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Ellen Pedersen is a Danish menswear brand founded in 2015. Based on the initiative to creative elegant tailored sportswear with innovative pattern cutting techniques, the company has, since its foundation, grown into an accomplished international menswear brand. Ellen Pedersen offers today a full line of technical outerwear, polos, sweats and accessories to the fashion conscious consumer.
Inspired by both English subculture and Danish minimalism, Ellen Pedersen merge traditional tailoring methods with innovative techniques to create high-end and considered menswear.
Ellen Pedersen is currenty stocked at Please Do Not Enter LA, Harvey Nichols HK, Siersted Store DK, Onkel P DK and La Muse JP. Ellen Pedersen flagship store is open every Saturday from 11-3pm. at Colbjørnsensgade 12, kld th, 1650 Copenhagen V. DK
Ellen Pedersen is worn by celebrities like Olly Alexander from Years & Years, Kelela, Raye, Ariana Grande, GENTS, Victor Boy Lindholm and First Hate.
The menswear designer Ellen Pedersen
Prior Ellen has studied at TEKO design school in Denmark and did her MA in fashion menswear at Royal College of Art. During studies she has worked for Christopher Ræburn in London and been an intern for Astrid Andersen, UNIQLO in Tokyo and Zegna Baruffa lane Borgosesia in Italy. Ellen Pedersen teaches at Krabbesholm Højskole and is an external tutor at TEKO design school.
Ellen was nominated for DANSK Design Talent in 2016 and she won the Brioni Tailoring award for the lounge suit in 2013 awarded by BRIONI GROUP and Royal College of Art.
In 2014 she won the Bladen Development Award (a prize from National Tailoring & Design Awards 2014), comment were:
“Applied a high level of consideration, sophistication and attention to detail throughout, producing an exceptionally strong and convincing body of work.”
Wallpaper wrote after her presentation at the Royal College of Art fashion show 2014:
“Ellen Pedersen dominated the sportif menswear line-up.”