For Steven Vrendenbarg and David Sipkens, it's a 180 degree turn.
The founders of Mr Marvis had given themselves the mission, in 2016, to create the shorts that would be, in their eyes, perfect.
It is now done, and the Dutch fashion brand has taken a decisive position in this growing market in the era of global warming.
New challenge for the two entrepreneurs focused on leg dressing: approaching the change of season to expand their offer.
Admittedly, the label already offers versatile chinos and comfortable sweatpants, with variations in fine flannel.
Popular models during confinement.
But to face the frost in the open air, they decided to play on velvet.
That's good, this fabric is back in force this winter and in all its variations: ribbed, shaped, chiseled, stamped or plush.
Velvet, the eternal return
Organic cotton and 2% Lycra
To approach the subject in his own way, keeping his modern touch and pursuing his quest for comfort, Mr Marvis…
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