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Slipper socks from the stocking specialist. Soft thermal knit fabric made of soft merino wool. By Falke.
Seamlessly knitted in a one-piece process. By the new stocking label Too Hot To Hide.
The secret of success for cold feet: Slippers made from snugly soft, lightweight sheepskin.
Naturally warm and robust: Lambskin slippers with a water-resistant sole.
Good news if you love ballerina flats: Now they’re available in a warm winter version.
A fashion revival of a cult classic. The sixties curling boot – now a mere 11 ounces.
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Much better than pure synthetic fibre: Rare, silky-soft viscose fleece. Cuddly soft. Anti-static. Crease-free.
Hardly distinguishable from real suede. The affordable designer coat by fake-fur specialist Betta Corradi.
Exquisite design. Affordable premium lambskin of European origin and manufacture.
The lucky find among winter skirts: Uncomplicated and unbeatably versatile.
They never slip out of your boots: The stirrup trousers in fine jersey. Always a perfect fit. Won’t crease.
Trend duo lightweight down + wool. Fashionably perfected: A-line, long, a matte look, trend colour off white.
This is how feminine fleece can be. Poncho and skirt by Henriette Steffensen. Scandinavian design.
100% cashmere. Carefully finished in a traditional factory.
One beanie –two looks: Casual beanie or trendy turban. The all-rounder by specialists, Loevenich.
Traditional black watch modern tartan. Pure lamb’s wool. Made in Scotland.
Handwoven pashmina: So delicate that you can pull this wrap through a ring.
Dyed and knitted by hand: Rare Sleeping Beauty pattern in a lovely range of colours.
Original pattern from the archive of one of the oldest tartan weavers: Lochcarron of Scotland, since 1892.
A headband almost as elegant as a hat. In currently fashionable, elegant shape. By Céline Robert.
As small as a velour scarf. As fluffy as a fur scarf. This triangular scarf made of luxurious faux fur.
Hand-knitted in Scotland – every muffetee is unique. Traditional cable stitch. Robust, warming lambswool.
Fashionably interpreted Fair Isle knit made of pure Scottish lambswool. By Eribé.
A classic. And yet stylishly up-to-date: the Royal Stewart Tartan, steeped in tradition. By Johnstons of Elgin.
The exceptional, fashionable beret. Knitting along the edge with prominent ribbing. From Mayser.
Much more elaborate and colourful than so many other fashionable blossom designs.
Classic houndstooth pattern: Highly fashionable in extra-large size in grey/off-white/yellow.
Warming Polartec® fleece – styled like elegant leather gloves. By Loevenich, Germany.
As airy as a shirt. Except it’s made from the finest downy-soft cashmere.
Hand-dyed and hand-knitted multicoloured cardigan that goes with everything.
Trendy rib knit – but extraordinarily fine and feminine. The jumper with trendy turtleneck collar. Gran Sasso.
Hard to find: Slimline, lightweight knitwear among the fashionable chunky knit pullovers.
Made of soft knit. Windproof on the inside. The comfortable elastic windbreaker by Key West, Copenhagen.
Longer back with diagonal ribbed knit. Raglan sleeves. Rounded hem.
Your most important travelling companion. A pullover weighing only 7oz.
As comfortable as a cardigan – as proper as a blazer.
Fluffy, ultra light and wonderfully warm.
Invisible compression support, now also nice and warm for the winter.
Soft, scratch-free and never too warm. The perfect underwear for everyday and suitable for year-round wear.
Beautifully warm, but still pleasantly lightweight – the jeans for winter.
A fashion revival of a cult classic. The sixties curling boot – now feminine and city-chic. By Werner.