Holzweiler X Turbandagen
The 22th of April is the 8th annual "Turban Day" in Oslo, celebrating diversity and community, regardless of race, religion, nationality, gender and background. Holzweiler is one of 4 volunteer design-teams contributing with our take on this years "Oslo Turban"Read more.
Swimsuits just arrived
This season's swimsuits just arrived online. The selection consists of paisley/flower prints and a pattern inspired by the wood interior of The National Norwegian Opera & BalletRead more.
Why the Hanger?
”The hanger is in its simplicity the perfect symbol of combining design, form and function. A daily reminder of what we strive to achieve; Clothing with optimal design and function”
– Maria Skappel Holzweiler, Head of Design.Read more.
Holzweiler X Scandinavian Edition
In our recent collaboration with Scandinavian Edition we let design and functionality play together. We wanted to defy Scandinavian weather and rough conditions, and bring our approach to the perfect outer layer, without compromising on look and style.Read more.
The National Norwegian Opera & Ballet. Our backdrop for the Spring Summer 2017 collection.
Have you ever wondered about what that inspires the designers? And how a clothing collection gets it´s identity? We have captured our Head of Design Maria´s Moodboard - The Norwegian National Opera and Ballet.Read more.
Holzweiler X Aurlandskoen
Our contemporary approach to a Norwegian classic
Aurlandskoen (The Aurland Shoe); The original Norwegian penny loafer since the 1930's, now reinterpreted in an exciting collaboration with Holzweiler.Read more.
Artist Space. The trilogy comes
to an end at The Museum of
On the 7th of February we finished part 3/3 of our Artist Space Trilogy. The Museum of Contemporary Arts created the perfect venue for our Fall/Winter 2017 Collection Runway Show.Read more.
The Paisley pattern is one our inspirations this season. With it’s distinctive shape, resembling twisted teardrops, it is commonly named after the town Paisley in Scotland. The pattern has appeared on textiles, art, architecture, and we all have a relationship to this everlasting pattern.Read more.