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Rêve en Vert - Fonnesbech Studio

Style, WorldSo It Goes
Rêve en Vert - Fonnesbech Studio
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Sustainable fashion boutique Rêve en Vert recently took a trip to visit the Copenhagen hub of one of their newest brands. Minimal Scandi office inspiration and responsibly made chic basics are the order of the day at Fonnesbech, a brand who are re-emerging with an identity built on over one hundred years of heritage.

Fonnesbech’s classic style comes from its century-long heritage. In 1847, Anders Fonnesbech opened this eponymous shop in Copenhagen. As a true visionary, he sold high-quality fabrics and textiles that evolved into a true fashion house. The newly re-launched Fonnesbech brand is built on this legacy – high-end products, the best qualities, and a big archive of old design combined with an innovative approach to materials and design.

Fonnesbech provides modern fashion with a long-lasting perspective. Their design is based on our vast archive of historic pieces, but is propelled by an innovative spirit in terms of production, materials and cut. They believe that clothing should last for more than one season and value versatility, seeking the best materials and working with sustainability on many levels.

Responsibility is at the core of Fonnesbech - responsibility for our planet, humans and the environment. They source the best materials possible and work with a broad range of certified sustainable producers and manufacturers. Responsibility for them also means that products are meant to last, and a Fonnesbech piece is meant to be handed down from generation to generation.


 

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Elsa Hosk wears Fonnesbech @ Rêve en Vert shirt in So It Goes Issue.6, available now.

 

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