“It is when I shut my mind off, the fun begins”
The journey of RWD started 2014. With a vision to create a high quality brand. I focused on 2 annual collections with classic looks in colorfull prints and twisty details.
After a couple of years, I really started missing the more creative aspect of fashion. I was longing to have the actual garments in my hands, generating ideas while working. I wished for RWD to be even more sustainable working with slow fashion methods.
This urge resulted in the line “Made in Copenhagen” – garments and accessories purely made in our studio. The vision later developed into a more sustainable strategy, and in 2017, I decided on focusing less on RWD’s commercial lines, and more on simple tailored styles with an avantgarde take. I decided on going back to the starting point, of why I initially wanted to become a fashion designer.
I have always loved to knit all the accessories myself, and believe in concept of slow fashion.
I value creating products with my own hands – to work with minor details and making them perfect.
I am definitely fascinated by geometrical shapes and volume. My collections are mostly inspired by interesting architects
but i also enjoy to explore specific shapes, like the square. During my process of designing, I experiment with various
buildings and by interpreting their aesthetic expression. I strive to create a synergy between a domain of slid structures and supple materials.
Through my experimental and intuitive design process, I aim to create collections that satisfy the multiple needs of modern women. Raw materials are rigorously evaluated and chosen carefully with a strong focus on quality and diversity.
The collections are distinctive and classical, yet slightly askew. I wish to integrate a strong and sophisticated expression,
with that little extra twist that makes the individual garments stand out.