I. The collections

About — Charlotte Pringels

I. The collections

We believe in slow fashion, the power of simplicity and elegance in an effort to change and challenge the way we as society consume. Doing so we commit to sourcing natural and recycled fibers and work with high-quality, low minimum suppliers in Europe, allowing us to reduce waste through small-batch production. We want to make sure every link in our supply chain gets a fair price for the work that is being done and we commit to transparent practices by providing information about supply chains, enabling customers to make informed decisions. 

Our aim is to offer our customers carefully designed garments and prove that investing in a piece of our collection is an investment in yourself, your wardrobe and a more sustainable fashion system. ​


II. The designer

II. The designer

Charlotte Pringels is a Belgian-based women’s wear label, named after the founder and CEO of the brand. Her design philosophy: to create a line of essentials that are both interesting and necessary and together form a cohesive wardrobe that maintain relevance over time. Each collection includes elements of ease and polish and is characterized by high-end fabrics and timeless, clean-lined silhouettes.

Charlotte Pringels is a Belgian Fashion designer. She entered the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp / Fashion Department in 2007 and graduated in 2012 from her master (MA) degree.

III. The make

III. The make

Our collections are designed and made with love, and focuses on reinventing tailoring technics while only using finest materials. The current emphasis for the materials we use is on natural and recycled resources of the fiber. Over the years, we have built a solid base of family-run contractors in Ukraine and Belgium. They are responsible for the long-lasting construction of every piece of clothing that we make. From perfect cutting of fabric, to deliberate sewing and finishing with French seams or bias-bound edges, the collection is built to last by suppliers who treat their workers fairly.

All samples and prototypes are made and designed in Charlotte Pringels' own atelier, located in Belgium.