Gydja Ltd.

  • Website:
  • Size: 1-10 employees
  • Overview: Gydja Collection (pronounced: "gith-e-ya") is an Icelandic luxury fashion brand established in 2007 by Sigrún Lilja Guðjónsdóttir. We strive to inspire people from around the world, using the energy which resides in the Icelandic nature. The Collection Gydja combines unexpected textures with a bold color palette to create wearable pieces for women that aren't afraid to stand out and express their strength and individuality. We use eco friendly Icelandic fish skin for our newest accessories. Ranging from sophisticated pumps to peep toe heels, from thigh-high stiletto boots to sexy sandals. The Gydja Shoe Collection has a style to suit any bold personality. Gydja's collection of belts fuses modern sophistication with classic style to create just the right amount of pop to an ensemble. The original Gydja handbags are ideal for multiple occasions. Larger day bags to keep your life organized and opulent clutches to put the spotlight on your night life! The Fragrances Gydja specializes in exotic fragrances inspired by Icelandic nature. Our fragrances are made with pure glacial water from Icelandic glaciers and with every bottle come a small lava stone from an recently erupted Icelandic volcano, making each bottle unique. EFJ Eyjafjallajokull by Gydja is a spicy, light and fresh Eau de Parfum for females with hints of citrus, vanilla, roses and bergamot. VJK Vatnajokull by Gydja is a spicy, light and fresh Eau de Parfum for men with hints of citrus, jasmine, white musk and cashmere wood.

Search 1.5 billion
Email & Phone#

Browse to anyone's Linkedin profile, and Contactout will find that person's email address and phone number

Start your free trial
(300+ Reviews)

People also viewed these companies

  • Computer Software
  • Railroad Manufacture
  • Accounting
  • Computer Software
  • Civil Engineering
  • Architecture & Planning
  • Renewables & Environment
  • Public Relations and Communications
  • Hospital & Health Care
  • Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing