SIXTYDAYS is a Scandinavian fashion brand with its roots in genuineness, love and creativity with an ambition to bring modern everyday fashion into timeless craftsmanship.
Efty Kvist, Designer and Creative Director of SixtyDays, established the brand in 2012 in Helsingborg, southern Sweden, with the vision to offer quality clothing at justifiable prices, without compromising her belief in clothing being unique by the details, completeness and through a conscious manufacturing with a high quality.
Truthfulness, consciousness, responsibility and quality are four of SixtyDays’ fundamental building blocks; it’s firmly established within all aspects of SixtyDays’ supply chain - from the carefully selected partners doing the manufacturing to the fabrics and the details being carefully chosen to satisfy the customer. The collections are inspired by earthy colors, monuments and temples around the world, and made with high attention to details and tailoring techniques, to stay true to SixtyDays philosophy. All colors and prints are unique to ensure an exclusive finish.
In 2012 SixtyDays started the journey of creating women clothing with high attention to details, handpicked materials and exclusive pattens. The first collection mainly focused on blouses and some accessories. The development of the Women Collection has added more accessories, knitted sweaters, trousers, dresses, skirts and jackets, some of them made of leather.
Today, SixtyDays Women Collection, is still very close to its origin and still being recognized for a unique interpretation of blouses, but also for the very soft, but still rough and eye-catching unique leather goods with details never seen before. Moreover, the knit collection continues to grow every season and is loved by many returning customers.
In 2012, the thought of creating a Home Collection was born, where the philosophy of SixtyDays would be transformed into home accessories, bedlinen and pillows. It was an idea coming to life during 2016, and SixtyDays Home Collection is to be launched in 2017.