LUCKYNELLY

 

 

LUCKYNELLY BERLIN

Unique vegan and sustainable luxury fashion designer handbags and more - since 2012

LUCKYNELLY - BERLIN, the original fashion designer label for vegan and ethical luxury handbags and accessories, that combines high end luxury with sustainability, greatest empathy and the only way to show how extraordinarily beautiful vegan and ecological products can be.

Represented by PETA and part as Designer brand of Berlin Fashion Week, LUCKYNELLY redifines luxury and is leader in vegan sustainable fashion.

LUCKYNELLY is 100% {PETA APPROVED VEGAN} and does not compose vegan products with genuine leather.

With unique designs and the most innovative sustainable materials LUCKYNELLY - BERLIN has established itself internationally at the fashion market since 2012.

"With LUCKYNELLY you own a unique piece of art with a sense of delight."

Our Statement: "be fashion - be style - be cruelty-free"

Our products are high end manufactured in Berlin/Germany.


THE STORY


Christine Rochlitz, founder and head-designer of LUCKYNELLY – BERLIN, had always been very interested in fashion, design, interior, painting, colors, new trends and creating unique and exclusive things, so she studied fashion design at the University of applied science and arts in Bielefeld, Germany with successful graduating and established the brand in Berlin in 2012.

The brand name was created by Christine's beloved Bearded Collie dog „NELLY“ and her cute little rabbit "LUCKY" who were the muses for and for the decision to use only cruelty-free and vegan materials and to renounce of any animal skin, fur, silk and wool.

She started using cork for the collections because it looks and feels like real leather and can be embossed to have the snake or crocodile print. But there are so many more innovative ecological vegan materials to find.

As a real crazy „material stalker“ she found the most innovative ecological vegan materials in the world as the sewable wood and slate stone, Piñatex (made from Pineapple fibers), Muskin (made from mushrooms), Malai (made from Coconuts), Desserto (Cactus "Leather") silver colored washable paper, foldable ceramic that can be cut by scissor for making jewelry and Apple Skin (made from apples waste) to name a few that are used now for fashion, years ago.

After two years of tough work, the British Vogue contacted her and wanted to present Christine and the brand LUCKYNELLY as one of the new talented designers in the world. The unique style also attracted attention and recognition at the British ELLE, Harper's Bazaar and Cosmopolitan, which published in printed issues.

"With my fashion accessories I want to show that vegan fashion is very luxurious, unique and the lasting trend for our future."

"My inspirations for new handbags and collections I get from nature, from animals, these beautiful creatures, with an iridescent look as the rose chafer and iridescent snakes. And there are so many more beautiful things you can find in nature – wood structures, fields, flowers, anywhere even in the city."

"For my designs I let inspire me by the beauty of nature, because it already carries all the perfect design in itself. I always have my Canon camera with me to capture all the beautiful facets of nature and the animal kingdom and incorporate them into my designs."