Fashion trends come and go but classic clothing styles like men's and women's full length wool coats live on. Discover what makes a classic a 'classic' and what to look for when shopping for an investment piece.
Bavarian clothing origins and traditions are rooted in both the physical and aesthetic needs of a Alpine people. Due to a surging appreciation for quality craftsmanship and superior fabrics the sartorial style assumes its global status as a symbol of sophisticated dress.
A timeless alternative to modern winter coat fashion is the Loden Coat. Available in a variety of styles for different occasions, this article reviews 5 of the classic styles of this Austrian Coat tradition.
When I recently visited Germany’s oldest textile mill in Bavaria, I was so impressed by the quality of their Loden wool fabrics and the company ethos, that I decided to use their fabric in my Fall ‘18 Loden coat production.
Blood from my open knuckles stained the blanket of snow and ice covering what could only loosely be described as a trail to the rocky summit of Mt. Rysy. As I stared up the nearly vertical ravine . . .
Loden wool clothing originated centuries ago in the Alpine region of Tyrol, Austria, where it was exclusively worn by the peasantry. In fact, by imperial decree, the peasants could onlywear Loden wool, linen or leather.