No Business As Usual

Posted on May 15, 2017


After fulfilling the demand of well-fitted suits that are not the ordinary, we are entering a new era of business wear.

Introducing a new line of business suits that is catering individuals with an eco-friendly and open-minded approach to problem solving and strategy planning.

We carefully picked designs and colors that follow office standards but shine with exclusive sustainable fabrics such as wool, cotton, cupro and linen and little design details that compliment a professional look.

Each month a new suits style will be added to the collection in order to provide more interchangeable styling options.

This month, we introduce five different styles that will be available online and on Green Window by the end of May.

Credits

Photo: Heidi Rondak (Sandrine Appel)

MUA: Charlotte Kraftman

Models: Niclas Gonzales, Marc Paganini

Location: Hotel am Steinplatz, Berlin

 

 

Introducing: The Modernist – Formalwear Dedicated to the 1960s Masculinity

Posted on December 4, 2016


Shortly before the holidays, we have the pleasure to introduce our new formalwear collection called The Modernist.

Inspired by the same 1960s icons who we dedicated our Fall/Winter 2016 collection such as Steve McQueen, Marlon Brando and Ryan O’Neal, the collection reflects masculinity and confidence as well as a sense of sensitivity and vulnerability.

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DARKOH x Green Window

Posted on September 10, 2016


We Care

 

Sustainability has become  a topic that concerns us all, now that the effect of global warming through ruthless wasting and producing is becoming very visual. Even though we are not a Vegan brand, our focus is on consciously sourcing our materials and producing under fair conditions without harming workers, animals and our precious environment. 

We here at DARKOH do take pride in working with suppliers that exclusively produce fabrics whilst sustaining environmental integrity. The city of Huddersfield, where most of our wool is spun is known for its traditional mills that still spin and dye cloth naturally and chemical-free. In addition, we not only refrain from using animal skin but we also assure that our wool fibers are provided by sheep herds that are held under eco-friendly conditions. A majority of our products are manufactured in-house with focus on trade skills and healthy workspace conditions; only a few finishing tasks are outsourced to selected manufacturer within the EU. Our clothing is made to survive a long period of time, actually generations, (if good taste is passed on) which is a major factor in the sustainability movement. 

We believe that showing awareness for a healthy environment starts with our own conscious living and eating. Knowing where your clothes is made and under what conditions is just one step to support sustainability and it does not require a Vegan lifestyle unless by choice, of course.

Our collection is also available at Green Windows, a German platform that offers products that were manufactured under the Fair Trade and sustainability aspect.

The Winter 2016 collection “The Rebel Yell”

Posted on September 8, 2016


Inspired by the Steve McQueen era, the FW16 collection is filled with a clear-cut masculinity and a youthful casualty. It pays homage to an enfolded individuality and the search for man’s inner self. Harsh fabric like tweed and boiled wool are combined with softly woven wool and cotton; masculine shades harmonize with soft tones. Checked patterns in contrasting colors add to the rebellious and yet soft, almost melancholic mood that McQueen was known for.

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DARKOH featured in FSHN Magazine December Issue

Posted on March 12, 2016


DARKOH was featured in the December issue of FSHN Magazine. In detail, Davy Jones is wearing our corduroy topcoat and maroon barathea suit.

Credit:

Photo: Ava Pivot

Styling: Karalux Styling

H&M: Kim Yuna

Models: Davy Jones (Viva Models) & Flexy Wood

 

 

Influencer Steven Onoja spotted in DARKOH

Posted on February 22, 2016


In January, we spotted NY based blogger Steven Onoja wearing our tan plaid jacket while blogging a Tissot watch.

Read the full blog post here.