Morten and Michael are brothers but have grown up apart from each other on the country side – guess now they are catching up on lost time by working, playing, skiing and celebrating together. Besides the relation, they are very different. Morten is a people-person and consider himself to be the best possible HR person this company have ever seen. He knows how to make the perfect cortado and has got side business with catering for anyone who needs a rock-solid feast with lots of gravy for any celebrations.
Michael is part owner of RVLT, and he is that noisy type that sticks his head into everything and don’t let it go before it is solved. Michael is a workaholic and pull some late hours when he feels like it. He is hard to describe or to put into a certain category. Have you ever heard of a salsa instructor, dog owner, handball coach, hunter and off-piste enthusiast in one person? – well now you have!
Kind to animals, open-minded and a family guy – it almost sounds like a dating profile, but the adjectives very well describes Frank. Meet Frank - he is the warehouse manager of RVLT. Frank oversees the efficient receipt, storage and dispatch of a wide range of goods and can spot if a box is out of alignment on huge distance.
Ultimately, Frank can ensure that productivity targets are achieved and that all warehouse processes are running smoothly and promptly – and he can operate the front fork of the truck to open a beer if needed. Aside from the job scope itself, one factor that significantly influence, how Frank feel about working at RVLT, is the environment and atmosphere. By environment, he means everything that forms part of employees’ involvement with the work itself, such as the relationship with his colleagues, the organizational culture, room for personal development etc.
Kids and road cycling are his passion, and when he at 3 o’clock shouts out loud “see y’all tomorrow”, he is dressed in leggings, helmet and the fastest sunglasses in town. After a 20-km bike ride home, he shows his eight-year-old son how to handle a love letter from a girl at school.
He has been around for 4 years and is tapping the keyboard with lightning speed – a skill that comes from his second job as a pro-gamer for some bad-ass Counter Strike team. This team attend e-gaming tournaments across the world – very often at night-time, which is why Alex is never in the office before 10 in the morning.
She is a nerdy creative by heart and mind, trained tailor and fashion designer from the textile school TEKO. Her skills as tailor are useful in securing the right fit of the products - but also very useful, when someone at the office has a pair of lived-in jeans that needs bit of repair. She appreciates all steps of the process and carefully monitors the journey of the design from idea to finished product. Also, she has keen retentive memory to all pieces, that has left the house over the past 7 years.
Katerina is easy going, cosy and very nerdy. She knows weird stuff, which nobody else knows (maybe not even Google). She loves underground music, subculture, sci-fi movies and the youth culture from the 80ies has her full attention. When she is not enlightening the office about nice-to-know stuff, she is one of the designers behind RVLT.
Katerina is a local out of Aarhus. She has a degree in fashion from TEKO and prefers doing men’s fashion, luckily for us. She lives in the heart of Aarhus with the Chef of the organic restaurant SåRT and their one-year-old son. Her favourite dish, Coq Strasbourg is not on the menu, so this comes out of her own kitchen.
Katerina is committed to advancing the fit and function of fashion with responsibly sourced materials and talent. She is mainly inspired by youth nostalgia and the 90ies - she creates wearable pieces utilizing these design elements. Recently, her work has focused on different colours, the 1990ies and the interaction between the sport and clothing.
With a never-ending smile on her face, Sidsel is the main designer for Selfhood. She is, like any other true creative, not so keen on structures and systems, but she is all-in when it comes to bright forward moving fashion ideas. She has been organizing street parties, designing menswear and educating the next generation of designers in the time before she joined us. She wears either black, white or blue, always tone in tone – it’s a fashion thing. Furthermore, she believes that any wardrobe need at least one pair of Vans. Around her neck is the letter K in a necklace and on her leg a tattooed anchor as a daily reminder of her kids.
Sidsel is a designer who feels compelled to expose the uniqueness of female individuality. Her design language is cutting edge and rooted in her fascination with tactility, contrasts and fashion history in general. She has always found inspiration in researching the heritage of cultures from around the world, merging those sources of inspiration with her passion, perfection and ability to turn unlikely scraps into fashion forward styles.