meet the people behind Natascha von Hirschhausen
At Natascha von Hirschhausen, we are committed to creating a sustainable and zero-waste future for the fashion industry. As design team, we understand the impact that our industry has on the environment and the need for change.
We believe that fashion can be both beautiful and sustainable, and we are taking steps to ensure that our designs are as eco-friendly as possible. From sourcing materials that are ethically produced and eco-friendly to minimizing waste in our production process, we are dedicated to reducing our environmental footprint.
We also want to share the joy, that sustainable choices can bring. We encourage to make informed choices and to support brands that are committed to sustainability. It just feels better in every way.
We believe that by working together, we can create a brighter and more sustainable future for the fashion industry. Let's WasteLessFuture!
chief of enterprise values Natascha
"I studied fashion at weißensee kunsthochschule Berlin. During my master studies I took part in a collaboration project between Universität der Künste, weißensee kunsthochschule berlin and Goethe Institut Bangladesh and had the chance to travel to Bangladesh. Being there and experiencing the country with its rich culture, but also its endless mountains of waste, had a huge impact on me. Since then, my goal has been to avoid waste in the first place, rather than upcycling leftovers, because I believe that we have to change the fashion system fundamentally. So I invented my own way of cutting patterns zero-waste. Plus I only used fair and organic materials for every component from the beginning on. One year after founding the brand, I got awarded with the Federal Award Ecodesign in 2017.
Personally, I love to hide behind the camera, my collection, my work, whatever is easiest to pull in front of my nose. I rather enjoy making meaningful products in my Berlin based studio. This only shifts whenever I can talk about my passion for sustainable fashion and zero-waste design in workshops and lectures. My goal is in growing the brand, for I am truly and deeply in love with my products - for a wasteless future!"
jack of all trades Lukas"I am super happy, that Natascha has taken me on this crazy fashion journey, even though I am more of a pants and t-shirt kinda guy. Over the years Tascha has been infectious with her enthusiasm about the philosophy of fashion. So I have been more and more involved. It started with simple support and having her back up to being an active part in a growing fashion label. In 2018, Natascha gave me her last name and all my base are belong to her now *nerd alert*. Since then my main goal is to push the label to the point where I can be a stay at home trophy husband - so shop now!"
marketing, sales and design Kristina
Meet Kristina, a sustainable female fashion designer who is changing the game in the fashion industry. With a passion for environmentalism and a deep respect for the earth, Kristina is creating clothing that not only looks stunning, but is also eco-friendly and ethically made. Using cutting-edge technologies and materials, Kristina's designs are both futuristic and sustainable, showcasing her commitment to a better future for all. With her bold vision and unwavering dedication to sustainability, Kristina is leading the way towards a more conscious and compassionate future for the fashion industry. (This text was written by AI.)
production assistant and quality control Jona
Jona is a talented assistant fashion designer who is dedicated to zero-waste design. He is committed to reducing the environmental impact of the fashion industry and believes that zero-waste design is the future.
queen of the seam Rike
Rike is known for her precision and attention to detail in creating beautiful garments. Her passion for fashion and sewing is evident in every stitch she makes. She is creating all made-on-demand pieces and our zero-waste collection samples.
our future-driven concept in detail
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