Performance clothing. Less but better.
AEANCE offers a system of versatile functional clothing, built on the idea that less is better. Simplicity in design paired with technical performance and a strict focus on sustainability.
Style-conscious clothing for sports, travel and daily life. Garments that support your comfort and self-assurance in the magical moments in nature as much as in an everyday reality of our times.
We have founded AEANCE in 2015, inspired by our own need for multifunctional clothing that is built on simplicity and highest quality, while featuring advanced technical performance at the same time.
We believe that a deep connection with nature enables us to create a positive future. We are committed to create garments with the least possible impact on the environment and have set up a supply chain focusing on sustainability and responsibility. Our garments are manufactured in Europe with latest manufacturing technology and highest quality performance materials; and our fabrics comply with strictest eco-standards such as bluesign®, OEKO-TEX®, GRS (Global Recycle Standard) and ZQ Merino.
Our collections are non-seasonal, because we do not believe in a fast-paced cycle of consumerism. The textile industry is still one of the world's largest polluters, despite climate change and loss of biodiversity progressing in shocking speed. We believe that deeply connecting with nature can help us to save it for future generations and creating a positive future. This is why Nature for Future is our mantra. We believe in owning less but better things that are made in a way that reduces harm to us and our planet.
Nadine and Arendt
"Doing more with less, essentially. In a landscape of fast fashion and logomania, Aeance stands apart. The minimalist brand is the embodiment of both style and substance; clothing designed to meet the demands—and values—of modern life.“
"Chic, reductivist, radical apparel. A buzzy, minimalist tech apparel brand that meets the demands – and politics – of modern life. This is activewear free from logos and seasonal hype; eco-sustainability and ethical responsibility are high on the agenda."