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Berg&Berg S/S ´14 launched


Last week Berg&Berg launched the first releases of their new spring and summer collection. Once again there’s bunch of interesting stuff that really draws attention and are definitely worth checking out.

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In the new tie collection classic grenadines are complimented with self striped silk ties that are crafted from" fil a fil silk (a jacquard fabri woven with two double twisted silk threads), multiple linen ties and finally a bit more special, untipped cotton seersucker versions.

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In terms of pocket squares the absolute ace for the season are the fresh and summery cotton squares featuring floral prints, nice option to wear with your unstructured cotton and linen jackets.

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For knitwear Berg&Berg has two new versions for the summer. First of all a basic round neck sweater, knitted in silky italian cotton that could be described as a summer staple for chilly nights to spend at the terrace and secondly, my personal favorite a jacket style (baseball) cardigan that’s knitted from a cotton that has first been washed to gain an airy and light feel. I’m looking forward to see this one in real.

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Belts made of braided waxed cotton trimmed with vachetta leather. Combine with a pair of crispy white cotton slacks, a sharp button-up and a pair of driving mods - a perfect summer look.

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Finally socks made by Bresciani in spring appropriate colours, fabrics and textures.

All in all, as I’ve said before I think Mathias and Karin are doing wonderful job offering high quality products in a decent price range. And this season seems to be no exception.


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