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The shapewear innovation for men: T-shirt with six-pack effect. By ITEM m6.
With all the benefits of good cotton pyjamas, but without the need for ironing. By Seidensticker.
Elegant gentleman’s leisure suit made in England. By John Smedley.
Your favourite pyjamas. Pure cotton, neatly processed, made in Germany.
Pure cotton, neatly processed, made in Germany.
Comfortable. Airy. Fine. Cosy jersey top + light twill trousers.
Snuggle up in nostalgic comfort that’s super soft and warm. Made from prized brushed cotton flannel.
Pure silk pyjamas. Affordable luxury you’ll fall in love with. With travel case.
Pure luxury: Pyjamas made from the best type of cotton in the world.
A soft towelling bathrobe, but it can be folded to a compact size and weighs only 740g (26.1 oz).
Pure cotton, neatly processed, made in Germany. In a long version for the chilly season.
Comfy, long lasting and made of the finest cotton weave since 1947. With the typical panel seat.
The ideal dressing gown for the summer. Also for travel bags. Fine. Light. Airy. Low-crease. Cotton piqué.
Avoid uncomfortable thigh chafing.
Patented briefs with an almost invisible horizontal fly by HOM.
White stays white. Black stays black. Made from MicroModal®, the finest in natural cellulose fibres.
The classy undershirt for gentlemen. By Sunspel in England.
The feel of pure cotton – and the climatic comfort of Coolmax®.
A lot of children adore striped pyjamas. Here is the original by Derek Rose, London.
The sophisticated, black suit to wear at night. For ladies and gents.
Swiss underwear by Hanro – unsurpassed for 130 years.
Comfortable, seamless soft cotton. His and hers styles.
Cuddly soft, super comfy – and still smart.
Far more stylish. Far more absorbent. And far more sanitary.
Fit for training. Classy for the spontaneous visit. Comfy on the couch. One suit.
At night, the true gentleman wears classic spot patterns .
Delicate, silky, like wearing nothing – yet hardwearing, stays in shape and easy to care for.
Which dressing gown does the man wear who is famous for making the noblest morning gowns?