The story of Becksöndergaardbegan in the middle of the night somewhere in Asia.
To be a bit more precise, the story began in 2003, when danish design lovers and school friends Anna Søndergaard and Lis Beck went to Seoul in search of inspi- ration, something that could kick- start their new idea: the dream of starting a business together. What exactly they were looking for they did not know.
In addition, the trip was supposed to have been to Hong Kong, but this had been changed at the last minute due to the SARS epidemic. Nevertheless, they were ready for adventure, ready to build something together.
At a chaotic local night market, they stumbled upon the most beautiful items created in eelskin. It was love at first sight, and soon a rather large order for the now iconic granny purse was delivered to their hotel room. At the time, the pair did not know where or how to sell them. They did not know, either, that this would be the founding product, and the very first stepping stone, of an international accessories brand. But what they did know was that, in the end, great design is always down to the product. And they knew to trust the feeling of love at first sight when you lay eyes on a product.
This is why the story of Becksöndergaard is written partly with reBellious love but mostly through our products.
Becksöndergaard create accessories. Design touches of creativity, personality, and rebellion against looking like everyone else. Those details that women and girls around the world fall too much in love with to leave the shop without.
To us, an accessory is the extra dose of personality, and whether it comes as a print scarf, a pair of socks, an umbrella or a bikini, we have succeeded.
Create individuality. To do this, we have to be innovative in everything we do. So when we create one of our signature prints, we do it to tell a story. Every collection tells a story, and every collection is centred on the sTory scarf where sources of inspiration are summed up.
Katrine Larsø Jensen (Creative director Becksöndergaard)
Welcome to the world of the Danish brand Bon Dep!
"Bon" is good in French and "Dep" means nice in Vietnamese.
Kknekki is simply the worlds best hair tie.
Their unique weaving technique makes them extreme gentle to any kind of hair and they won't fade, fray or slacken, even when worn in salt water.
They're also allergic-friendly.
The unique craft and weaving technique with more than 60 threads gave us almost infinity color and combination options.
There is no limits to what have and can create of stunning colors.
The best proof of its uniqueness is the endless number of attempts to copy them during the years, all failing on the quality.
Bon Dep's passion is that everything is good and beautiful.
When you finally find your favorite piece, you wish it would last, right? That's what it means!
And make every woman or girl shine a little more ✨
You can also use them as bracelets and always have them on hand for when you need to collect your hair.
We hope that within our selection you will find your favorite Kknekki!
Don't forget their Bon Dep Essentials line.
Essentials are products for everyday use made from pretty fabrics with Liberty print.
Jewelery boxes, lavender-scented sachets or computer covers with these timeless prints, wonderful colors and the quality of the fabrics give the brand endless inspiration to make products that will be part of your style.
By Ana Brand.
Ana is an artist and that is reflected in her unique garments.
From her store in Porto (Portugal) she only makes when she feels inspired and that's when everything flows.
One model of each is enough to create the magic.
A whole life dedicated to tailoring give a good account of their good work.
Its pattern is perfect, the quality of its fabrics, the careful details and finishes, nothing is placed by chance.
Ana knows well what she wants and manages to transmit it.
At eSetheShop we are very happy to offer you their unique garments.
Feel unique and full of style with one of their creations!
Be yourself always.
The Wayuu are an indigenous community that lives in the arid peninsula of La Guajira, in northern Colombia. Textile art is one of the most remarkable characteristics of its culture. Transmitted from mothers to daughters for many generations, for the Wayúu women, weaving is an art where they can express their feelings and longings.
Wayúu handbags are made with 100% natural cotton threads in crochet or crochet, and are hand-woven, in a totally handmade way by the women of the tribe. To make each piece, women can take at least 20 days.
Comfortable, cheerful and colorful, the Wayuu handbags are causing a sensation and we can see them hanging from the shoulders of many celebrities, in the collections of numerous firms and we bring them to you by Chila Bags.
Chila Bags was created in 2013 after a trip to La Guajira. They fell in love not only with the place, but also with the beautiful handbags made by the women of the Wayuu tribe. Since then they work personally with the Wayuu women and have eliminated intermediaries by making sure they receive a salary and that they work in good conditions.
The popularity of these bags is very important for these women, since weaving by hand these pieces and then selling them support the economy of their villages.
Chila Bags patterns are ideal for any time of the year, for your trips around the world, for a day at the beach ... a basic for all seasons.
Join the Wayuu trend!
Laura Chica (Creative Director Chila Bags)
Coco Bonito is an Amsterdam based fashion label and creator of the original Sunnycords®️.
In 2013 Coco Bonito was the first brand to come up with this exclusive eyewear accessory and this iconic eyewear jewellery line was born. The Sunnycord®️ is a fashionable (sun)glasses cord for holding any kind of eyewear. With a purpose to never lose your sunglasses or reading glasses again, it also serves as an exclusive eyecatcher.
Coco Bonito has something for everyone in their wide collection eyewear chains.
Founder Sophie Weijenberg creates the Sunnycords®️ herself since 2013 while studying Psychology. Now, years later, Coco Bonito has grown to a leading business in Sunnycords®️ worldwide. Bringing Coco Bonito to the next level cannot be done alone. The company is nowadays run by Sophie and her sister Eva. While Sophie is being the creative head behind the brand, Eva takes care of the operational & commercial side of the business.
Check out our webshop to find the model that suits you the best!
Since its launch in 2001, Devotion has been synonymous with modern collections with high aesthetics. Inspired by nature, Greek heritage and architecture.
Then in 2013, the Devotion TWINS clothing collection debuted - named after the designer's twin sons. What started with a few jacquard pieces has quickly become an important brand in the international fashion world, and the collection has evolved tremendously.
Devotion TWINS focuses on gorgeous natural fabrics such as cotton, beautiful poplin fabrics, precious hand-embroidered details and traditional ethnic patterns. Designer Athina combines these elements with clean lines and her signature Devotion TWINS silhouette. Eclectic color combinations, eye-catching patterns and a paean to original Greek craftsmanship are never missing from any Devotion TWINS collection. The ultimate vacation feeling to wear, produced correctly and fairly in Europe.
These vibes resonate internationally: the brand's high recognition, attention to detail and dynamic evolution have opened the best doors of department stores, high-fashion boutiques and resort stores worldwide.
Devotion TWINS defines itself as a Slow Fashion Brand and with its success it makes a significant contribution to revive the Greek textile production. At the heart of all Devotion TWINS designs are embroidery and textile techniques that carry the rich folkloric heritage and its textile traditions combined with modern technology into the future. Beautiful, mostly handmade clothing made from high quality materials - completely designed and manufactured in Greece, that's the perfect way to sum up Devotion TWINS. Made for fashion informed women around the world who believe in the same values as the brand and its founder: in bonding, in consistency, in trust and mutual respect.
Huemul Leather Studio is a brand of premium quality leather accessories made 100% in Mallorca.
In Huemul they bet on slow fashion. Their designs watch over every detail, they are cared for and made with all the love in the world.
They design and make timeless accessories, each piece is made using artisan techniques and procedures, entirely by hand, which makes it unique.
Designed to become a treasure that will last a lifetime.
All the leathers they use come from small tanneries that they have discovered throughout their careers and are vegetable tanned; They do not use chemicals in their tanning process but are made with natural tannins. Which makes Huemul Leather Studio an eco-friendly brand that supports small businesses.
They select each piece one by one in small tanneries, respecting the natural origin of the leather, its cracks and marks and emphasizing the beauty of the imperfection.
They use premium leather from sustainable vegetable tanning, minimally treated and dyed with natural products respecting the environment, using recycled hides from the food sector.
Matías Ponsico and Anna Carrascal are Huemul Leather Studio.
Kashura is an independent accessories brand based in Milán, founded in 2017 by Katharina Kaschura.
The brand begins with a line of handmade crochet ballet flats characterized by their timeless focus and great appeal.
The ballerinas are completely handmade and it takes a whole day to make a pair of shoes.
All colors are hand dyed with natural colors.
These ballerinas have a very comfortable fit.
The accessories collection grows with the addition to the Kashura family of its wonderful leather bags following the same concept as its ballerinas.
Handcrafted by hand, each leather rhombus is hand hammered and cut, joined via a cotton crochet seam.
MKTstudio (my Knot Tie) is a French creation studio, built from different personalities, all passionate…. Inspiration is found in the great names of music and cinema and icons of the 70's, 80's, 90's like PATTI SMITH, DEBBIE HARRY, MIA FARROW, JANIS JOPLIN, COURTNEY LOVE or even KATE MOSS and ALEXA CHUNG today.
But also in timeless atmospheres and images that traverse the history of POP culture.
Beyond the trends, MKTstudio breaks free from the classic codes and shows silhouettes with a daring and peculiar spirit. Hyper-feminine and carefree, authentic looks, free from anything superfluous, each time with a grunge and rock side that combine the fundamentals of the ideal wardrobe.
Follower of the second hand, passionate about Graphic Arts, the studio twists the essentials of the season to turn them into "Must Have".
MKTstudio is a feminine and accessible wardrobe for lovers of beautiful clothes.
Marcos Míguez Puhinger (Redondela, Pontevedra, Spain 1977).
Self-taught artist, painter, muralist and draftsman.
Since he was little he showed concerns about drawing and painting, deciding seven years ago and encouraged by his surroundings, to leave his job in an automotive factory to dedicate himself fully to his passion.
Versatile artist who cultivates and handles various painting techniques: watercolor, acrylic, charcoal, but what has really made him known are his works made with Bic pens.
We could not be more proud to have him in our project.
Work "Fish Memory" (made with Bic pens).
Carefully composed and detailed works that make you doubt if you are looking at a photograph or a painting and this is due to his passion for the work of the hyper-realistic American artists of the 60s. He likes to play with transparencies and reflections of chrome surfaces , tattoos and the human figure.
Your source of inspiration? It thrives on everything around it.
* Hyperrealism: Artistic current, especially pictorial, which emerged in the late 1960s and which is based on the faithful, almost photographic reproduction of reality.
Collaborations with non-profit associations:
Album and book covers:
Marcos Míguez Puhinguer among his works belonging to the Expo "Out of Scene".
Nadia and Nancy Koch, two sisters in the heart of the French brand: Nach.
Based in his hometown, Toulouse (south of France), Nach is born of a common passion for fashion and a family legacy: his father has been working in porcelain miniatures for more than 40 years.
With this know-how in heritage, turning porcelain into trendy, high-end jewellery was the sisters’ vision.
The brand’s name is coming from the contraction of:
Nadia & Nancy Koch = Nach
They have relied on their family's knowledge of porcelain crafts to create unique jewelry and accessories in their conception and style.
All its porcelain pieces are handmade and hand painted.
The originality of their creations comes from the use of porcelain alone or combined with other materials.
The design of your animal jewelry is unmistakable.
You can find your "talisman" piece within the timeless collection of Nach!
P.F. Candle Co. is a Los Angeles-based fragrance company owned and operated by wife-and-husband team Kristen Pumphrey and Thomas Neuberger.
The P.F. Candle Co. classic line includes a collection of unisex, fresh, botanical, spicy, and wood-based scents packaged in apothecary style amber glass and kraft paper. The line encompasses candles, room sprays, incense, and reed diffusers.
The formula is simple: 100% domestically-grown soy wax, fine fragrance oil, and a cotton-core wick.
Why soy wax?
Soy wax is a plant-based alternative to traditional paraffin wax that reduces our reliance on petroleum byproducts, meaning it’s plastic-free! We love soy wax because it creates clean-burning candles you can feel good about.
And for places or areas where you can not light a flame the option of reed diffusers is perfect. We offer you the same aromas as in the candle line with a duration of 9 months. We recommend flipping the sticks every 1-2 weeks.
All of P.F. Candle Co. products are designed and produced in Southern California.
Its mission is to create a high quality fragrance for both the home and the body at affordable prices.
Kristen Pumphrey y Thomas Neuberger (Owners of P.F. Candle Co.)
Modernity and traditional craft come together in an ever-evolving conversation at Rabens Saloner. Founded in 2007 by creative director Birgitte Raben, the house has become synonymous with contemporary, languid elegance dipped in swirls and splashes of colour. With a design team based in Copenhagen and an outpost in Bali where Birgitte spends six months out of the year, Rabens Saloner captures an adventurous eclecticism infused with a sensuous rock ‘n’ roll spirit.
Collaborating with a close-knit team of local Balinese artisans and dyers, authentic craftsmanship is distilled through Birgitte’s confident East-meets-West lens and translated into a wardrobe for today and beyond. The brand’s signature tie-dyes continually push creative boundaries, done entirely by hand with only the human eye as a guide, making each piece completely unique to the wearer.
Love, ease and abundance are the foundations for Birgitte’s visual language, celebrating individuality and the space to dream. Collections innately cater to the AM to PM wardrobe, where effortlessness and creativity collide in draped silhouettes that bring a sense of informality to the powerfully feminine.
Rabens Saloner is a Danish brand with an exotic and urban air, aimed at women with a great personality and who create their own identity by dressing up.
Birgitte Raben (Creative director Rabens Saloner)
UPCYCLING VINTAGE LOVE.
The essence of SISSEL EDELBO is the reuse of ancient mixed silk saris, the result of great love for Indian culture.
Buying your clothes or accessories means supporting a bright and sustainable future for the fashion industry and the world.
Each piece tells the story of Indian heritage and its incredible women, dressed in traditional and colorful saris. They mix prints and mystery with a simple Nordic cut, so our clients can choose sustainable clothes and facilitate the continuity of the saris story.
All her designs are made with clean saris, recycled with a silk blend.
SISSEL EDELBO is owned and co-directed by: Jeanne Sissel Thomsen and Christina Edelbo Petersen.
They have used their middle names to create the fashion brand SISSEL EDELBO, which is the result of the two women's passion for foreign culture and clothing.
All styles are produced in India, a country that the two owners find immensely rich in cultural history and hospitality, and a true inspiration in their work.
Since 2004 they have been traveling to India to personally choose saris for their sustainable collections.
Each model is unique and different, both in quality and fabric. No two models are the same.
His vision is to produce unique pieces made from beautiful vintage saris and add new life and use to a traditional cultural fabric through modern cuts and silhouettes.
Reusing these old saree fabrics is also a form of production that is environmentally friendly.
Each of the sari used in the SISSEL EDELBO collections is carefully selected to obtain the correct patterns and colors for your garments.
For Jeanne Sissel Thomsen and Christina Edelbo Petersen it is a great honor to see their unique clothing worn by today's women and SISSEL EDELBO prides itself on its modern translation and transformation of a traditional garment.
Feel unique with one of your clothes or accessories!
Let's take care of fashion.
Steamery Stockholm is a company that breathes slow fashion.
They make innovative clothes care products, products that help pamper and take care of your clothes instead of buying new things.As simple as that!
Did you know that the founders of Steamery are textile designers and engineers?
And its fundamental objective is simple. They want people to take better care of their clothes.
They are entrepreneurs, designers and textile engineers. During their years in the fashion industry, they realized that consumers didn't know how to care for their clothes the right way and decided to change that by making clothes care fun, easy, and accessible.
Frej Lewenhaupt and Petra Ringström (Founders of Steamery).
They create beautiful and easy-to-use clothes care tools.
They combine high technology with Scandinavian design. The result: smart tools that will make your clothes last longer.
Most people today do not have the time or knowledge on how to care for their clothes the right way. Garments that lose color or shape often do not wear out, they are washed. Clothing that is properly maintained will last. The brand's mission is to inspire everyone to take better care of their clothes.
"Co-creating soulful products
by sharing the smallest, greatest stories from around the world.
About people, by people, for people."
The story about the story: Talking Walls was initiated by Philippe Pelsmaekers, a former adman.
He was struck by the craftsmanship, personality and artistic endeavor of the quaint and often humorous signs of small shops from around the world, that he wanted to meet the people behind them and share their stories.
He jumped on a plane to India in search of the best tales.
Few years later, with the help of the most fantastic people on earth, Talking Walls puts the stories of the streets from four corners of the world on its collections, sells its products across Europe and expands to overseas markets.
Walls that speak?
For sign painters around the world, small businesses inspire beautiful typographic art. These artists defend true craftsmanship by painting their art on windows and walls. Now they continue their work on your clothes.
In conceiving their styles, they pay the utmost attention to detail and narration. After all, in addition to being beautiful, her scarves have a story to tell.
Its box contains a beautiful story.
Each scarf is individually wrapped in fine tissue paper, packed in a luxury (recycled) cardboard box.
Not just a hang tag.
Its hangtags will give you more information about the history it uses.
It includes a little word about the design and provides (if available) the exact GPS coordinates from where you are.
Embroidered logo + country ribbon.
Each design has an embroidered red W-logo as a token of our quality as well as a tiny ribbon-flag indicating the country of origin where the design is sourced.
All Talking wall scarves are made in an Indian textile workshop with which their stylists created a strong partnership over the years.
All styles are made from premium, sustainable, soft fabrics, manufactured with respect for working and environmental conditions.
The Figbees was born from the concern to travel, to explore, and to know and admire the beauty of artisan pieces.
Inspired by the Mediterranean light, they make their garments from natural fibers with a softly powdered color chart.
Clean lines inspired by a vintage style from the 70s characterize his garments.
They aspire to be a 100% sustainable brand, for this reason and for their efforts to keep traditions alive, each piece is carefully cut by hand and sewn in small garment workshops in Galicia (Spain) with artisans who put great care and attention to detail .
All his clothes are unique and exclusive.
eSetheShop has the honor of offering you a small selection of its handcrafted garments, so that you choose the one you choose you feel unique with its ethical and sustainable fashion.
Living up to their name, and with the firm conviction of "taking their bumble bees to other gardens" they donate part of their sales to organizations that work very actively to achieve the survival of the bees.
The Jacksons is a genuine London store.
Since opening in Notting Hill in 1998, Louise, the owner has not stopped evolving and developing her own collections.
The beautiful shop The Jacksons
Eager to manufacture high quality products and in good condition, the brand develops its collections thanks to fair trade.
The original and fun handmade handbags from The Jacksons are the result of the collaboration between the designer Louise Jackson and the artisanal workers by tradition of southwestern Bangladesh.
The colors of the bags encourage any trip to the gym, the beach or shopping. The bags of 100% jute, locally grown, are light, flexible and durable.
The purpose of the project is to encourage local women in Bangladesh, through the income that this work provides, to have access to health and education.
Thanks to their skills and talent they are self-sufficient and independent in their communities.
Louise visits them regularly and sees first hand the real benefits it offers.