Niels Martinsen founded InWear in 1969. Aged 20 at the time, he was the co-owner of one of Copenhagen’s hippest nightclubs, but he had an
idea for a fashion label. Niels wanted to dress the women around him – independent, curious and loving life. He bought six rolls of jersey and
created a collection of dresses and shirts with his then girlfriend Kirsten Teisner, a talented young fashion designer. They experimented with
washed jeans, creating a gently worn, vintage look, blazing a trail in the denim industry.
InWear was an overnight fashion sensation, presenting a modern vision of femininity for a generation of women following their own paths.
Fifty years later, so much has changed. But the InWear philosophy is forever: creating a wardrobe of pieces that give women f reedom,
ease and a sense of confidence. At the heart of what we do is the belief that while trends come and go, what the InWear woman is always
searching for is the feeling of putting on a pair of black trousers that f it so perfectly they feel like f riends. Read full intervew.