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Five times warmer than sheep’s wool: The thermal insole made from rare alpaca wool.
Knitted wool look made of cashmere and silk. Classic pointed shape.
Retro pattern from 1989. From the archives of Clark Ross, the alpaca specialist. Knitted in South America.
Exquisite curly lambskin. Perfect fit. Carefully processed. Handcrafted by Otto Kessler.
Socks as a gift? Well, there is an exception: The motif socks by Dilly Socks.
A felted wool sports jacket that is soft, light and smart. Made of comfortable viscose/wool jersey.
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A must-have for the well-groomed’s wardrobe – found at Ambassador since 1867, Copenhagen.
6-ply cashmere. Only 200 articles in the world are made in 2019. Elaborately handmade zip-neck pullover.
Easy to reverse: Plain blue merino wool or mottled grey Giza cotton. By Seldom.
By Herman Headwear. Belgian hat specialist since 1874.
Waterproof and breathable thanks to Waxed cotton. From sports shoe specialist Norman Walsh.
Cult classic Harrington jacket – now made of weatherproof waxed cotton.
Meet a good old friend. And forget that shirts always need ironing.
Soft and warm on the inside. Waterproof against rain and snow on the outside.
The natural look of cotton. The features of hi-tech fabric. Windproof. Waterproof. Breathable.
Pure cotton, neatly processed, made in Germany. Your favourite pyjamas.
A rare find: A tweed flat cap that is made in England.
The proven weather protection of waxed cotton – finally without getting greasy fingers.
Traditionally double-stitched. Water repellent. Unbelievably robust. And very rare. By Mephisto.
Indestructible design. The genuine Patric Hollington waistcoat.
First-rate and rare: 3-ply cashmere from Inner Mongolia.
Thanks to traditional pit tanning almost indestructible. By Ludwig Schröder, leather goods since 1825.
Cult status in the USA for a very long time – difficult to find in this country. By Filson.
Robust 10 ounce denim – and still as comfortable
as jogging trousers.
A rare find: Slippers made of wonderfully warm, pleasantly temperature-regulating alpaca wool.
A rare Irish original: the Aran Troyer by Irelands Eye from Dublin.
To this day, the individual parts are still stitched together slowly and carefully by hand. By Barbour.
To this day, the individual parts are still stitched together slowly and carefully by hand.
Plenty of warmth. Little weight. And a good conscience. Fashionable and rare jacket made from recycled down.
Original Harris Tweed from the Outer Hebrides – yet so much finer and lighter than usual.
The Goodyear-welted, winter-proof ginkgo boots by Heschung, France.
Floral print on silk tweed: Both the pattern and material make this tie so interesting. Made by Ascot/Germany.
A softer, better wool blazer is hard to find.
As hard-wearing and water-repellent as classic green loden. But much softer and lighter.
As suitable as a luxurious business shirt. As comfortable as a casual T-shirt. By van Laack.
Only 27g (1 oz). Only 3.9mm (0.2") thick. But an outstanding example of Swiss precision.
Original postman shoes from England. Hand-made in Wollaston, Northamptonshire since 1881.
Wonderfully lightweight, yet pleasantly warm coat made of rare camel hair.
Hard-wearing yet soft at the same time: The one and only genuine Donegal boot socks by Corgi/Wales.
With shawl collar, cable knit and Norwegian pattern. A masterful piece of knitting from Carbery of Clonakilty.
Only 1% of the world’s denim comes from Japan. But true denim lovers find it highly desirable.
Cotton/silk shirt in fashionable Donegal tweed look. By Portuguese Flannel.
Exclusive business appropriate leather boots. From Cordwainer/Spain.
Your favourite pyjamas. Pure cotton, neatly processed, made in Germany.
Today’s contemporary fashion classic in current workwear style.
Wonderfully warm and soft – yet pleasantly lightweight. By Aigle/France.
Finely knitted using long-staple cotton. By Ragman.