BANÚ is a female first name meaning „the prestigious, noble lady“. This is exactly what BANÚ stands for. The fashion brand addresses to fashion-conscious women who are interested in beautiful and wearable clothes with a special twist in design. The BANÚ woman enjoys dressing herself and values the mix of feminine and modern style.
Our approach for a sustainable fashion industry
All our products are MADE IN EUROPE. Our production and partners are all based in Portugal.
– We know every supplier in person
– We have visited all our factories in person
– We focus on quality instead of quantity
– We are mainly using natural fibers
– We try to minimize plastic usage
– We produce small and limited collections to avoid mass production
– Short shipping distances within Europe
– We create timeless designs which can we worn years not only one season
"Which pieces from my wardrobe do I love the most and which ones are an asset to the wardrobe of every woman?"
Follow your heart, keep challenging yourself, dont step on the spot and always try to be true to yourself. That’s what BANÚ founder Nina Schwichtenberg and Patrick Kahlo drives. Since 2012, they run the german fashion and lifestyle blog Fashiioncarpet together. Now they take the next step by starting their first own fashion label BANÚ.
Nina’s heart has always been beating for pretty clothes, great designs and special pieces. She has been able to define her own personal fashion style in recent years and consolidate herself and her fashion identity, not just because of the blog. Nina’s style is modern, wearable and yet always with that special something.
That’s exactly what BANÚ stands for: an exciting and personal mixture of great and individual cuts, special details as well as modern everyday pieces. The brand BANÚ is 100% Nina. A brand made by women for women. Something that is intimately connected with Nina, her taste, her personal style and preferences.
because you can be anything you want to be
BANÚ is a nonseasonal brand that works independently of classic fashion and season cycles. In addition, Nina and Patrick attach great importance to the direct and unfiltered exchange with their community. “Happy You. Happy Us.” In the future, they want to involve their community in design processes and end consumers relevant decisions.