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Slipper socks from the stocking specialist. Soft thermal knit fabric made of soft merino wool. By Falke.
The stylish answer to common cable knits: Traditional Aran pattern knitted in England. By Peregrine.
Fashion favourite: Knitted hoody – in a new look thanks to effect yarn. By Phil Petter, Austria.
Modern design from fashion city Antwerp, traditionally knitted in Scotland. By young Belgian brand Howlin'.
A rarity: The Balaclava made of soft and cuddly polar fleece.
Fashionable scarf in 10 colours which will go with everything.
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Autumn Buchanan tartan in pure cashmere. Centuries old – now rediscovered.
The gentleman’s baseball cap – with matching scarf. By John Hanly & Co, traditional Irish weavers since 1893.
As stylish as a hat yet as warm as a cap.
A rare original: Irish cable-knit accessories that actually come from Ireland.
The current trend: Flat caps. This is the Kangol®-Original from 1954. With fold-out neck and ear flaps.
Rediscovered: The winter headgear worn by the elite of the US air force.
Fashionable patterns. But traditionally knitted in Scotland. Colour block beanie and striped scarf. By Howlin'.
Warming Polartec® fleece – styled like elegant leather gloves. By Loevenich, Germany.
Warm and windproof, elegant and stretchy: Everything a good glove should be. By Otto Kessler.
Fine, handcrafted jacquard design made from strong, pure virgin wool.
Rustic look – contemporary interpretation. With incorporated yoke. Authentically made in Ireland.
As soft as cashmere, yet sturdy enough for everyday wear.
Your most sensational weather protection is a nice pullover. Warm, water-repellent, windproof.
Winterproof. Triple trendy. And even pleasantly affordable. Suede, Chelsea fit and rubber sole.
From slush in the country to the carpet in first-class.
Warm jeans for winter. And yet incomparably lightweight.
Soft and warm like woollen trousers. Casual and attractive like a pair of jeans. By Club of Comfort.
The comfortable luxury jeans made from finest cashmere.
Rare functional pima cotton fabric: Protects from the wind, rain and cold.
Original Donegal tweed. Typical robust, burled character. Woven by Abraham Moon & Sons in England.
Water-repellent. Windproof. Reversible. Visible from a distance. And transformed into a safety vest in no time.
A legend: The B3, the flying jacket of the US Army Air Corps of 1934.
Copied many times all over the world. Here’s the original from France. The reefer jacket by Saint James.
New: Double layered flannel that’s really warm. Classic stand-up collar design.
A shirt as warm and comfortable as your favourite pullover.
Lively, but not too loud. Also wonderfully warm.
Velvety soft and hardwearing: The classic cords from Brisbane Moss just stay beautiful longer.
Made by hand. contemporary blue. Comfortably lightweight and warm: Field jacket from leather specialist HiSo.
Typical: The stand-up collar. New: The lightweight flannel.
Simple look, superior comfort. The classic sweat jacket. In sumptuous Mongolian 2-ply cashmere.
First-rate and rare: 3-ply cashmere from Inner Mongolia.