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The true fashion classics. State of the art. For women and men.
A treasure in bestseller quality and new knit look: a Brittany pullover and top made of easy-care microfibre.
Scandinavian design by Rosemunde Copenhagen: Comfortable, casual and elegant.
As elegant as a blouse. As comfortable as a T-shirt. An uncomplicated long-sleeved basic by Strenesse.
Sporty cut. Elegant fabric. Strenesse has the perfect blouse for a “sporty elegant” theme.
The original shirt from Brittany. As worn by fishermen since the 19th century. By Saint James of France.
Elegant like a blouse. Comfortable like a shirt. Refined mix of jersey and satin. By Strenesse.
You’ll often wear this easy-care top instead of a blouse.
As stylish as a blouse – yet as versatile and easy as a T-shirt. By Saint James/France.
Fashionable print. Feminine flared elegance. As uncomplicated and comfortable as a T-shirt.
Warms without being bulky: The perfect shirt under slender blazers and jackets.
swiss+cotton is a shape-retaining, colourfast, soft and smooth stretch fabric.
A basic top to go with any look. Casual, suitable for the office. Design: Barbara Schwarzer, Düsseldorf.
A rare treasure made of 95% silk: A luxurious basic top with a lustrous sheen.
The perfectly simple warm winter top. A winning blend of Pima cotton and baby alpaca.
Perfect underneath sleeveless dresses & tops. The sheer fabric keeps you warm and appropriately covered up.
The magical top. Impeccable in black and white.
Outlives generations of inexpensive tops.
At last – a wrap top that fits perfectly. Its secret: A mock wrap design without annoying ties.
Probably the lightest, airiest twinset you have ever worn. The delicate shirt won’t snag.
Impeccable in black and white.
Fashion favourite – the body: Elegant velvet – and yet pleasantly affordable.
High quality, comfortable and easy-care. Perfect for combining. Amazingly good price.
The original Breton shirt. Fisherman tradition since the 19th century. From Saint James/France.
Well-being that you can wear: Incomparably soft, light and airy thanks to bamboo yarn.