The Danish designer Ann Wiberg, founder of the sustanible brand Trash Couture, has always worked with art-to-wear.

Trash couture is made of dreams, poesy and universel disorder in one breathtaking. It is a storytelling of unique couture dresses, all  handmade from antique embroideries, vintage laces and organic fabrics. 

TC dresses are commissioned to several TV series such as Desperate Housewives and True Blood. Many Hollywood stars and celebrities have purchased items throughout the years, and Vice President of the United States Kamala Harris got married in a Trash Couture dress recently.

TC has been exhibited around the world, and was selected to be shown at the great Fashioned from Nature exhibition by the Victoria & Albert Museum in 2019.  

Ann Wiberg made her first short film ‘Afterlife’ with a team from Welum in 2017. The film was nominated for several international fashion film awards.

You can only purcase the Trash Coutue collection  in Ann’s Copenhagen atelier, in Boutique Les Suite in Paris, or  Les Habitude in Los Angeles. 

Ann is today also working as a fine art artist, and creates unique oil on canvas paintings. You can contact for more information and follow her work at Instagram

Contact if you want to book an appointment for a fitting at her Copenhagen atelier. 

You are also welcome to get in touch by phone; +45 4182 0170