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be good do good

So Good To Wear stands for traditional Nepali craftsmanship combined with Western design. The designs are minimalistic, sometimes a bit sexy, but always with a striking signature of their own.
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jewellery always fit

Jewellery: it comes in all shapes, sizes, and materials. It is likely that the decoration of one’s own body is as old as mankind; the practice is truly universal.
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made in morocco

Marrakshi Life's beautiful items in so-called nomadic style are very easy to wear - loose and flowing, and reminiscent of key pieces from the Moroccan wardrobe.
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KASSL Editions

Suppose you are asked to look for a new, original coat for the modern woman and at almost the same time you become enamored with a vintage fishing jacket from a friend. Could be a coincidence, sure, but it's not.
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Hul le Kes made with love

They want real change within the fashion world, remodel the entrenched system. That's why everything at Hul le Kes is locally produced and why they use antique linen, discarded garments or overstock fabrics.
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Our vision

We want to follow a sustainable path hand in hand with our customers. And we like to be the online store where there is time and space for collections with a great story and a long lifespan. We believe that things can be done differently.
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things we love brug van vroenhoven

Soul-sister likes to be inspired by art and architecture. Although we ourselves are not artists, looking at art and architecture does have a certain influence on our own lives.
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Bellissima Barena Venezia

Italy calls to mind various associations. The country is best known for its rich culture and history, its delicious cuisine, the temperament of its people as well as their love for beautiful things. This last point holds good for Italian fashion, also, because Italians seem to possess an inner compass for elegance.
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Behind the scenes

When the new collections have only just hit our online store, we’re already busying ourselves with next season.
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meet the team annemieke

She once started in the buying department at various fashion companies in Amsterdam and London, had her own text agency for about 9 years and is now responsible for customer service, warehouse and social media at soul-sister.
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a new vision for soul-sister

After careful consideration and thought, soul-sister is taking new steps in a more conscious way. Read our story about how we'll slowly step out of the regular sale season, focus more closely on timeless pieces and create new sustainable projects.
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meet the owner esther ausems

She is passionate about photography, mother of two boys, and meditates daily: Esther Ausems is the creative force and business savvy behind soul-sister.
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about soul-sister

soul-sister is an online store where we offer exclusive designer labels since 2011. Our collections are photographed by owner and founder Esther Ausems at the most extraordinary locations.
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The mystery of the Maison Margiela

Maison Margiela was founded in Belgium in 1988 by Martin Margiela and Jenny Mereins. The label is known for its freedom in choosing its materials, and draws attention for its deconstructive and avant-garde designs
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HOPE year-round favourite

Experts know it, Hope designs definitely have an edge, yet are also timeless. Both the fit and the quality are consistently fine. In fact, once you start wearing pieces by Hope, you’ll be hooked.
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Meet the designer monique van heist

Monique van Heist was already behind the sewing machine at the age of 8 and also wore her own designs as a child. That she would end up in fashion seemed at least obvious. 'But if I had known what fashion entails, I might have become a baker'.
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Christian Wijnants Authenticity and innovative

Question: would you ever have thought that the first fashion shows took place in the 19th century? Granted, not on the catwalk, but on the promenades of horse racetracks. It was not until later that the leading fashion houses presented their collections by letting the models pace across a catwalk. An audience of well-to-do customers watched the latest collections while enjoying a drink. It wasn't until 1943 that the first, real Fashion Week took place in New York.
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Spotlight on Aiayu

The brand Aiayu has already acquired a large following. Deservedly so, for the label’s collections are nothing but high-grade, durable, and made from honestly produced fabrics.
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