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Find the new season style inspiration you need from our GANNI clothing, footwear and accessories collection. Discover our selection of womenswear, including colourful dresses, bold t-shirts & blouses, unique accessories and more.

Originating in 2000, GANNI is a Danish fashion brand that was founded by Copenhagen gallerist Frans Truelsen. Now under the management of Nicolaj and Ditte Reffstrup, the brand has gained a cult status across the industry for its bold and playful designs, often incorporating vibrant colours, prints, and unconventional silhouettes.

Whether you're looking to add unique prints with GANNI clothing, accessorise with GANNI bag styles and hats, or add the finishing touch with a pair of GANNI shoes, we've got you covered for this season's latest.

Our GANNI clothing, footwear and accessories collection aims to make you look and feel your best with conversation-starting designs. Featuring bold, playful womenswear pieces that will make an instant but lasting impression.



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Who is GANNI?

Founded in 2000 by husband-and-wife duo Nicolaj Reffstrup and Ditte Reffstrup, GANNI is a Danish brand well-known for its contemporary designs and playful approach to style.

Where is GANNI from?

GANNI is a fashion label from Denmark, founded in Copenhagen in 2000 by Nicolaj Reffstrup and Ditte Reffstrup.

Why is GANNI popular?

GANNI is popular for its unique blend of Scandinavian minimalism and bold designs, appealing to fashion enthusiasts globally.

Where are GANNI clothes made?

GANNI clothes are primarily manufactured in Europe, including countries such as Portugal, Italy, and Turkey. The brand focuses on ethical production practices and sustainability, which often involves working with factories that meet these standards.

How to pronounce GANNI?

Fashion brand GANNI is pronounced as "GAH-nee" with the stress on the first syllable.

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