The timelessly beautiful winter leather jacket – a purchase to last a lifetime.
It is hard to believe that it is “just” merino wool. By Johnstons of Elgin, Scotland.
The luxurious version of fashionable Christmas pullovers. 100% cashmere. Hand-embellished. By Heartbreaker.
Dyed and knitted by hand: Rare Sleeping Beauty pattern in a lovely range of colours.
Snug hair sheep leather. Real rabbit fur. And a superbly soft lining made of pure cashmere.
Both practical and trendy. Made of pure cashmere. Beret, scarf and gloves by Johnstons, Scotland.
Developed for an expedition to the South Pole: Water-repellent, windproof and breathable.
The gentleman’s baseball cap – with matching scarf. By John Hanly & Co, traditional Irish weavers since 1893.
One of the lightest yet warmest pashmina scarves in the world. The finest, ultra-thin 2-ply cashmere.
Looking for fashionable nylon socks? Choose the ones by sock specialist Oroblu.
Socks as a gift? Not really. Except socks from Corgi. British chic.
Fit for training. Classy for the spontaneous visit. Comfy on the couch. One suit.
A rare luxury indeed: Dreamy soft, thick socks made of 100% 2-ply cashmere. Treat your feet after a hard day.
Trendy ethnic shopping bag, handwoven huipil pattern from Guatemala. Limited edition: 250 pieces. By Smitten.
Naturally warm and robust: Lambskin slippers with a water-resistant sole.
Snuggle up in nostalgic comfort that’s super soft and warm. Made from prized brushed cotton flannel.
Absolutely variable: Hat in the morning, scarf in the afternoon, beanie in the evening.
The 3D tie with calendered texture. Made of 100% silk. Hand-made by Ascot, Krefeld.
Not just a practical belt but a rare piece of jewellery. From Italian cult label, Nanni, Milano.
For a lifetime of walking: Handmade from robust leather. Waterproof and breathable
This winter’s key fashion accessory: The lambskin collar by Strenesse.
Extraordinary eyecatcher: A seven-coloured cashmere scarf. Handwoven in Nepal. By Heartbreaker.
Luxury gloves by Dents. Made from original Harris Tweed and rare buckskin.
The well-established art of knitting meets modern design. Made in England as carefully as ever. By Peregrine.
Quite hard to find on a global scale – yet a traditional classic in Italy.
Hand-rolled pocket square in fine silk twill: Supple and stable. Particularly brilliant colours.
Small accessories rarely have an effect as big as the charms by Love Moschino.
Original pattern from the archive of one of the oldest tartan weavers: Lochcarron of Scotland, since 1892.
The weekender bag made of handmade kilim with buffalo and goat leather details. By Dutch ethnic label PH&T.
Much classier, much more feminine and warmer than other mittens. From Shepherd.
A stylish novelty: Cufflinks made of real horn. Totally unique because of the natural colour and texture.
Wonderfully warm accessories with a unique feminine touch. Double-faced scarf and arm warmers with bow.