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MAGASIN DU NORD FASHION PRIZE

  We're proud to be nominated for the Magasin du Nord Fashion Prize 2017. The award is Denmark’s biggest for upcoming design talents and previous winners include Cecilie Bahnsen, Mark Tan and Anne Sofie Madsen. The winner is revealed this Fall and will be awarded 500.000 DKK and a show during Copenhagen Fashion Week.  View the full feature here    Photos and styling by Moon International   

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IT'S OFFICIAL

  ASS is nominated for the Magasin du Nord Fashion Prize 2017. We are honoured and excited to be among such a talented group of designers competing for the prize. Stay tuned for more updates! The photo is from the official reception at Apollo Bar yesterday.  Click here to read our full interview  

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HIGHSNOBIETY FEATURE

  We're honoured to have our SS17 collection featured on Highsnobiety. "Typically, when you ask a man what their favourite wardrobe material is, you wouldn’t expect to hear “silk” as a response, let alone anything close to something that elegant. But in acknowledging that fact, Copenhagen-based brand All At Sea is looking to change that, and their new SS17 collection is the perfect introduction for your foray into the world of silk. The new collection offers a selection of pajama-esque silhouettes, with a major emphasis being placed on a relatively gentle color palette. Interestingly however, each color is accentuated with the silk’s smooth, shiny texture, giving the overall look and feel of the collection a more delicate vibe. Check out the full lookbook in the...

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INTERVIEW WITH DAPPER

  We're happy to be featured in Dapper's A Working Man Journal. Read the interview right here. The two geniuses behind the danish menswear brand All At Sea are so alike, but still so different. They combine the creativity of an architect with the strategic mind of a banker. This must be the reason why they actually accomplish to make men wear long, pastel coloured silk robes in broad daylight. Meet the two men, Benjamin and Christian, who want’s to make silk masculine The two designers are designing for what they call “the modern Nordic gentleman”, but points out that he basically could live anywhere in the world. They see the simplicity in the silhouettes of their styles, as the brand’s strongest quality, in addition to their prints. “And of...

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