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Meet the collaborators, advisors and men of great character that make our world rich.

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Seasonal
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This season’s limited release sees flexibility and breathability collide. Light and layerable pieces you can wear from work to the weekend. We asked our advisors to create their personal must-have pieces for spring and summer. Each is curated to their taste and tailored to their form. Browse their looks to inspire your own.

style advisors SS22
Look 1 – Bastiaan Tan
Look 1 – Bastiaan Tan

“I’d wear this style when you want to look well-dressed, but still be in leisurewear. Going to a restaurant or a party, or maybe even working from home. The jacket is always an effortless option. Green is an easy color to combine, so it’s nice to pair with blue tones too, like indigo jeans or a denim shirt. You can also make it a bit more formal with woolen trousers, instead of these white 5-pockets. I’d recommend trousers in gray with a polo or a nice shirt.”

Look 2 – Ricardo Filipe Wemerman
Look 2 – Ricardo Filipe Wemerman

“I think this look is ideal for the end of spring and high summer. For warm evenings or maybe a nice dinner. In saying that, it would also work into the fall season. The jacket is best worn with a breathable shirt underneath like linen and without a tie. It’s also possible to wear it with a polo too if that’s your style. I personally prefer 5-pockets over denim with this jacket. It’s the kind of thing I’d suggest for men who don’t like to wear suits, but prefer something smart casual.”

Look 3 – Harold van Wissen & Madamme
Look 3 – Harold van Wissen & Madamme

“I would call this outfit casual chic. For pretty much any man, mostly because of its classic color and neat weave structure, which is easy to combine with a polo shirt or a shirt and tie. Perhaps a light raincoat too for the journey. I would wear this for an afternoon drink or a night out, as well as a business meeting. It’s very versatile!”

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Community portraits

A snapshot of some of the great men who have created key pieces with us lately.

Alain Honorez
Alain Honorez

Former principal dancer of the Royal Ballet of Flanders and co-founder of Junior Ballet Antwerp, Alain. He wears one of the black stretch wool blend suits created for his junior company’s performance of ALONE / TOGETHER, choreographed by Nicolo Fonte.

Marieke Lucas Rijneveld
Marieke Lucas Rijneveld

International Booker Prize winner and guest of honor created a distinct look for “Boekenbal”, the Dutch Book Week opening party. The red suit features a morning coat with contrast lapels – matching the event’s theme ‘The night of love‘.

Nyck de Vries
Nyck de Vries

Our collaborator and current Formula E champion, Nyck. He appeared at the FIA Prize Giving Ceremony in this black velvet ensemble, designed by the driver as a double-breasted jacket with peak lapels and matching bow tie.

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