The story of ATP atelier speaks to the everyday and ultimately, to how you feel about yourself. It’s about taking care of you. To allow yourself to not follow the broadest path and to spend your time and money on the things and experiences in life that last. It’s about smart luxury.

House of Dagmar

Swedish label House of Dagmar was founded by three sisters in 2005. House of Dagmar creates sustainably produced collections with pieces designed to last. The brand features impeccable tailoring and structured silhouettes, as well as livable fabrics and casual lines. Capturing the modern aesthetic of Scandinavia, House of Dagmar delivers minimalist, sophisticated, and edgy styles.

Little Liffner

Little Liffner combines contemporary, Scandinavian design with traditional, Italian craftsmanship. Twisting the traditions of modern minimalism, Little Liffner brings a playful perspective to bag making through the implementation of sculptural shapes, thoughtful pops of color and a strong attention to detail.


Maison Labiche was created in 2011 by a team of Parisians, who started its life with the hand-embroidered Tee-shirt, presenting the typography with chain stitch. This writing developed by Maison Labiche has now become its own distinct script of the brand.


Rodebjer makes fashion with wit, heart and conscience. A well-considered uniform, respectful of women’s day-to-day existence and of the planet she inhabits, to be worn today, tomorrow and far into the future. Since day one, Rodebjer has committed itself to foster mindful consumption habits, presenting collections that are lasting in both quality and style. Implementing more sustainable and responsible practices, fabrics and initiatives in order to improve and extend each garments life and limit the impact our business has on the environment.


Small Studio, With a focus on conscious production, animal welfare, craftsmanship and natural materials Skall Studio is striving for a better fashion industry. Styles are seasonless and made to last –both in terms of design and material choices.


The Garment is all about acute attention to timeless craftsmanship and versatile design, focused on impeccable knitwear and precise tailoring. The vision and the affection for vintage garments have materialised in collections, that stretch across decades of inspiration. The strength of the house is the magic between the monochrome universe of the brand and Creative Director Charlotte Eskildsen’s design heritage.


The brand values mix cultural heritage with love for classic Italian style: the manufacturer is based in Vigevano, a small town near Milan, where the best shoes of the world are produced. Their skills in crafting state of the art footwear, handed down from generation to generation, are combined with a strong passion for the quality of the materials and for perfectly finished details.