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A/W 2021 The holiday edit

This holiday season we return to the pleasure of togetherness. As we celebrate our loved ones and the harmony they bring to our lives, we invite you to discover our holiday edit – the wardrobe staples for the season of lounging, celebrating, dreaming, and just being. 

 

Time to relax

The slow pace of the holiday season invites us to let go of all things that stand in the way of comfort. During the moments when we just want to be, the most freeing garments are those that allow us to truly be ourselves – free, comfortable, and snug.

Time to explore

Outdoor time for exploration and adventure is one of the joys of slowing down as a family. In whatever path the adventurous spirit takes you, staying warm and covered is key to a pleasurable time.

Time to dream

During cosy reunions with family and friends, indoor moments of calm and play before and after bed are best spent in our favourite pyjamas.

 

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