far is not enough, but we think it is important to share our progress and setbacks. By doing so we hope to contribute to creating a space where learnings and mistakes can be shared” Jacob Kampp Berliner, CEO and co-founder. “At Soulland we see our responsibility as much more than working with the actual garments and the production of these. We always strive to make Soulland an inclusive society not defined by gender, race or sexuality and we are engaged in social agendas and what is going on in society” Silas Oda Adler, Founder and Creative Director.Further reading