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Atelier Sukha

With a total dedication to sustainability Atelier Sukha develops unique items
that are handmade from natural materials.

Monique van Heist 

Monique has a powerful philosophy, we are proud to stand next to her. She takes slow fashion to the next level. 

Elsien Gringhuis

Young Dutch designer Elsien only uses ecological material and fabrics. Her pieces transcend time and place. Sukha loves her focus on craftsmanship and eye for detail.

CAN PEP RAY

Based on freedom, independence and well-being. We really like the uniform style
combined with easy-to-wear items. 

Kowtow

Organic and ethical clothing. Sukha loves the elegant and female touch.

Petra Lunenburg

Beautiful feminine lines. Simple but significant. 

 Pomandère

You can feel the harmony of their family business. But most of all we’re in love with the beautiful Italian fabrics.

Humanoid

Simple Dutch design. Fits every women.

Kings of Indigo

Dutch organic denim brand.
Focuses on the perfect fit. 

Philomijn

Their bags become more beautiful every day. Designed and produced in the Netherlands. 

Rue Blanche

Classic, Belgian garments. 

Eva Schreuder

Refined, handmade jewellery from Leiden. 

Julia Otilia 

Organic jewellery. Sukha really likes her frivolous designs. Julia collects the seeds and nuts that she works with from all over the world. 

Puc

Unique pieces made out of reused materials. 

Eva Crebolder

We are a big fan of Eva’s handmade harvest vases.

Fair Furniture

This lovely brand designs and produces honest handmade furniture and accessories.
They focus on beautifully handmade products of sustainable or recycled materials.

Brandt Candles

Brandt produces handmade sustainable candles based on soy. We have to confess, we’re a little bit addicted to these ones. 

Nolda Vrielink

Amsterdam based. All her jewellery feels fresh and minimalistic.

Dream Tribe

Dream Tribe travels the world in search for unique treasures. Sukha gets inspired by
her way of collecting materials. 

Esther van der Sluis

Fragile, yet powerful ceramics. Dreamlike dutch design with an edgy side. 

Collégien

The family Guilles have run their hosiery factory for almost a century, at Briatexte, a small village in the southwest of France. We’re happy to sell the pretty socks of Collégien to you.