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The true fashion classics. State of the art. For women and men.
Probably the most comfortable leisure suit you will ever own. By Curare Yogawear.
A leisure suit with a modern appearance. Comfortable as usual, unusually casual. By Louis Féraud.
The sports leggings that won a design award. With 3D massage nubs incorporated. By Anita Active.
A real hit in five ways: Lightweight, airy, versatile, on-trend and affordable.
Long shirt and jogging trousers in casual clean chic. By Cornelie Weiss, Düsseldorf.
Comfortable enough for yoga, tai chi and the sofa. Chic enough for the fanciest spas and studios.
Piece-dyed and stone washed: Each suit is unique.
As light as a T-shirt and always silky soft: That’s what home wear needs to be today.
The elegant lace kimono from German nightwear and loungewear specialist Rösch.
Beautiful womens’ little secret. Extremely soft and snug: Seamless shaping underwear with cashmere.
A wonderfully comfortable, trendy smart look and pleasantly affordable. From Belgian newcomer HFor.
Soft as cashmere. Never too warm. And easy to wash in the machine. The three-piece leisure suit.
As easy-going as loungewear. But with a lot more charm. The no-nonsense terry dress.
Fashion favourite – the body: Elegant velvet – and yet pleasantly affordable.
Patterns too bright, solids too boring? Colour blocking is the right, stylish middle road.
As absorbent as towelling. But much finer and lighter. The bathrobe made from the fabric of hammam towels.
A soft towelling bathrobe, but it can be folded to a compact size and weighs only 740g (26.1 oz).
Extreme comfort. Outstanding versatility. Pleasantly affordable.
Elegant, feminine – and just as cosy as a regular bathrobe.
Packed in a space-saving silk bag – ideal for travelling.
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