In 2004 Carsten and Lenka Rundholz branched out from their main Rundholz line into the world of dip-dye and modern art as fashion.
Created in collaboration with Japanese dye artists, Rundholz DIP was born as a natural evolution of the duo’s already avant garde ready-to-wear.
With experiments conducted in Carsten’s countryside studio, DIP’s swinging silhouettes and specialty fabric treatments capture a uniquely adventurous feeling with each garment.
The stars of this label are the textiles – by choosing a more substantial weight of cotton, Carsten and Lenka are able to build sculptural, but comfortable, forms.
In this delivery, we see the combination of zipper pockets, decorative hoods and patchwork details that nod to the line’s original street and sportswear influences.