If I could describe Susanne Spatt in three words it would be: traditional, elegance, craftsmanship. These are three of many attitudes to describe the Austrian costume brand, which fascinated me since the day I’ve visited the atelier in Salzburg ten years ago. The moment I saw all elegant handcrafted jackets, blazers and dresses, I started to dream to wear Susanne Spatt one day.
Today, I am proud to present my favorite Austrian brand by Susanne Spatt. Born into a family of doctors and artists in Salzburg, the former lawyer became a costume designer out of love for traditional costume. In 1996, the self-taught designer created her first own collection of children’s costumes. Spatt’s enthusiasm was always remarkable, her imagination limitless and the quality on the highest level. Her motto “Learning by doing” opened new opportunities and let her grow professionally, while transforming her passion into a profession.
The brand started to bloom, and in 2001 Susanne Spatt brought her first women’s collection onto the market. Sophisticated designs, classic jackets and exclusive dirndls created with great attention to detail. Still every single garment is handmade with love. The Susanne Spatt company has developed into a real family business. Her five children grew up with the company and already lead in various departments.
“The costume is something regional and can only be authentic if it is associated with the region. Most of our fabrics come from Austria, and they are processed in Styria. “— Susanne Wach-Spatt
Here I am wearing a few pieces of the Limited Edition Fall/Winter 2020 collection. The dreamy colors of autumn are reflected in this collection. Scottish wool plaids, velvet and extraordinary handprints make Susanne Spatt’s clothes so unique and sophisticated. All these pieces are available in Vienna and Bad Aussee stores. You can also contact Susanne Spatt’s team directly and they would be happy to send your favorite pieces directly to your home. Click here for more.
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