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Thanks to softshell these trousers are slim, light and still warm. And good looking, too. By CMP.
Made from pure virgin wool into a seamless slipper.
The comfortable luxury jeans made from finest cashmere.
Beautifully warm, but still pleasantly lightweight – the jeans for winter.
Rarely is fleece this stylish and ladylike. Scandinavian design by Henriette Steffensen, Copenhagen.
Naturally warm and robust: Lambskin slippers with a water-resistant sole.
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The long blouse made from rare Tencel® jersey. As comfortable as a shirt. As elegant as a blouse.
100% cashmere. Carefully finished in a traditional factory.
Original pattern from the archive of one of the oldest tartan weavers: Lochcarron of Scotland, since 1892.
The bowling shirt for gentlemen. In classic white and light blue and made from pure linen. By van Laack.
Original penny loafers. The “Weejuns” by G. H. Bass & Co. from Maine/USA.
The originals from the creator of the penny loafer. Original “Weejuns” by G. H. Bass & Co. from Maine/USA.
Hand-knitted in Scotland – every muffetee is unique. Traditional cable stitch. Robust, warming lambswool.
Light, soft, warm: Probably your most versatile cardigan, made of precious baby alpaca wool. Made in Ireland.
Glitter trim. Linen stand-up collar. Tailored style. By Gran Sasso, Italy.
Superbly soft Italian woven fabric. Fine shimmer. Harmonious colour scheme. By alpi.
Finally: Leggings that give a really good silhouette! Shaping leggings by Christies, the Italian specialist.
Almost 300g (10.6 oz) lighter than other leather walking shoes. Waterproof thanks to Gore-Tex®.
Modern interpretation of the Fair Isle knit made of pure merino wool. By Eribé.
The immortal Oxford blouse. Made of pure cotton. High quality workmanship.
The original Breton shirt. Fisherman tradition since the 19th century. From Saint James/France.
Enduring design. Indestructible quality. Cult status since 1947. Now fashionable again: Palladium boots.
“Hygge” for your feet: Fashionable wooden sandals with soft suede leather and comfortable Flex sole.
Wonderfully lightweight, yet pleasantly warm coat made of rare camel hair.
Original Thompson Camel Modern pattern. Pure lambs wool. Made in Scotland by Lochcarron.
Hand-dyed and hand-knitted multicoloured long cardigan that goes with everything. By Kero Design.
Socks as a gift? Well, there is an exception: The motif socks by Dilly Socks.
Lighter than virgin wool. Almost as soft as cashmere. And far more resilient than both.
Fashionable scarf in 10 colours which will go with everything.
At last a cap that resists both wind and moisture. Made from warm, breathable softshell.
Handwoven pashmina: So delicate that you can pull this wrap through a ring.
Your most sensational weather protection is a nice pullover. Warm, water-repellent, windproof.
Classic fine corduroys – now with invisible thermal qualities.
Like walking on air. Original Minnetonka®: Designed like real moccasins, based on old Indian traditions.
Breathable, softshell fabric that’s wind and waterproof. Danish design. Functionality is rarely this stylish.
Longer back with diagonal ribbed knit. Raglan sleeves. Rounded hem.
A rare treasure made of 95% silk: A luxurious basic top with a lustrous sheen.
Light and casual. Convenient and easy to combine (at an affordable price!)
The favourite top from Saint James for over 15 years. The Brittany top made from Meryl®.
Naturally warm. Water repellent. Indestructible. 100% virgin wool. By C.C. Filson.
The well-established art of knitting meets modern design. Made in England as carefully as ever. By Peregrine.
Warming Polartec® fleece – styled like elegant leather gloves. By Loevenich, Germany.
The best of both worlds: High-performance sports socks – but made from organic Merino wool.
Warm and windproof, elegant and stretchy: Everything a good glove should be. By Otto Kessler.
One beanie –two looks: Casual beanie or trendy turban. The all-rounder by specialists, Loevenich.
With shawl collar, cable knit and Norwegian pattern. A masterful piece of knitting from Carbery of Clonakilty.
Cult since 1973: Pajar® – the Performance Boots of the high fashion scene.
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