Fashion is not the first thing that springs to mind when one thinks of German craftsmanship. Not before cars and beer.
German brands tend to be a little less forthcoming about their roots – a shame, as the nation boasts a thriving fashion scene. Similar to their Scandinavian cousins, German brands tend to lie low on the radar, specializing on minimal, disciplined aesthetics that put design first and foremost.
In a list made by the famous website Highsnobiety between the best german clothing brands, amidst big name like Jil Sander, A kind of guise, Puma and Adidas, you can find one of our brands: Frisur clothing. Frisur is mixing Scandinavian minimalism with German functionality .
On our selection we have other brands that still are flying low on the radar, but they are offering really high quality garments: Sissi Goetze from Berlin and Askyurself and J’ai mal a la tete from Munich.