Photo by: Nadya Kwandibens / Artist: Celeste Pedri-Spade & Evan Ducharme Studio


Featured in: A Letter from Home

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Bibi Chemnitz uses many elements from their Inuit and Greenland background in a modern way. Bibi avoids a “tourist brand” label. Swept away from the cold dark plains of Greenland onto the cobbled streets of Copenhagen, BIBI CHEMNITZ continues to dabble in both universes. The brand initially set out to develop crisp garments for aware global dwellers. The sporty silhouette embraces past and present and enables wearers to tackle each day willfully.

Small town Nuuk and the ancient Inuit culture are mashed with modern urban cityscapes to create innovative garments that withstand any test of time. Graphic, structured and defying common standards, BIBI CHEMNITZ presents their take on shapes, precise tailoring and fresh leisurewear. The line is now stocked globally by like-minded, forward-thinking boutiques, thus spreading the word of its unique characteristic duality.