DK Company opens showroom for women’s fashion brands Kaffe Curve and Culture in WFC

Danish fashion group DK Company has opened a new showroom in WFC Fashion Toren 1 for women’s fashion brands Kaffe Curve and Culture, investor/developer MRP, owner of WFC Amsterdam, reported in a press release.

“Kaffe Curve’s fashionable clothing is suitable for all occasions, the brand provides innovation in the plus size market,” says Marleen van der Velde, Country Director DK Company Netherlands in the press release. “We are very happy that after the successful start in Denmark we can now also introduce Kaffee Curve in this new showroom in the Netherlands.”

Kaffe Curve, which offers women’s fashion in sizes 44 to 54, is introduced by DK in the Netherlands. “Kaffe Curve is derived from Kaffe, a fashion brand that has been on the market for a long time, also in the Netherlands,” says Van der Velde when asked. “Kaffe’s good styles have been selected and adapted for the curvy woman. This is how we can adapt Kaffe Curve to existing [Kaffe] offer customers as an extension of the sizes. We are now mainly focusing on new customers, the plus size stores.” It is an affordable, fashionable brand that is located in the middle segment. The country manager says that the sales prices of Kaffe Curve are the same as those of Kaffe, despite the fact that more fabric is used for the plus size items.

Sales of . will start in January main autumn, delivery August/September.

Danish plus size brand Kaffe Curve starts wholesale in the Netherlands

Culture was already available in the Netherlands through an agent, but has now been taken under own management, according to the country director DK Company Netherlands.

De multibrand modegroep DK Company heeft Blend, Bon’A Parte, BYoung, Casual Friday, Cream, Culture, Dranella, Fransa, Gestuz, Ichi, Inwear, Kaffe, Kaffe Curve, Karen by Simonsen, Lounge Nine, Matinique, My Essential Wardrobe, Part Two, Pulz Jeans, Saint Tropez, Soaked in Luxury, SolidMen, Tailored Originals en TheJoggConcept in het portfolio.

Image: Culture

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