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SANDERMANN is a womenswear label based on a sustainable concept, using up-cycled waste materials and other ethical approaches to textile and fashion design.

SANDERMANN

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SANDERMANN is a womenswear label based on a sustainable concept, using up-cycled waste materials and other ethical approaches to textile and fashion design.

The SANDERMANN journey began when we discovered that many Danish sheep breeders often burn the wool when they shear the sheep once or twice a year. Our initial mission was to collect this type of wool, have our own yarns spun, and prove that it could actually be used for clothing - something that has now been proven succesfully. Since the journey began we have travelled further into the world of Danish wool - a universe we have not yet discovered the limits to. We even started developing a technique for making cruelty-free sheep fur. We find great pleasure in working with wool; it is in itself a very sustainable material. Wool resists wrinkles, so that it doesn't have to be ironed, it has self-cleaning properties, which means you don't have to wash it, it's a naturally renewable fiber and it's 100% bio degradable. What's not to like?

When we are not working with wool, we source other types of waste materials such as deadstock textiles from the Danish textile industry. A lot of the fabrics we use have been lying on stock for years - some of them all the way back to the 70's. Some of these fabric rolls only contain a few meters, some contain a lot more. This means that some of our styles will only be produced in very limited quantities, which makes them very exclusive garments.

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