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Reminiscent of the Pre-Fall 2018 collection, a setting filled with the creativity of childlike play and the romanticism of a Victorian edge, The Clara dress represents the outward purity of an uncaptioned image while inviting in a second a gaze to understand the subtle complexities.


Thelma is both expressive and romantic, crafted in ecru fil-coupe, inspired by decaying wallpaper, seen in certain light, the textured surface gives the illusion that the dress is coming undone, an ethereal sense of unravelling, taking on the mood of the Fall Winter 2019 collection where it first debuted.


Channeling the fever-dream state of Trentemøller´s soundtrack that breathed soul into the Fall Winter 2019 collection, the Angie blouse has a textured palette of monochrome black with a glint of menace mixed with sweetness, giving every woman that wears them a different experience. Reintroduced using the last meters of the lavish hand-crafted Windrose Matelassé fabric.


Dreamed up for the Spring Summer 2019 collection, the Penelope dress reemerges for the seventh Encore collection in ivory cotton. Celebrating the magic of femininity in its unique form, yet alluringly informal with generous volume and ample flare.


Playfully short Arina channels Cecilie Bahnsen’s modern vision of feminine dressing, rooted in wearability. The dress is constructed from black faille, a light, airy fabric that gives the dress its floating silhouette


A pause in time with the Ebba Dress. Returning to the Pre-Spring 2020 collection, an exploration in the elements of tailoring and making it relevant for the romantically minded women. Playing with the balance of masculinity and femininity, a season with less innocence…out there in the world stomping in her boots.