Holzweiler- The making of our scarfs
In 2012 Holzweiler launched their first luxury scarf collection, Holzweiler.
In cashmere, silk and wool blends Holzweiler scarves showed unique variations of prints and colours, and became an instant success on the Norwegian fashion market.
In July 2014, Holzweiler expanded their creativity to the next level and launched their own clothing line. Drawing on art as a metaphor and portraying this directly into the collection has become one of the main characteristics of the distinct Holzweiler design.
The story began when founder Andreas Holzweiler met the factory owner Tiziano,
and found a mutual passion for fabric, quality and great produce.
Celebrating this mutual passion, Holzweiler now wants to give you a behind-the-scenes look on how their scarves are made.
“Just thinking about, conceptualizing or even realizing a fashion accessory is like creating a piece of art. The scarf as an accessory should not be understood merely as a simple complementary element, but as a true object of great workmanship, design and function to express ones personality”
- Andreas Holzweiler, CEO Holzweiler
Andreas found the common thread of passion for fabric in Italy, transmitted from father and owner, and now to his sons and daughters. Manufacturing scarves for years, this small and family-driven operation embodies a solid and experienced crew.
To emphasize the importance of sustainable production they use recycled wool in all of their lambswool products.
The product come from a sequence of different stages when processing the fabric.
This way they bring life to a new cycle of careful spinning, weaving and coloring to create a new Holzweiler scarf. The colors used in the process are all certified according to the latest European and Worldwide regulations, guaranteeing that safety and health requirements are met.