Sustainable Clothes Made With Love

Verena Wondrak

Since centuries people living in the Alps have a very close connection to their impressive natural environment. We feel strongly committed to this tradition. It`s a significant guideline for all our working processes while designing kidswear. For our kids designer clothes we favor natural, authentic high-quality fabrics, rooted in the Alpine region. We work with All Natural wool fabrics and GOTS-certified qualities from linen and cotton. While producing our boiled wool fabrics for coats, dresses and skirts only wool yarns and water is used. Not even soap is allowed in order to achieve our All Natural quality. By using special...

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Hand Painted Prints

Verena Wondrak

  Inspiration is not only drawn from traditional craftsmanship, but also from contemporary art. Our own pattern designs are giving the collections an artistic and playful touch. From season to season we love to study impressing books, movies, painters and artists in order to choose the themes of our lines. Then we start developing hand-painted artwork as templates for our unique prints. Perfectly fitting to the various subjects of the collections we work with different techniques like air-brush, watercolor, crayon or tusche.2017 our work was awarded with coveted Milk Award in Tokyo for best collection - a wonderful recognition for...

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Alpine Traditions

Verena Wondrak

  It all began with creating a very special jumper wool dress. Using boiled wool, a former mountain farmers fabric and interpreting it in a very fresh, minimalistic and modern way attracted plenty of attention to our debut. The original Hilda.Henri jumper, our specific interpretation of a wool dress, was born.The collections of girls` and boys` designer clothes were growing and the selection of special designs were expanding constantly, but we remained faithfully to its successful recipe from the very beginning: Alpine traditions interpreted in a contemporary way.“Here’s a range of children’s couture that really makes me want to pack...

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