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52 ridges per inch: Finer corduroy is really hard to find. As elegant as velvet. By Duca Visconti, Italy.
The 3D-printed glasses with unique DriveWear® glare protection. Made in Germany.
Treat your skin to one of the most delicate cotton varieties in the world. Sea Island underwear by Zimmerli.
The homesuit for gentlemen: Italian jersey. Elegant cut. Stylish details. From Zimmerli.
Designer dinner jacket. Contemporary, slim fit. Fine wool cloth. By Karl Lagerfeld.
Fashionable patterns. But traditionally knitted in Scotland. Colour block beanie and striped scarf. By Howlin.
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Personal and unique: Mother of pearl cufflinks with your initials. By the King of Cufflinks: Robert Tateossian.
A masterpiece of Hungarian shoemaking art – welted from selected cordovan leather. From Heinrich Dinkelacker.
Made of the finest goat suede: The premium class of the typical British duffle coat. By Hackett London.
Super-soft feel. Flowing drape. Shimmering lustre. Refined with real camel hair: Luxury cord by Duca Visconti.
Copied many times all over the world. Here’s the original from France. The reefer jacket by Saint James.
First-rate and rare: 3-ply cashmere from Inner Mongolia.
Exquisite and yet affordable: The pleasantly warm luxury of a real camel hair jacket. Chic cloth from Italy.
Made from pure virgin wool into a seamless slipper. For ladies and men.
The perfect gentlemen’s pyjamas. Comfortable. Airy. Fine. From Novila.
Your favourite pyjamas. Pure cotton, neatly processed, made in Germany.
Alway looks immaculate: These leather trainers can be washed in the machine. By TBS.
The original Breton fisherman’s sweater: Made by Saint James for 130 years.
Fashion revival sweatshirt. Classic “Loopback”. By Sunspel, England. Tradition since 1936.
Suitable for a business meeting. Weatherproof on the way home. The welted all-year-round shoes by Mephisto.
Exactly on the overshirt trend: Hollington’s classic Tyrol jacket. Legendary design. Extra-warm wool flannel.
Modern cable stitch pattern mix. Fine Merino blend. Made in Italy by Maselli.
The current trend: Flat caps. This is the Kangol®-Original from 1954. With fold-out neck and ear flaps.
Waterproof. Windproof. Breathable. And still proper enough for business. The softshell coat by CMP.
A trendy piece of clothing with rarity value: The Glencheck coat made of undyed Jacob sheep’s wool.
Warm and windproof, elegant and stretchy: Everything a good glove should be. By Otto Kessler.
Particularly popular: Trend-conforming leather look. Casual-elegant aviator style. By Monkeyglasses®.
Swims makes waterproof boots business appropriate. Designed in Norway.
Elastic, functional material. Elegant wool look. Classic herringbone pattern. By Bugatti.
Cult classic Harrington jacket: Now in very trendy cord. Made in its country of origin by Gloverall.
Velvety soft and nearly windproof. Made from breathable cotton. By Hackett London.
Winterproof. Triple trendy. And even pleasantly affordable. Suede, Chelsea fit and rubber sole.
Floral patterned gentleman’s shirt: A huge trend – yet at Liberty™ a tradition for more than 140 years.
Comfortable like jersey but much stronger and more robust. The slim 5-pocket trousers made of Italian 3D-fabric
Elegant business boots for rainy days. Waxed leather. Stitchdown, rubberised sole. High shaft. By Lottusse.
Original Harris Tweed from the Outer Hebrides – yet so much finer and lighter than usual. By Carl Gross.
The double print pocket square from German traditional brand Pellens & Loick by 1870.
Both smart and casual thanks to the elegant Italian cloth.
Trendy again: the flight jacket. But make sure it’s the original by Schott NYC.
Made of soft knit. Windproof on the inside. The comfortable elastic windbreaker by Key West, Copenhagen.
As lightweight and breathable as a hiking shoe. As watertight as a rubber boot. By Teva®.
A rare knitted masterpiece from the Andes. Not mass-produced in the Far East.
Baseball cap deluxe: made of velvety soft goat suede. By Bailey of Hollywood. Hatter since 1922.