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Fashion favourite: Knitted hoody – in a new look thanks to effect yarn. By Phil Petter, Austria.
The British original among many trendy patterned waistcoats. Knitwear by Alan Paine.
Modern design from fashion city Antwerp, traditionally knitted in Scotland. By young Belgian brand Howlin'.
Light, soft, warm: Probably your most versatile cardigan, made of precious baby alpaca wool. Made in Ireland.
Simple look, superior comfort. The classic sweat jacket. In sumptuous Mongolian 2-ply cashmere.
Allen Edmonds’ best shoes. Fully welted. Uncompromising quality that will last for years.
From business classic to iconic winter proof streetstyle. Brogue boots by Yellow Cab New York.
The fashionably slim, extremely comfortable chino trousers: Do not constrict, do not crease. Xtend by m.e.n.s.
9 times functional. And unusually chic. The AJK Climate-Control® jacket.
Much more wearable than most velvet shirts. Pure, breathable cotton with lasered texture. By Ingram.
This is how fashionably slim and elegant warm lambskin shoes can be. The chukka boots by Profession Bottier,
The clean-cut thermal jeans without outdoor character. With warming Thermolite® fibre and soft flannel inside.
Original Donegal tweed. Typical robust, burled character. Woven by Abraham Moon & Sons in England.
Unmistakably Hollington: The smart field jacket made of soft kidskin leather.
Dark chinos that never fade. Dyed with reactive dyes for a rich, permanently brilliant colour.
Cord at its finest: This leisure shirt is as stylish as a business shirt. Tailored by Claude Dufour.
Super 130 virgin wool is always hard to find. Finished with cashmere, it is a real rarity. By Hoal.
As cosy as your favourite cardigan. Yet windproof and very water repellant. From Sailors & Brides
Meet a good old friend. And forget that shirts always need ironing.
Lively, but not too loud. Also wonderfully warm.
Business-appropriate cloth look but made from comfortable jersey.
From slush in the country to the carpet in first-class.
On-trend pure denim: A Lagerfeld speciality and trademark.
As elegant as luxurious slip-ons. As comfortable as your favourite trainers. By Fratelli Rossetti, Italy.
Highly fashionable and yet timeless: The elegant sunglasses by Movitra® are both. Hand made in Italy.
The 3D-printed glasses with unique DriveWear® glare protection. Made in Germany.
With all the benefits of good cotton pyjamas, but without the need for ironing. By Seidensticker.
Business-appropriate virgin wool look – but made of soft, scratch-free cotton flannel. By Brax.
Elegant business boots for rainy days. Waxed leather. Stitchdown, rubberised sole. High shaft. By Lottusse.
A rare knitted masterpiece from the Andes. Not mass-produced in the Far East.
Copied many times all over the world. Here’s the original from France. The reefer jacket by Saint James.
Multiple award winner. Pleasantly affordable.
Super-soft feel. Flowing drape. Shimmering lustre. Refined with real camel hair: Luxury cord by Duca Visconti.
Made of the finest calfskin: The premium class of the typical British duffle coat. By Hackett London.
With Italian flair: Ingram makes the classic dress shirt suitable for everyday wear.
For a lifetime of walking: Handmade from robust leather. Waterproof and breathable
Covered in luxury faux fur by Düsseldorf fashion label Unechta.
The 3D tie with calendered texture. Made of 100% silk. Hand-made by Ascot, Krefeld.
As stylish as a hat yet as warm as a cap.
The double print pocket square from German traditional brand Pellens & Loick by 1870.
Modern cable stitch pattern mix. Fine Merino blend. Made in Italy by Maselli.
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.
Winterproof. Triple trendy. And even pleasantly affordable. Suede, Chelsea fit and rubber sole.
Swims makes waterproof boots business appropriate. Designed in Norway.
Floral patterned gentleman’s shirt: A huge trend – yet at Liberty™ a tradition for more than 140 years.
A trendy piece of clothing with rarity value: The Glencheck coat made of undyed Jacob sheep’s wool.