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Feels softer, looks good for longer: The elegant pyjamas made of rare Supima® cotton.
The versatile combination of bow tie, socks and pocket square. By Gentleman’s Agreement.
Comfortable elastic. Pleasantly light. And yet unmistakeably, stylistically confident. By Barutti.
Peachy soft. Silky shimmer. Infinitely comfortable. From trousers specialists, Hoal, Germany.
Business shoes with the comfort of casual shoes. From Fliteless/Norway.
Business linen creases less.
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Fit for training. Classy for the spontaneous visit. Comfy on the couch. One suit. Very comfortable.
Super light. Yet still soft and warm. The down jacket for summer.
Non-slip on wet surfaces. Antibacterial to combat athlete’s foot.
Less shiny, more stylish and more durable than most. Jacquard woven swimming trunks by HOM, France.
The comfortable Rainbow by Mephisto: Unchanged for over 50 years. Now as iconic as ever.
Seldom is a casual hoodie so classy. The secret: Cotton/cashmere knit instead of sweatshirt fabric.
Distinctive feature: A stylish, simple look and the same high level of comfort. By Aigle.
Weatherproof, windproof and thornproof. And almost unchanged for 125 years.
Slim, lightweight, yet warm. Jacket made of Soft Shell, with WindProtect® by CMP.
Alan Paine invented the legendary cricket jumper. And then reinvented it.
Hardly creases. No expensive cleaning. And not too warm in summer.
Fine-knit instead of chunky: The elegant version of the linen cardigan. Also fits under your sports jacket.
Stylish in the rain. And then straight to a meeting. Your business rain jacket always looks smart.
Every shoe is unique: The original Sneaker from Yellow Cab New York. Elaborately hand finished.
Clean design. Stylish leather appearance. iPad compatible format. Practical interior. By Lacoste, France.
Even lighter and airier than most denim shirts. The clean-cut summer denim jacket by Portuguese Flannel.
Lastingly shape-retaining and a pleasure against your skin. By DAKS, London.
Reversible leather jacket with resilient nylon side. By leather specialists Gimo’s, Italy.
Pure cotton and still absolutely weatherproof. Water and windproof due to special micro-wax, but breathable.
On-trend and rarely so authentic: The traditional worker’s boots from Portugal. Indestructible.
Aran knit art in a summery style. The airy linen/cotton cardigan – made in Ireland by Carbery.
Put an end to shoe cleaning. These summery light leather trainers can be washed in the machine.
Summery lightweight Tencel® denim. Airy plain weave. By Hackett London.
This fashionable knitted waistcoat is truly unique. The knitted mouliné waistcoat by Phil Petter from Austria.
Formal as cotton poplin. Airy like linen. Lighter than both. Stand-up collar shirt made of rare muslin fabric.
Airy, but not too casual: The linen trousers for everyday wear. Dark blue Prince-of-Wales check.
Lightweight wool + piqué knit: Airy and yet shape-retaining. By Alan Paine.
Stylish and yet resilient. The travel fedora made of crushable weave. By Loevenich.
Softer just got softer. Viscose from bamboo/cashmere. The summery lightweight basic jumper by Benbarton.
Smooth, dark and with a subtle pattern: This is how elegant a jersey shirt can be.
Meet a good old friend. And forget that shirts always need ironing.
Not too warm thanks to pure cotton. The indigo dye makes it very authentic. By Key-West, Copenhagen.
Practical (and yet trendy) reversible designer coat by Karl Lagerfeld.
Cult classic when worn solo. Combined, they are on-trend in the fashionable all-denim look.
Not just any Norwegian pullover. The original zip neck pullover of the Norwegian national team.
Slipper socks from the stocking specialist. Soft thermal knit fabric made of soft merino wool. By Falke.
They protect, preserve and shine: modern galoshes from Swims/Norway.
As cosy as your favourite cardigan. Yet windproof and very water repellant. From Sailors & Brides
Rare combination: Butter-soft buckskin. Stylish bomber design. Great price.
The perfect underwear for everyday and suitable for year-round wear. By Skiny, Austria.
Masculine corduroy look instead of soft towelling. By leisurewear specialist Carl Ross.