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Roost

An emphasis on organic style and highly livable design with an aesthetic that is contemporary without being hard-edged.  The majority of products are created by our small group of designers and made in workshops around the globe where we have had longstanding relationships.  Our products...

Tintoria Mattei

1954. The year the founders’ adventure begin. An era symbol of a timeless elegance, of the cult of a sophistication intrinsic in gestures and customs. A retro look, an attitude in search of beauty that fully corresponds to the nature of the man reflecting the...

PT01

Our craft of making trousers has three generations of history behind it, our city and its creative impulse are at the heart of all our inventions. PT01, two words that link a craft and a special place, a trademark that links our roots with the...

Peter O. Mahler

Peter O. Mahler, first worked for large names in the German textile industry, founded private fashion trade gmbh with two partners in 1993, which exclusively launched the peter o. mahler collection. The brand stands for minimalism and purism. A fashion in which unusual cuts and...

Patrick Assaraf

Patrick Assaraf believes casual doesn’t need to be sloppy, and luxury doesn’t need to be out of reach. The line of luxury basics, designed exclusively by company founder Patrick Assaraf, offers luxury basics for modern gentlemen. Even the humble t-shirt is elevated to the sublime with super soft,...

Bogner Man

The Bogner brand has long stood for sport and fashion, style and innovation, action and elegance. Every collection has its own identity and connection to the roots of the brand. Using a variety of luxurious materials and creative, functional designs, every fashion collection brings elements...

Edward Armah

In 2009, Edward Armah’s fascination of butterflies led to the birth of “BUTTERFLY BOWTIES” now Edwards owns his own line of luxury Mens dress furnishings including handmade bowties, ascots, vests, silk robes and pocket circles. Edward Armah’s idea of a bowtie that can be worn in four different...