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NEW S.N.S. Herning Fall/Winter 2011

Discussion in 'Styleforum Frontpage' started by shoreman1782, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. el Bert

    el Bert Well-Known Member

    Apr 19, 2008
    Art in the age, has marked cardigan on sale, I just got one in Navy in a medium, thought i'd point it out, I wanted to buy one in charcoal a few months ago from Tres Bien but they ran out.
  2. headupinclouds

    headupinclouds Member

    Apr 2, 2007
    Looks like they are out of the medium now. I've been trying to find a medium Fold or Marked Cardigan in navy or other shades of blue. Anyone seen a place that still has stock? I Can't seem to find it online.
  3. Ry'on

    Ry'on Well-Known Member

    Apr 16, 2008
    Vancouver, Canada
  4. NAMOR

    NAMOR Well-Known Member

    Sep 3, 2010
    Heavenly & Northstar
  5. CHRK33

    CHRK33 Well-Known Member

    Dec 9, 2010
    I have a Start cardigan that is too big on me. Great Dark Green color in Size Large. See my signature if you are interested.
  6. olvier

    olvier Member

    May 22, 2013
    Sorry to resurrect an old thread but can't find another on the forum but I am looking for any Danish clothing labels which actually produce their items there.

    The only company I can find is Mads Nørgaard who has 'a range' of items produce in Denmark. Everyone else seems to have their wares manufactured in Portugal/Latvia/Lithuania/China. I do take into consideration the reality of high production costs in Denmark but feel there are consumers who would pay more to support the garment industry there. Interestingly, many of the labels think so too, using their Danish-ness to sell their product: Han Kjøbenhavn uses a "product of Denmark" label when the clothes are actually made in China and Portugal, sewn somewhere so discreet you won't be able to find it.

    Stutterheim (from Sweden) even have the Swedish flag printed on their coats when the production is in Poland.

    Feeling rather dejected over the whole situation. The clothes made by these labels look very nice/well proportioned and are generally free of logos/external branding which appeals to me greatly. It is the lack of transparency and "promotion of one thing then selling another" technique that seems unfair to the consumer that bothers me.

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