Founded by Antoine LeCoultre in 1833, LeCoultre was a manufacturer of watches and clocks in Le Sentier, Switzerland.
Since 1798, Gammarelli is the house tailor of the Roman Clergy. In 1874 the store moved to Via Santa Chiara 34, in the building of the Pontifical Ecclesiastical Academy, where it still is today.
The beret knows a long history. Bearn shepherds first hand knit the beret and felted the wool to protect themselves against the harsh sun and cold winters.
Established in 1894 by John Barbour in South Shields, J. Barbour & Sons Ltd. is a luxury fashion brand of weatherproofed outerwear.
Founded in Massachusetts by Charles H. Alden in 1884, the Alden Shoe Company manufactures classic gentlemen’s footwear. Alden stands for traditional, custom shoemaking at its finest.
Originally designed by Globe Canvas/De Martini in New York, the messenger bag originated in the 1950s
Founded in 1911 by Walter Martiny, Superga is one of the first footwear manufacturers to produce rubber-soled footwear.
Simonnot-Godard was founded in 1787 by handkerchieves salesman Beaurain. It started out as a small handkerchief shop in Paris, near the Palais Royal.
Based in Northampton, England, and founded in 1890, Edward Green makes the finest shoes in the world ‘for the discerning few’.
Starting as a manufacturer of raincoats in a basement on the Lower East Side since 1913, Irving Schott…