Look SS18.138
Navy blue Super 130 glencheck with thin white windowpane
About the look

Wear your limited-edition, navy blue glencheck and windowpane suit with, for example, our ‘MSH039 l.blue piqué look’ shirt, our ‘TGR006 midnight blue grenadine’ tie, a matching ‘TGR006 midnight blue grenadine’ pocket square and our ‘FIC03-07 chocolate brown fine calf' leather shoes.

About the 2-piece suit
from 548 EUR
Style LAM13030
Navy blue Super 130 glencheck with thin white windowpane
A limited-edition, navy blue, almost imperceptible glencheck with a large, white, fine windowpane. Made from resilient, doubletwisted yarn and featuring a fourseason weight and a smooth, cool and crisp feel. Made with: Super 130 wool.
  • Fabric from House Collection
  • 100% Wool
  • 240 - 320 gr
  • Durability index: 4 (out of 5)
Jacket
  • 2 buttons
  • Notch lapel & flap pockets
  • Half canvas make
Trousers
  • Flat-front
  • Belt loops waistband
  • Zip fly
  • Plain hem finish
  • Sartorial make
About the Tie
from 99 EUR
Style TGR006
Midnight blue grenadine

Silk is the earth’s strongest naturally occurring fiber. It is largely wrinkle-resistant, with a nice, soft drape in a weight that keeps you comfortable year round. Our silk hails exclusively from Como, in Northern Italy, where silkworms nest in the region’s abundant mulberry trees. (Which is why this region has been a silk-production powerhouse since the 15th century.) This open grenadine weave, invented in the 18th century, is now largely used to add texture to ties, bowties, and pocket squares.

  • 100% Silk
Tie
  • Untipped
  • 7 cm
  • Standard (148 cm)
About the Pocket square
from 69 EUR
Style TGR006
Midnight blue grenadine

Silk is the earth’s strongest naturally occurring fiber. It is largely wrinkle-resistant, with a nice, soft drape in a weight that keeps you comfortable year round. Our silk hails exclusively from Como, in Northern Italy, where silkworms nest in the region’s abundant mulberry trees. (Which is why this region has been a silk-production powerhouse since the 15th century.) This open grenadine weave, invented in the 18th century, is now largely used to add texture to ties, bowties, and pocket squares.

Pocket square
  • Hand stitched
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