DS Dundee started back in 1994, but then focusing on streetwear. After being hired Elizabeth Reed with background on including Dunhill, Bamford & Sons and Polo Ralph Lauren as a designer, the Scottish brand embraced a far more well-dressed look. It’s not just the design that exudes Anglo blanket fashion but a large part of production takes place in the UK. Among other stands Rayner & Sturges for the brand shirts. (via selectism.com )
For those tired of cabin bags in the plasticky design and flashy logos, British Swaine Adeney Brigg have developed a rare stylish model. The bag, which only sewn to order, based on an aluminum frame to be as light as possible. Naturally tanned leather, hand-shaped brass and reinforced zippers are just some of the details that characterize the bag’s quality.
Speaking of the super exclusive leather goods: Belgian Delvaux has just re-launched its web shop. The range of bags and small accessories have become much broader, especially for men.
For those who want to be inspired by Brunello Cucinellis impeccable casual wear recommended a visit to the US Bergdorf Goodman Web store now updated its range of Italian cashmere king.
Swedish fragrance house Byredo continues its framgångståg to open your own store on the Master Samuelsgatan in Stockholm. Then, just over a month is the brand’s fragrances and scented candles also available via the own webshop.