sur le chemin in the press
On this page, you’ll find our press kit and a few examples of past articles about sur le chemin.
If you’re looking for our press kit, then simply click here to download it >
Want to know what the press has said about sur le chemin? Here are a few articles written about sur le chemin and creative director Kjetil Aas.
DM&T (September 2020) – Read the article here >
Brand to Watch: Sur le Chemin
Make it last (August 2018) – Read the article here >
Having a Clear Vision
Design for Longevity – Read the article here >
Kjetil Aas: ”Det er et stort skulderklap”
Fashion Forum (February 2018) – Read the article [in Danish] here >
Same same but different
F5 (November 2017) – Read the article here >
Han hoppet av motebransjens sesongkarusell
D2 / DN.no (June 2017) – Read the article [in Norwegian] here >
Bæredygtig designer, Kjetil Aas, sænker modens fart med nyt butikskoncept i København
MAIN by Mad & Bolig og IN (May 2017) – Read the article [in Danish] here >
Armoire officielle-stifter klar med nyt koncept
Fashion Forum (May 2017) – Read the article [in Danish] here >
Press brief: This is sur le chemin
At sur le chemin we strive to slow down the pace in today’s fashion industry, creating clothing that are timeless and will survive over time. It is all about being relevant regardless of trends.
We do not produce the traditional seasonal 2, 4 or even more collections a year, but try to find a new way to work within an industry as for the last decades have ended up having a speed that is no longer sustainable.
This meaning that we are developing a base of essentials, that consist of styles such as the classic oxford shirt, t-shirts, and chinos. Around this base, we build the collection piece by piece – presenting the different styles to the market on a regular basis throughout the year.
Working this way we are able to be more true to season, have close to no overproduction and avoid sales. Furthermore, all this leads to less overconsumption.
There are especially three subjects that are important for us when it comes to a more sustainable fashion industry:
– Less overproduction, less overconsumption
We strive to use sustainably sourced fabrics as much as possible, meaning that all cotton in our essential program are organically sourced.
If we fail to find a sustainable alternative in the wanted quality, we will always choose a high-quality material. This because we believe that a product that lasts a long time at all times is the most sustainable choice.
For further information, please contact sur le chemin at firstname.lastname@example.org