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Armor Lux

Armor Lux

For SS20 Armor Lux have introduced a fresh selection of classic styles that reflect their rich heritage and passion for the timeless Breton stripe. Constructed in fabrics that suit the warmer months, horizontal stripes have been refreshed in a variety of blue tones which have been paired with shades of orange henna and red for a distinctive finish. If you’re after a go-to wardrobe staple, we’d suggest any of the Striped Breton T-Shirts whether you go for a long or short sleeve is depending on your preference, whilst the Heritage Striped T-Shirt has a wide ribbed neckline that adds a characteristic touch to a casual silhouette. If you’re into retro-style pullovers, the Trucker Sweatshirt has a bold ‘Armor Lux’ text design on the centre of the chest and decorative stripes around the arms which tap into the brand’s archival style.

Founded in 1939 by Walter Hubacher, Armor Lux remains based in their founding region of Brittany, France where they are known

as the last brand to be producing classic Breton striped t-shirts in the area. Originally designed for seamen so they could be seen after falling overboard, the Breton stripe has become a wardrobe essential since being translated into fashion styles by Coco Chanel in the early 20th century. Using their extensive knowledge of producing high quality knitted garments, Armor Lux has continued the designs legacy into modern day and experiment with colours and fabrics each season to keep the look fresh. Not limited to stripes however, their eye for quality continues across simplistic outerwear such as traditional maritime inspired coats and practical accessories that offer protection from the elements whilst boasting an ageless aesthetic. Passionate about production remaining in Brittany, Armor Lux will appeal to anyone seeking authentic, made in France designs who appreciate the history and heritage of brands.

For SS20 Armor Lux have introduced a fresh selection of classic styles that reflect their rich heritage and passion for the timeless Breton stripe. Constructed in fabrics that suit the warmer months, horizontal stripes have been refreshed in a variety of blue tones which have been paired with shades of orange henna and red for a distinctive finish. If you’re after a go-to wardrobe staple, we’d suggest any of the Striped Breton T-Shirts whether you go for a long...