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ATP Atelier

ATP ATELIER – All Tomorrow's Parties, was founded in 2010 by old friends Jonas Clason and Maj-La Pizzelli. And then there is Otranto. A small medieval Italian town, clinging precariously to a cliff in the south in Puglia.The countryside is mountainous and fresh.The coast lined with beaches, the water crystal clear. It’s the classic Italian town, with cafés and ice cream bars and restaurants, you know the sort. Elegant in a lived- in, comfortable kind of way with everyday life just going on around you. People going about their businesses, being together. There’s a village just south of town, in a small bay.Take the village road and the restaurant is easy to find, right above the beach. Whitewashed with fluorescent lights and a plastic roof. Paper plates with fried squid, sea urchins, tiny sardines and anchovies caught fresh by local fishermen. A crisp white wine to wash it down with. Simple, elegant and delicious. So what does Otranto have to do with shoes? Everything. This is where Maj-La and Jonas spent a leisurely month with families and friends, a few years ago. Walking through town they found a small studio making sandals. Everyone got a pair and wore little else for the rest of the summer. And that’s what sparked the idea of ATP ATELIER.


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Carven

Since the beginning, the Carven house has had a democratic and Parisian view of fashion design. Madame Carmen de Tommaso broke through the austere world of Haute Couture as an innovator in the Forties with a spontaneous and fresh style, adapted to the women’s everyday life at that time. Summer 2010, Carven opens a new chapter. From the couture years, Carven has kept its heritage. It lives on in the spirit of perfect design and choice materials. Today, the house offers ready-to-wear that is both inspired and accessible.


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Eytys

Eytys is a unisex sneaker with confident proportions - more gritty pavement than polished runway. It's a product manifestation of our generation: born in the boom years of the 80s, grew up with the street culture of the 90s, and subsisted on a heavy diet of inspiration - which has always been a click away. "Being part of this Generation-Y has given us the confidence to create Eytys - our interpretation of the perfect sneaker. But equally important is the idea of a platform on which Eytys stands; a platform through which we wish to connect, interact with and highlight creative people we admire. Eytys is a celebration to Multidisciplinary Creativity."


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Kaibosh

Kaibosh is the driving force in the quest to invigorate the eyewear landscape. Kaibosh is the brainchild of FLO – a Norwegian eyewear company with over 50 years heritage in optics. Kaibosh - a ground-breaking, multi-channel concept, offering high quality, design-focused, prescription eyewear and sunglasses.


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Nue Notes

Danish Nué notes was launched in 2007. The brand started as just a small luxurious womens wear leather collection, but as the company continued to increase in popularity, they have now taken the collection even further with a wider range of styles and accessories in the finest leather, and also tops, jackets and dresses, for everyday use, in luxurious and natural materials like silk, wool and cotton. The brand nué notes quickly established a name among the high end stores in Denmark and the quality and fashion conscious consumer. It seems as if the style of the two girls has become many girls favorite choice. The spirit of nué notes is a holistic approach to fashion clothing from the essential to the inspiring, something to dress the whole you, from home and worklife to partying. What brings nué notes to life is your own personality and individuality.


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Rodebjer

Rodebjer is a directional contemporary fashion brand creating laidback luxury for the modern woman. Rodebjer is timeless and progressive with a rich yet clean expression. The designs are versatile and dynamic, adaptable for many different contexts. Signature silhouettes include slouchy suits and sets, drapey caftans and easy-to-wear dresses and kimonos—laidback luxury that easily moves from day into night and from work to leisure. The brand was founded in New York in 1999 by native Swede Carin Rodebjer. After she was spotted on the streets of Manhattan wearing her handmade designs, she started selling her fashion to friends and stores in New York and in Stockholm. Since then, Rodebjer has grown step by step through a holistic mindset towards design and business, where aesthetics, intellect and emotions are of equal importance.


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Sun Buddies

Sun Buddies is a new eyewear line from Très Bien - Sweden. The first model, Type 01 is inspired by the sunglasses worn by actress Bibi Andersson in Ingemar Bergman’s 1966 Persona film. Additional styles has been added to the line since the launch which is constantly evolving. The latest campaign is shot by Austrian still life photographer Bela Borsodi. All Sun Buddies frames are made by hand using premium quality acetate only. All optics are provided by Carl Zeiss Vision®, Optical Class 1, a guarantee of high protection to the eye.


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