Agnes Nordenholz: a Slow Luxury Label

Agnes Nordenholz: a Slow Luxury Label


AGNES NORDENHOLZ is a slow luxury label founded 2015 in Berlin. The german born Agnes Schorer is the creative mind behind AGNES NORDENHOLZ. The intention of Agnes Nordenholz is to produce soulful products, that last for a long time.The brand stands for forwardthinking yet understated collections and is known for it ́s unique handbags, often combining leather, loden and fur. The tradition of high craftsmanship and the choice of finest materials is accomplishing the design to offer `European luxury now ́.

The collection emphasizes the idea of slow luxury and to create soulful products, that stand for themselves. The collection offers strong basics with a focus on outerwear made of Austrian Loden, 100 % Wool, which means biodegradable and therefore 100% sustainable outerwear.
The selection of fabrics include a special thin Loden, that has an Aquastop finish. Monochrome silhouettes in a dark red, creme-white, black and grey show a contemporary, reduced language. They are accomplished by a green colored lambfur. With well selected high quality fabrics from european production companies the collection offers clean cuts with a couture approach through ruffles and pleats.
The silhouettes and details of the coats and jackets are close to traditional trenchcoats, capes (Austrian `Wetterfleck ́) Parkas or sportive hoodies. The accessories range offers a tobacco colored leather for the saddle bag and a new style of an extra large crossbody-bag, and an intriguing green colored lambfur as a new color option for the furbags.

`Grey Friend ́ is the first style of the sustainable accessories-line of AGNES NORDENHOLZ and it is made in Italy. It combines tradition, quality and craftsmanship. The fur comes from the `Heidschnucke of Lüneburger Heath ́, a free-grazing sheeprace from northern Germany.
While growing up the sheep develop the typical grey fur. Each piece is therefor unique through the natural variation of colouring.

The `Schladminger Loden ́

Near Schladming at the foot of the Dachstein Massif, where the Steiner family founded a “Lodenwalke” (mill) in 1888 – that is where the Schladming Loden is produced. The wool used comes from Tyrolean mountain sheep, which Steiner purchases directly from local farmers. Wool is a renewable resource that can be shorn from sheep annually. It is biodegradable and kinder to the environment than oil-based synthetics, which contribute to global pollution. Wool is sustainable.


`The Hunter ́
Inspired by traditional hunting bags, `The Hunter ́ is a combination of vegetable tanned leather and fur of the german Heidschnucke. It has a rope handle with solid brass ends, an adjustable, detachable leatherstrap and 2 inner sections with 1 zipper pocket. The closure is the signature solid brass turn lock, that gives the bag a `face ́.

The Accessories-range offers 2 new styles: `The handbag ́ and `The bomber ́. The handbag combines vegetable tanned leather and sheepfur from the Heidschnucke, while the bomber is a combination of traditional Austrian Loden `Schladminger ́, vegetable tanned leather and sheepfur from the german Heidschnucke.