We believe in moving from within, that the mind/body/spirit is inextricably linked, and we have more control over how we express our health than we currently understand.
We believe in moving from within.
Mutually we believe that ones interest in fashion and beauty doesn't not minimise ones spirituality. We don’t exclude, we include and see the interconnections. We also believe in buying fewer things that are better, which is why we both communicate and curate incredible products, across beauty, fashion, wellness, and home.
Our extended international network is full of creative – agents, photographers, stylists, models, art directors, writers, editors, agents, influencers – who we happily engage in our different projects..
Launched in 2014 out of Sara Che’s bedroom as a homespun fashion blog, SC created the blog to organize her creative outlets, unbiased travel recommendations, self-growth musings, and shopping discoveries for friends, and also as a place to get her own questions—about health, creative expression, and the psyche—answered.
Moving forward, SC outgrew the blog format and a idea to expand was born. Now longing for a place where she can introduce some of the incredible experts who have mentored her throughout her life, and a place where readers can find suggestions about where to shop, eat, move, grow and stay from a trusted friend—not from an anonymous, crowd-sourced recommendation engine.
We take a curious, unbiased, open-minded, and service-centric approach to the work we do. We test the waters so that you don’t have to. We will never recommend something that we don’t love, and think worthy of your time and your wallet. We value your trust above all things.
ATC see’s creativity as a act of moving from within, and can be executed without defraying natures recourses nor on the cost of human rights as we stand for inclusion and diversity.
Discovering our inner world can be as much as adventure as discovering the outer world, whether we’re making new realisations about ourselves or finding new spaces and hotspot’s that cultivates a certain energy. We’re all time and resource-strapped, which means that there’s no room in the itinerary for bad pizza and sad desk lunches. We traverse cities looking under every rock for the bucket-list meals, experiences, and shops that mean you can get back on the plane without regret, whether it’s dinner at a Michelin-starred restaurant, or a quick bite at the taco truck. We also recognize that not every trip is a vacation, which is why we also include coffee shops where you can perch and work, and tips and services for optimise your days.
Maybe style isn’t the first word that comes to mind when talking about spirituality, but the secret is that these two are not mutually exclusive; actually together they are a harmonious and powerful duo. Although fashion and style has got a bad reputation for boosting shallowness, ATC endeavors to explore the interconnection style and spirituality. Self-discovery does not only have one rite of passage; it can be explored through various processes of creativity. Style and fashion can be a means to self-exploration, a creative outlet, prompt wellbeing while you’re being your own canvas for daily color therapy. Most importantly, we at ATC believe that fashion can be fun without defraying natures recourses nor on the cost of human rights as we stand for inclusion and diversity.
No one should have to do it alone, although its up to each of us to take the actual step. By holding space for each other, we can inspire and empower each other to move from within, and most importantly; supporting ourselves along the way. ATC examines different support modalities from meditation, journaling, to nourishment, health and wellbeing from a holistic focal point. In addition, ATC offers audible support via the podcast Deepish, Swedens first podcast dedicated to spirituality as well as on location workshops.
The main foundation of Atelier The Ché is to operate from a heartfelt space, by doing so we aim to share topics that are viewed from a soulful standpoint with the hope to shed light that there’s so much more than the eye meets. The that the mind/body/spirit is inextricably linked, and what differentiate a story from others is whether it made you feel something. Many wellbeing themes, from ancient (spirituality, meditation, yoga, kinesiology, and acupuncture) to emerging (gluten-free, conscious uncoupling) have found early boosts on SC’s blog —while initially ridicule, they’ve now become mainstream.