The Winter Checklist 2019
First-rate and rare: 3-ply cashmere from Inner Mongolia.
Simple look, superior comfort. The classic sweat jacket. In sumptuous Mongolian 2-ply cashmere.
Rare functional pima cotton fabric: Protects from the wind, rain and cold.
Autumn Buchanan tartan in pure cashmere. Centuries old – now rediscovered.
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.
As airy as a shirt. Except it’s made from the finest downy-soft cashmere.
New: Double layered flannel that’s really warm. Classic stand-up collar design.
Beautifully warm, but still pleasantly lightweight – the jeans for winter.
Much better than pure synthetic fibre: Rare, silky-soft viscose fleece. Cuddly soft. Anti-static. Crease-free.
The gentleman’s baseball cap – with matching scarf. By John Hanly & Co, traditional Irish weavers since 1893.
Dyed and knitted by hand: Rare Sleeping Beauty pattern in a lovely range of colours.
A fashion revival of a cult classic. The sixties curling boot – now a mere 11 ounces.
Naturally warm and robust: Lambskin slippers with a water-resistant sole.
The secret of success for cold feet: Slippers made from snugly soft, lightweight sheepskin.
A rare original: Irish cable-knit accessories that actually come from Ireland.
Your most important travelling companion. A pullover weighing only 7oz.
The lucky find among winter skirts: Uncomplicated and unbeatably versatile.
Velvety soft and hardwearing: The classic cords from Brisbane Moss just stay beautiful longer.
Hand-dyed and hand-knitted multicoloured cardigan that goes with everything.
Hard to find: Slimline, lightweight knitwear among the fashionable chunky knit pullovers.
Invisible compression support, now also nice and warm for the winter.
Original pattern from the archive of one of the oldest tartan weavers: Lochcarron of Scotland, since 1892.
Fluffy, ultra light and wonderfully warm.
Made by hand. contemporary blue. Comfortably lightweight and warm: Field jacket from leather specialist HiSo.
Rustic look – contemporary interpretation. With incorporated yoke. Authentically made in Ireland.
Soft and warm like woollen trousers. Casual and attractive like a pair of jeans. By Club of Comfort.
A legend: The B3, the flying jacket of the US Army Air Corps of 1934.
Soft, scratch-free and never too warm. The perfect underwear for everyday and suitable for year-round wear.
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.
Original Donegal tweed. Typical robust, burled character. Woven by Abraham Moon & Sons in England.
Fashionably interpreted Fair Isle knit made of pure Scottish lambswool. By Eribé.
A fashion revival of a cult classic. The sixties curling boot – now feminine and city-chic. By Werner.