Rich in both character and narrative, the Polar Byzantine collection by Klaus Haapaniemi & Co. presents the art of storytelling through a series of beautifully crafted silk pieces.
Hexe summer collection by Klaus Haapaniemi & co. is seasonal wear for gatherings in warm evenings and nighttime ceremonies. Nocturnally blooming floral prints evoke the feeling of supernatural beauty and dark arts of Artemisian horticulture.
It’s examinations of the seamlessly harmless world of botany which similarly attracts, intoxicates, evolves consciousness and could bring hallucinogenic euphoria or danger when misused.
The collection is created around floral prints exploring the world of poisons and herbcrafts for summertime sorceresses, and consists dresses of lightweight silk for evenings and relaxed and cool cotton dresses for daytime.
Equinoxe silk dress
Opium frill shirt
Schizostylus cotton poplin dress
Klaus Haapaniemi & Co. launched into womenswear with AW18 capsule collection ‘Catraoke’.
Extending from luxe accessories that have always been part of the brand’s identity, womenswear was a natural next step. Condensed into 6 key looks, the collection went beyond trends and seasons with functional pieces focusing on construction around playful prints and their placements.
Nocturnal Bloom silkwear collection launched during London Design Festival in 2014 along the Arte Bloom sofas created with Nikari, and brass pendant lights created with Taneli Mansikkamäki.
The collection started from the Nocturnal Bloom textiles. They were inspired by a night-garden and dark seductive flowers that only bloom at night, Moonflower, Midsummer Night and Purple Rain.