Hello from the Munich studios! Welcome to Ana Alcazar!

Wholehearted fashion – immerse yourself in the world of Ana Alcazar. Get to know our two designers and the team, take a look behind the scenes at the studios, and learn exciting facts about the designer label from Munich.


Two sisters, one vision and a dose of the avant-garde – our story begins in 1985 with a burning passion for fashion and our first designs in the back room of a Munich boutique…

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Femininity as a statement: our collections impress with exact cuts, strong colours and precisely worked out details.

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We cannot yet claim to be at our goal. But we work passionately every day on becoming the most sustainable version of ourselves.

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Our fashion is more than the expression of individual style. It reflects a whole way of life. Discover the people at Ana Alcazar now.

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Our values and deep convictions not only shape the core of our brand. They also guide our actions.

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The 6 most important facts about Ana Alcazar:

Ana Alcazar is a German designer label based in Munich. The company headquarters is located in a converted locomotive shed in a beautiful location directly on the river Isar in Thalkirchen. The company employs 30 people there in the areas of design, sales and marketing.

Ana Alcazar is a name that stands for character, diversity, passion and the joy of beauty.

Ana Alcazar is designed and managed by Be & Ju Ilzhöfer, sisters and former catwalk models.

Ana Alcazar is part of TRICIA JONES GmbH, founded in 1985, and was first presented in 1995. The brand is available throughout Europe as well as in Australia in selected stores.

Ana Alcazar launches four collections per year, two for each season. All items are produced in limited quantities.

Ana Alcazar is produced exclusively in Europe. Its production facilities are owner-managed companies in countries of the European Union or Europe (Poland, Lithuania, Slovakia) – no production takes place in Asia.