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1ST PAT-RN

The world première for an exclusive fabric made by Larusmiani Tessuti and Fulgar: a cotton crepe/wool/nylon blend with the innovative addition of bio nylon that combines elegant looks with the comfort of outdoor garments. 1ST PAT-RN has revolutionised work wear by making a work jacket in a high-tech material. The lines are loose, the proportions are new, but it is all perfectly balanced with a fit designed to accommodate men's different body shapes.

Brands include:

1 ST PAT-RN || ARC' TERYX VEILANCE || BAD DEAL || BARENA || BéTON CIRé || BODY SONG || BUTTERO || CAPTAIN SANTORS || CHILDREN OF THE DISCORDANCE || COUNTRY OF ORIGIN || CSB LONDON || DANILO PAURA || DANNER || DANTON || DE BONNE FACTURE || DEL TORO || DIEMME || DIGAWEL || EAT DUST || F/CE || FASE || FIORENTINI+BAKER || GRENSON || GRIFFIN || HARRIS WHARF LONDON || HOWLIN' || IOWEYOU || JIMI ROOS || KNITBRARY || KUON || L. F. LIDFORT || LYPH || NANAMICA || NATIONAL STANDARD || SNOW PEAK || SOE || SUPER by RETROSUPERFUTURE ® || SE' BY ICHO NOBUTSUGU || SUPERDUPER HATS || THE WORKERS CLUB || TIMEX ARCHIVE || TRADITIONAL WEATHER WEAR || TROUBADOUR GOODS || WEBERHODELFEDER || YUKETEN ||

Barena

A complete sense of dressing, made up of garments with a classical heritage such as the blazer and the coat, whose fabrics are washed and inflated by simple but essential treatments. Warm but lightweight materials, patterned fabrics and exclusive colours.

Béton Ciré

Created in 2013 by Amélie Le Roux, the brand reinterprets the classic Miki cap worn by traditional Breton sailors. Unisex and timeless, reinterpreted with new fabrics, colours, and contemporary details, it is made by expert French craftsmen but keeps its original form: half beanie, half cap.

Buttero

Style, grit and quality are the trademarks of Buttero, which has entered the third millennium without losing the distinctive traits that marked its début: products that manage to renew themselves every season, combining craftsmanship, comfort, durability and beauty. Dating from 1974 and owned by the Sani family, Buttero has a history with a real Tuscan flavour: the name comes from the Italian cowboys who used to roam the marshes of the Maremma.

Captain Santors

The brand was created in 2014 from the need to interpret a style of clothing originating in the Italian roots of men with the sea inside them. The result was a heritage product that interprets the work clothing of seafarers, fishermen and sailing pioneers. The fabrics include selvedge denim and natural indigo cottons made in Japan, Irish wools, hemp and Italian cottons.

Danilo Paura

Fashion, Street, Skate, Culture and Design come together in this collection designed so that people can dress to suit their mood. A harmonious mix of skinny trousers, baggy sweatshirts, white shirts, T-shirts with graphics and elegant suits for an everyday look that is different each day.

Danton

The original spirit of workwear with a French feel - made by the manufacturer founded by Gabriel Danton at Châtres sur Cher long ago in 1931 - has been revived in this collection developed in Japan. Suits, blousons, trousers and overalls have been reworked with the rigour and contemporary design made in Japan.

De Bonne Facture

A menswear wardrobe rich in understatement created by expert French craftsmen. Menswear essentials are reinterpreted with a maniacal attention to quality at the De Bonne Facture workshop.

Diemme

Behind the name, a prestigious past in hand crafted products starting with its production of footwear in Veneto; today Diemme is a world-famous cult name not just for its hiking-style boots exclusively for mountaineers, but also for its prestigious partnerships and its collections of premium sneakers and slip-ons with a touch of fashion.

Grenson

Founded in 1866 in the heart of Northamptonshire, the capital of footwear manufacturing, Grenson makes incredibly high quality shoes in perfect British style, available in the best stores around the world. It launches special capsule collections each season in partnership with designers that share the brand's DNA.

Jimi Roos

The beauty in errors, embroidery mistakes, the processing and the techniques, applied to its determined research into materials, result in Jimi's total looks for young men that are versatile and bold. Alongside the original technique of reversed embroidery, the DNA of the brand, Jimi also uses plumetis for shirts and trousers as well as fleeces, t-shirts and tailored suits. An identity that reveals his Swedish roots.

Knitbrary

Knitwear as a philosophy of life and the synthesis of personal and timeless luxury. Top quality craftsmanship and manufacturing expertise make this collection unique, made in the Peru Andes with fibres selected from Vicuña, Baby Alpaca and Pima Cotton. Beauty and simplicity for these limited edition pieces.

L.F. Lidfort

In 1945 Lido Fortuna put his father's teachings into practice inside the garage of his house in Montegranaro. Soon that garage became a small shoe factory. Increasing production led to the appearance of the Lidfort brand, a sort of acronym created from the founder's name. Today the sons are following in their father's footsteps, passionate in their use of quality materials for high class footwear.

Nanamica

In Japanese, Nanamica means “the house of the seven seas”, and part of the brand's philosophy is the idea of connecting cultures and worlds that may be very far apart to create crossover collections, where a strong outdoor spirit encounters high performance manufacture with an authentic aesthetic, with materials such as GORE-TEX, Pertex and Cordura. The fashion & utility pairing remains their key concept.

Snow Peak

Mountains, rivers, woods: the landscape surrounding the city of Sanjō, in Japan provided the inspiration for this project, with garments created for experiencing nature to be worn when taking part in outdoor activities without fearing the cold or adverse weather conditions. It began as a special range of camping and trekking equipment, and its outdoor items combine stylish techno-materials and contemporary designs. Perfect both for the city and for the mountain.

Super by Retrosuperfuture®

Founded in Italy in 2007, the brand immediately made its mark on the eyewear market, and the Super By Retrosuperfuture® collection designed by Daniel Beckerman became highly popular with its original models in acetate materials. Beginning with a classic model with clean lines, it went on to develop a varied collection made up of now iconic shapes and details.

Timex Archive

The Timex Archive range is a new expression of the values that have been passed down by Timex in Waterbury, Connecticut from 1854 to our own times. It's a concept of the “archive” and "timeless past" drawing on that combination of knowledge and expertise rooted in the research, quality, innovation and style that have always been associated with the Timex creations.

Troubadour Goods

Created in 2011 by Samuel Bail and Abel Samet, a luxury line of mens' bags in which aesthetics, linearity and practicality combine with an attention to detail and to materials, crafted by specialist Italian leather workers. The collection interweaves the hand-made with the high performance of techno materials. The innovative one day bags feature a fusion of style and function: from slim briefcases to rucksacks and weekenders.

Harris Wharf London

Harris Wharf London is a contemporary outerwear brand that reimagines classic formalwear. Based in London but produced in Turin, the label is infused with London sensibilities. Tailored coats and blazers are sophisticated and cast in a range of muted colours as well as bold brights and come in a variety of felted wools and cashmeres.

LYPH

 

Lyph is an avant-garde British clothing brand that aims to blur the boundaries between the beautiful and the functional, between the archive in the sense of a source of creative inspiration and the past understood as a limit to surpass, not to reproduce.

SuperDuper Hats

SuperDuper is a project that developed from the playfulness and passion of the creative minds of Ilaria and Veronica Cornacchini and Matteo Gioli. And it is precisely by “playing” with the retro style and workwear shapes and volumes that their eclectic collections of hats and, subsequently, total looks are created.

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