COMPANY HISTORY
Copenhagen Kasbah is a Danish fashion company established in late 2004 by Tim Meicker, that designs and marketing two annual collections for modern women.

The company was soon a part of the Danish fashion industry and Copenhagen Kasbah participated in the CPH Vision Fashion Fair for the first time in February 2006.
The first fashion show was arranged in collaboration with Designers Network (a network dedicated to promote and sell collections from upcoming designers) and took place in an old factory building: more than 500 guests attended the show. Soon after the brand was discovered by Young Designers United - featured in the travel guide StyleCity Amsterdam - a shop and network in Amsterdam in The Netherlands - handpicking designers with a lot of creativity, who are able to translate their visions into wearable and affordable collections.

In december 2006 the concept store in Nansensgade opened.

In 2007 Copenhagen Kasbah joined Danish Fashion Institute and has been a member since. This year we participated in the Concept Fashion Week and held a fashion show in Los Angeles.

In 2008 the online shop opened and made the collections available worldwide.

In 2010 the concept store was rebuild and redecorated and the sales area was doubled. Same year the concept store was certified Klima+ by the City of Copenhagen, which means that we continue to lower the use of energy and only use eco-labelled detergents and cleaners.

In 2012 we moved the concept store to Frederiksborggade 33 to a new and much larger boutique with high ceilings, new interior and more than 100 sqm sales area.