PART III: Caves - 2018

Balancing on a steep cliff overlooking the sea, this collection unites three elements. Japanese minimalism inspires the silhouettes and shapes, designed into versatile and striking cuts. The in-house designed print, taking its point of origin in the Basque sculptor Eduardo Chillida, speaks to organic linens, organic cottons and silks, which have been designed into a-temporal garments looking both into the past and the future. The colour palette takes the form of burnt sienna hues, morning greys, blacks, whites and stripes.

This collection is an ode to the sea, to caves, and the tones and smells of summer.


The Far Side of the Infinite - AW 2017

In 1947, the french artist Yves Klein sat on a bench with his friends Claude Pascal and Arman Fernandez. They divided the universe between themselves; Arman claimed the earth, Pascal claimed language and words, while Yves chose the ethereal space surrounding the planet. The Far side of the Infinite is a playful winter collection which takes its point of departure in this innocent and vibrant anecdote. With a palette of warm evening colours and a selection of spatial in-house prints, this collection is a nod to exploration, astronomy and boldness.


Nemophilist - 2017

Nemophilist (pl nemophilists) (n)
a haunter of the woods.
One who loves the forest and its beauty and solitude

KEMP GADEGÅRD SS17 collection takes its point of departure in the figure of the nemophilist, the curious observer who indulges in the power of vast landscapes.
Within this universe, the french artist Pierre Soulages has inspired the prints: a constellation of emotional brushstokes and deep blue tones.


The Knitwear - 2016

Sourcing organic and lush alpaca wool from a cooperative in the Peruvian Andes, we launched KEMP GADEGÅRD with a capsule knitwear collection