Design Switzerland is initiated by Pro Helvetia, the Swiss Arts Council.

WEER – high quality and minimal design


23-25 May 2019
Various locations around Copenhagen

Official website

Open Embassy

WEER, Panter&Tourron and Raphael Lutz have been invited to take part to the Open Embassy programme organised by the Swiss Embassy in Denmark during the Copenhagen 3daysofdesign and will be participating to live radio show sessions on 23 May.

Full programme here

The clean and minimal design of WEER stands for the brand’s ethics and values: mixing functionality with quality

Karin Lorez launched her first fashion collection in 2014 – she started with high-quality basic t-shirts in three different colors. Today her fashion brand WEER is presenting their collections at Mode Suisse in Zurich, during Paris Fashion Week and even in Korea. Making a statement against the fast-paced nature of fashion, WEER does not offer seasonal collections but instead focuses on offering daily essentials for every wardrobe rather and timeless collections. WEER refers to the charm of vintage workwear, as well as the sharpness of military clothes.

WEER at 3daysofdesign

Under the label Design Switzerland, Pro Helvetia organizes a tailor-made matchmaking programme for a selection of young Swiss design studios during 3daysofdesign, Denmark’s leading annual design event, from 23 to 25 May 2019.
This year, the 3 selected studios are Swiss Fashion brand WEER, product designers Panter&Tourron and culinary experience & tableware design studio Raphael Lutz. By accompanying these young talents, Pro Helvetia aims to help them reach potential business partners in the Nordic region.
For further information or to arrange a meeting with the designers during 3daysofdesign, please get in touch:

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