New to Bias: Libertine Libertine


A mere baby by Scandinavian label standards, Libertine Libertine was established in 2009 in the vortex of the recession by Rasmus Bak, Pernille Scwarz and Peter Munch Ovesen. 

Motivated to create a brand based on high quality and well designed garments that strive to, in their words, 'stimulate the creative soul without restrictions'. They are inspired by city lights, wild shores and contemporary culture of their homeland. Every single item is produced in Europe and with rigorous attention to detail by sourcing the best textiles and manufacturers. Beginning with a few select product groups, the brand has grown naturally into a versatile label spanning a full collection.

Classic cuts are given a modern edge with an alternative print or a new texture. Simplicity and practicality play their part: fabrics are timeless and easy to wear.

Menswear is currently inshore. Womenswear drops mid-October.

And Less

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And Less, sister label to the longstanding popular Danish brand NUMPH is relatively new to the scene of Scandinavian fashion taking it's inspiration from Scandinavian simplicity, Nordic thoughtfulness and a tradition for craftsmanship.  With a minimalist approach, And Less works to balance past and future traditions with modernism. Featuring a palette of calm and classic shades and a keen attention to detail.

True to Scandinavian style And Less's uncomplicated approach to fashion allows you to transition from the office or work environment to social engagements with an effortless ease.

First viewed by the BIAS team during fashion week in Copenhagen we quickly realised this label was a must for both shops North and South.  In it's first season at BIAS this affordable label has quickly become a client favourite.