"The DHL workwear with its characteristic colours has been familiar to me since my childhood - yellow sleeves and a red torso with black side panels." - Johann Ehrhardt
DHL collaborates with the Berlin-based fashion label Haderlump a second time.
Giving fabric a second life is in the very DNA of this young Berlin fashion label. The name itself stands for both uniqueness and sustainability. “Haderlump” was a derogatory term used in the 18th and 19th centuries for a person who travelled around collecting worn-out pieces and scraps of cloth to sell to paper mills. Seeing value in materials and scraps that others consider worthless is one of many great qualities of the Haderlump brand. The comeTWOgether campaign from DHLxHaderlump also gives unused clothing new life and new value.
Following a collection in spring, the German logistics company DHL announced that the second capsule with Haderlump is now being released.
“The DHL workwear with its characteristic colours has been familiar to me since my childhood – yellow sleeves and a red torso with black side panels,” said Haderlump designer Johann Ehrhardt. The fashion creator combined these designer characteristics with elements of his brand, such as the use of leather and lavish cuts.
The DHL capsule includes a tailored, floor-length evening gown in the typical colours of the logistics company: yellow, red, and black. Long sleeves and a high collar evoke the typical work uniform. Additionally, a two-toned leather blazer was paired with a knee-length black pleated skirt and logo boots. A coat with a pleated back yoke, train, and emblem inserts completes the capsule.
In the first collaboration between DHL and Haderlump, used clothing items were already utilized, from which a collection of blazers, jackets, and hoodies emerged.