House of Cases
Founded in 2010 in Germany, House of Cases is a fashion label focusing on accessories such as statement bags, clutches, and cases for mobile devices.
In 2014, the label launched its first exclusively, limited Capsule Collection in eleven parts “Eleonora Carisi for House of Cases” that was developed in cooperation with the hyped fashion blogger.
Discover the 100% vegan line “Veggie Love by House of Cases” and the collection of Statement Clutches and Mini Bags exclusive designed for Zalando Premium.
Founded in 2016, German fashion label Happy Slipper is dedicated to designing colorful house-slippers for people of all ages. The brand’s founders have managed to give back vitality to an already existing product by carefully selecting the right colors and designs. The fashion label collaborates with all media partners from newspapers to selected brand ambassadors such as 67-years-old living legend, Komet Bernhard known in Berlin as a nightlife mascot.
I am dancing for my life – If I wouldn’t dance, I wouldn’t be here anymore – Komet Bernhard.
Their first collection Fall/Winter 2016 collection generated a substantial interest and positive feedback from retailers, press, and final consumers.
Founded in Berlin Kreuzberg in 2010, Fabelwesen is an international artist collective and lifestyle brand inspired by urbanity, music and nature. Handwritten designs and finest materials are combined with contemporary cuts to meet every demand. The production in small editions and consciousness ensures that Fabelwesen pieces stay unique and unexpected – while they still create collectivity and proximity between fashion devotees.
Every style is limited, designed in Berlin and made in Europe.
Founded by two Bavarian, Motör is a high-class casual apparel brand for men. Collections are exclusively produced in German textile factories by esteemed weavers. With their all year collections composed by timeless and classy designs, the brand’s founders have focused on developing items produced in fair working conditions and through fair trade.
It is very important for the two entrepreneurs to produce garments with style but also a longer lifecycle. They want the consumers to actually see the traditions and manufacturing processes that sit behind each piece.