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Made from the finest lamb nappa. With removable cashmere lining.
Fine material. Distinguished origin. Good price. Striped scarf made of wool, silk and linen.
Baseball cap deluxe: made of velvety soft goat suede. By Bailey of Hollywood. Hatter since 1922.
Exquisite curly lambskin. Perfect fit. Carefully processed. Handcrafted by Otto Kessler.
Easy to reverse: Plain blue merino wool or mottled grey Giza cotton. By Seldom.
A rare find: A tweed flat cap that is made in England.
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Creped instead of smooth. Therefore, a lot airier than conventional cotton caps.
Light as straw, but more flexible. And much more hard-wearing. The rare paper hat by Bailey of Hollywood.
Keep a cool head thanks to pure, unlined linen. Flat cap by Herman Headwear.
On-trend: The docker hat. The original by Saint James, specialists in the maritime look.
The elegance of wool. The weather protection of SympaTex®. The all-weather woollen hat by Mayser.
Corduroy: Highly fashionable again. Top-quality gloves by Dents, since 1777.
Superbly soft Italian woven fabric. Fine shimmer. Harmonious colour scheme. By alpi.
Warming Polartec® fleece – styled like elegant leather gloves. By Loevenich, Germany.
At last a rain hat that always fits perfectly. By Knirps®.
One of the few among stylish cord caps with a truly perfect fit. In the complex 8-part cut by Kangol®.
Fashionable patterns. But traditionally knitted in Scotland. Colour block beanie and striped scarf. By Howlin'.
Original Thompson Camel Modern pattern. Pure lambs wool. Made in Scotland by Lochcarron.
Rediscovered: The winter headgear worn by the elite of the US air force.
The current trend: Flat caps. This is the Kangol®-Original from 1954. With fold-out neck and ear flaps.
Natural evaporation ensures a cool head.
Airy linen with cotton. Easily combinable, ingenious double print. By Pellens & Loick, since 1870.
Wonderfully soft and warm. Also ideal for sensitive skin. Hat and scarf made of fine camel hair.
Pure cotton, still absolutely weatherproof. Water and windproof due to special micro-wax, but still breathable.
A rare original: Irish cable-knit accessories that actually come from Ireland.
As stylish as a hat yet as warm as a cap.
Pleasantly soft, but nevertheless resilient. Fashionably colour blocked. Still “Made in Ireland”.
Luxury gloves by Dents. Made from original Harris Tweed and rare buckskin.
Two colours, endless combinations. Fashionably trendy. Classier than standard cotton scarves.
A generous 2 metres long. Half a metre wide. And weighing in at a mere 135g.
Shapka – the classic accustomed to a severely cold climate. Warm and distinctively stylish. By Stetson.
One coloured scarf - countless combinations. In superfine merino wool – soft, light and warm.
You can crush this hat – and it will still remain in perfect shape.
Keeps the sun off. And your head cool. Perfect for golf, sailing and open-top driving.
At last a cap that resists both wind and moisture. Made from warm, breathable softshell.
Fashionable scarf in 10 colours which will go with everything.
The original Panama hat. Plaited by hand in Ecuador.
The traditional fisherman’s cap – now in finest cashmere.
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