FELDER & FELDER was launched by identical twin sisters Annette and Daniela Felder, while still studying at Central Saint Martins in London 2006/2007. They haven’t looked back since. Born in Germany, but they say “London is our home”.


Starting with the support of key press and opinion formers, including features in Vogue, Elle, i-D Magazine and The Sunday Times Style, Felder Felder has developed a cult following.

The sisters established a signature style with their feminine “Modern, sexy, cool”; Rock and roll aesthetic, which was quickly embraced by singers and actresses, including Rihanna, Gwyneth Paltrow, Florence and the Machine and Allison Mosshart.

The Felder sisters are intrigued by opposites and combine contrasts in their collections, aiming to achieve the perfect balance in each design.

Their bold, yet modern and sensual aesthetic, has won FELDER FELDER the respected New Gen Award for three consecutive seasons, a nomination for The British Fashion Awards 2008, a celebrity following and the support of the most sought after stores in the World.

FELDER FELDER is stocked by Liberty and Browns Focus in London, as well as by high end boutiques in Germany, France, Italy, USA, Russia, Australia and Austria.

For Autumn/Winter 2010, the British Fashion Council respectively offered FELDER FELDER an on schedule slot for London Fashion Week.

The Felder sisters designed the new uniforms for London’s luxurious restaurant NOBU BERKLEY STREET, which have launched to much success in Autumn of 2009.

On  a review by Alice Watt from ELLE on 19 February 2011, she says regarding
Felder & Felder Catwalk AW/11:
“After last season’s uncharacteristically colourful collection, the Felder Felder twins returned to their signature rock’n’roll aesthetic. With a predominant palette of ink blue and jet black, it was a collection that referenced Ziggy Stardust (cue high waisted metallic silver skinnies) to Lady Gaga (bold shoulder pads draped in hair).
From skater dresses and sheer, flowing maxi skirts, to super tight leather bodices and sprayed-on trousers, it was a varied collection that introduced a more refined silhouette to the grungy audience- and they lapped it up. From the first hair embellished leather jacket to the final jewel encrusted dress, this was a collection all about texture and one that looks set to make its way onto many a cool East London girl's wish list”.


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