“It’s when I shut my mind off, the magic begins”
RWD STUDIO / Est. 2014
After a couple of years working with fast fashion, I started missing the creative aspect of fashion design. I was longing to have actual garments running through my hands,
generating ideas while working.
This urge resulted in the line “Made in Copenhagen”, containing garments and accessories purely made made at our studio, which later developed into a more sustainable strategy. I decided on focusing less on RWD’s commercial lines, shifting my designs to simple styles with an avantgarde take. I have always loved to knit all the accessories
myself, and believe in concept of slow fashion. I value creating products with my own hands – to work with minor details and perfecting them.
I am definitely fascinated by geometrical shapes and volume. My designs are mostly inspired by interesting architects but i also enjoy to explore specific shapes, like the square. During my process of designing, I experiment with various buildings and by interpreting their aesthetic expression. I strive to create a synergy between a domain of slid
structures and supple materials.
Through my experimental and intuitive design process, I aim to create collections that satisfy the multiple needs of modern women. Raw materials are rigorously evaluated and chosen carefully with a strong focus on quality and diversity. The collections are distinctive and classical, yet slightly askew. I wish to integrate a strong and sophisticated expression, with that little extra twist that makes the individual garments stand out.
Rosa Winther Denison
How are we sustainable?
At RWD we care about our planet as well as the citizens who inhabit it.
We wish to spread the belief in a more sustainable world, especially inside the realm of clothing manufacturing. We believe that yet the smallest company can make a difference. This is how we work with sustainability:
Slow fashion garments:
Organic or Ecotex certified fibres
Handmade: We pattern make, cut and sew at our studio. We assemble our garments by using machines finishing off with hand stitching.
Locally sourced textiles:
Dead stock textiles