Clever clothing concept

I met Anna-Lena Emden a couple of years ago at Formex fair. I was immediately fascinated by her clever clothing concept KNEPP. The basic idea is that you snap your own garment by using one or several parts of KNEPP‘s seamless jacquard knitted wool parts. The possibilities are endless. Instead of buying new clothes, snap a new one. The parts can all be combined with each other. Each part has a different pattern and color + one light and one dark side. I love this idea of a sustainable eco-friendly wardrobe. See more ideas and combinations at KNEPP’s blog.

Anna-Lena Emden is a textile designer who has made many collections for IKEA and Almedahls among others. See more of her patterns and designs here.


11 Responses to Clever clothing concept

  1. Merja says:

    It’s a great concept really. I like bright banana pattern as well. Now over to the KNEPPs page!

  2. Agata says:

    Bananas looks fantastic! Especially on the cold days and not only for Summer! ;-)

  3. Ida Rud says:

    Oh, that is really neat! Cool idea.

    But the name Knepp in Danish is quite unfortunate. It means f*ck! Hahaha!

  4. Elisabeth / Fine Little Day says:

    Oh really. Hup, ha

  5. Rosa Maria de Sousa says:

    So nice !!!!!

  6. Emma says:

    Looks really great! Eco-friendly and fashion! I love the idea of making new clothes of the same pieces every day! Thanks for the tip/E

  7. bmo says:

    så snyggt och smart…och aldrig hört talas om…tack väldigt mycket!

  8. Polly says:

    Love this such a simple and clever idea. In love with the banana print too!

  9. nalle says:

    This is fun!

  10. Rebecka Gunnarsson says:

    Smart idé och snygga bananer! Och du har supersnygga skor – får man fråga var du har hittat dem?

  11. Delphine says:

    that’s pretty cool! i like the bananas :)

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