Love Brands is a striking series of fashion editorials, curated and produced by Container Love. We believe in building up a community with brands supporting queer lifestyle, celebrating diversity and all identities, creating a safe space for everyone.
Photo Eduard Galià for FRNKOW
Kust x Lovem: A Skin To Skin Story
Premium underwear brand Kust launches a new line of products in collaboration with skincare pioneer Lovem on a sustainable self-care routine which aims to transform the traditional approach to men’s health and beauty.
Swype Cosmetics: Play By Your Own Rules
Skin care that adapts to our lifestyle, not the other way around. Swype Cosmetics believes that we don't have to choose between flawless skin and a fast-paced lifestyle.
Máthé: Design Is Not An Individual Sport
Florian Máthé is a Berlin-based designer and performer specialising in latex as a medium of unapologetically queer and artistic expression.
Rich Mnisi: Celebrating Culture And Heritage
Introducing Hiya Kaya, the SS21 collection by designer Rich Mnisi – a contemporary, multi-disciplinary fashion brand based in South Africa.
Lukhanyo Mdingi: All Want To Be Seen, All Want To Be Heard
We asked Cape Town designer Lukhanyo Mdingi about his attitude towards colours and how he’s constantly reinventing his African heritage.
Viviers: A New Life In Colour
The head of South Africa’s Viviers, Lezanne Viviers to talk about the clash between western preconceptions and true African identity.
Jean Gritsfeldt: Fashion As A Statement
Love Brand Jean Gritsfeldt’s latest collection, Born in Kyiv. Sculptor of Love, made headlines all over the world when it made its debut at the Berlin Fashion Week. Shooting a selection of his designs with Container Love, we could finally ask Jean to tell his extraordinary story of starting from scratch after leaving Ukraine, his commitment to environmentalism, and why each piece he creates should be a statement on its own.
Kust: Feeling Iconic
Keeping its minimal aesthetic approach to each of its collection, Kust presents the new iconic brief 02/ with an adjusted fit and design.
Rafael Kouto: The Art Of Resurrection
We sat down with Rafael Kouto to ask him about the beauty and challenges of improvisation and African influences.
Kids Of The Diaspora: Deconstruct The Concept Of Minority
Kids Of The Diaspora is a poetic fashion movement that invites everyone to embrace themselves and not to compromise their personality and appearance.
Frau Tonis Parfum: With Great Attention To Detail
Frau Tonis Parfum stands for high-quality perfumes since 2011 - without sex sells campaigns, gender bias or decorative celebrities.
Litichevskaya: Love Is A Calmness
With her unisex label Litichevskaya, designer Sonja Litichevskaya is inspired by the Russian avant-garde, Perestroika art and Soviet space exploration.
Max Thomas Sanderson: A Departure From The Everyday
We're in love with the designs and silhouettes of Max Thomas Sanderson, dedicated to contemporary, artisanal tailoring for all genders.
Anatol: Everything Starts With Music
Anatol was founded by Deniz Oeztuna with a vision is to create wearable artworks collaborating with contemporary artists.
Kust: Lounge In Style
There is something new from Kust. A lounge suit in 4 bright colours. Just right for the cozy season. It is the ultimate uniform for any activity, no matter what time of year.
Kurt Prynne: Clothes To Put On, Clothes To Take Off
Creating bold T-shirt statements and his own line of intimate underwear, Berlin-based designer Kurt Prynne is all about duality.
Frnkow: Minimalist Men’s Loungewear With More
Frnkow is a lifestyle and fashion brand for men founded in 2020 by Nadja and Frank Lin, take a closer look at their collection, Manifesto.
Terrorists Of Beauty: Radically Natural
Terrorists Of Beauty fight what the beauty industry stands for: perfect bodies, complex treatments. Male, female. Chemical ingredients. Animal testing. Plastic. Micro plastic. Overconsumption. They proclaim a new and uncompromising eco-movement that begins in the bathroom.
Nicola Indelicato: More Self Love
Milan-based designer Nicola Indelicato shows us how to cover your mouth and nose in a fashionable and sexy way… and what else to wear.