Born in 1976 in the Italian town of Merano, Anne-Rose Conzelmann is a graduate engineer in textile technology and lectures at the Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design.
Being a mother of three, her primary focus when developing a collection is on the requirements and demands of children.
“As parents we’re constantly trying to provide our children with the best possible. That also applies to their clothes. Just like everything else they must suit the needs and wishes of children as well. Besides keeping warm and looking fashionable Jackets must allow kids the freedom they require to explore the world around them.
As a garment engineer I have high demands when it comes to materials used for children’s clothes. They must be natural, free from chemical additives, hard-wearing and light. Boiled wool implements all of these features.
Jackets not only become pieces of clothing, but all-time favourites that accompany children through all the adventures life holds in store for them.”
Designed in Germany with meticulous care, the jackets are made using Austrian boiled wool (so-called “Walk”) in a long-established Czech company with which Anne-Rose Conzelmann has worked closely for more than 20 years.
Quality made in Europe.