Adéle, the designer of Vodabox, started the whole concept in august 2000 by delivering small custom made clothing quantities to shops in Sweden. As a result of the great response from customers, Adéle and her sister Noémi (the designer of Nubia) decided to open their own shop in Malmoe by 2001. At the same time Nubia as a separate brand was born.
After managing the shop for a couple of years, by 2003, they sought new challenges and stretched out to embrace a wider clientele exhibiting at a popular London trade show for alternative fashion. This was a big step forward for their business and also a great development in inspiring customer relations. By autumn 2007 the shop closed to concentrate focus on the creation and production of new designs. Vodabox and Nubia are now both well-known brands all over the world, delivering great quality combined by really unique designs that always looks ahead.Visit the retailer link to find a shop nearby you that sell Vodabox and Nubia.
Vodabox and Nubia are manufactured within Europe under fair trade conditions, which both brands consider an important issue. Though sometimes hard to live up to for larger brands, Vodabox and Nubia differ. The clothes aren’t mass produced in large factory lines, things like working conditions and salaries can be kept a closer watch upon. This also gives you, as a customer, a more long lasting quality where the product is made out of honest concern.