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men The 9-to-5 wardrobe

The learnings after a long season of remote working are quite personal. Whether at home or at the office, this back-to-work season we’re determined to continue to blend casual and athleisure pieces with smart, dressed-up styles – something we’re doing now with more ease than before.

This practice is one of the defining elements of our 2021 pre-fall collection, together with exquisite attention to detail and a smart choice of materials that lives up to the expectations of mindful living. In this edit, we present the four components of this season’s pre-fall wardrobe, why we love them and how to wear them – for business but also pleasure.

01 Classic staples

A wardrobe foundation is built mindfully and over time. It’s made out of classics, the pieces we continue to offer and refine season after season. From well-cut denim to crisp shirting and tailored trousers, these are the base we return to time after time.

02 Technical details

The tactile feel of lightweight woven nylon is also reminiscent of retro sportswear. Our take on this kind of fabric results in clearly contemporary and elegant pieces: comforting, functional layers when colder temperatures hit.

03 Sporty inspirations

Not ready to let go of the basics, we incorporated them into our office-friendly wardrobe. Our autumn collection features hoodies and sweats sewn from cotton jersey fabrics and cut with a design that blends vintage references with performance design.

04 Utility references

Multiple pockets, roomier fits and durable fabrics are among the details of utility-inspired wear. Find them in overshirts, shirts or vests. These layers are ideal as a layering option for the transseasonal months and perfect mid-layers as temperatures continue to drop.  

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