Fashion classics versus the throwaway trend
It doesn’t get any finer. These featherweight pullovers by John Smedley fit into every handbag.
e. g. Short sleeves, V-Shirt
Tencel® Long Blouse
The long blouse made from rare Tencel® jersey. As comfortable as a shirt. As elegant as a blouse.
The 5.5 oz Ragman
Extremely hardwearing, yet soft, light and airy. Opaque, yet fine enough to wear under a shirt.
Delicate, silky, like wearing nothing – yet hardwearing, stays in shape and easy to care for.
B. Moss Cord Trousers
Velvety soft and hardwearing: The classic cords from Brisbane Moss just stay beautiful longer.
Silk Tunic Top
A rare treasure made of 95% silk: A luxurious basic top with a lustrous sheen.
van Laack Bowling Shirt
The bowling shirt for gentlemen. In classic white and light blue and made from pure linen. By van Laack.
Acynetic Knit Jeans
Comfortable? Stylish? Both! By the “Godfather of Denim”: Adriano Goldschmied.
Lighter than virgin wool. Almost as soft as cashmere. And far more resilient than both.
Palladium Canvas Boots
Enduring design. Indestructible quality. Cult status since 1947. Now fashionable again: Palladium boots.
The original Breton shirt. Fisherman tradition since the 19th century. From Saint James/France.
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