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Size Chart

Women
  • INT XXS XS S M L XL
    Chest
    (cm)
    74
    to
    77
    78
    to
    81
    82
    to
    85
    86
    to
    89
    90
    to
    93
    94
    to
    97
    Waist
    (cm)
    59
    to
    62
    63
    to
    66
    67
    to
    70
    71
    to
    74
    75
    to
    78
    79
    to
    82
    Hip
    (cm)
    83
    to
    86
    87
    to
    90
    91
    to
    94
    95
    to
    98
    99
    to
    102
    103
    to
    107
  • INT XXS XS S M L XL
    GER 32 34 36 38 40 42
    US 0-2 4 6 8 10 12
    UK 6 8 10 12 14 16
    ITA 38 40 42 44 46 48
    FRA 34 36 38 40 42 44
    JAP 5 7 9 11 13 15
    Chest 74-77 78-81 82-85 86-89 90-93 94-97
    Waist 59-62 63-66 67-70 71-74 75-78 79-82
    Hip 83-86 87-90 91-94 95-98 99-102 103-106

    Body measurements in centimetres

  • Inch Ger Ita Fra Int/US Waist Hip
    23 30 36 32 XXS 59-60 83-84
    24 32 38 34 XXS 61-62 85-86
    25 32/34 38/40 34/36 XS 63-64 87-88
    26 34 40 36 XS 65-66 89-90
    27 36 42 38 S 67-68 91-92
    28 36/38 42/44 38/40 S 69-70 93-94
    29 38 44 40 M 71-72 95-96
    30 40 46 42 M 73-74 97-98
    31 40/42 46/48 42/44 L 75-76 99-100
    32 42 48 44 L 77-78 101-102
    33 44 50 46 XL 79-80 103-104
    34 44/46 50/52 46/48 XL 81-82 105-106
    36 46 52 48 XXL 83-84 107-108

    Body measurements in centimetres

Men
  • INT XS S M L XL XXL
    Chest
    (cm)
    86
    to
    89
    90
    to
    93
    94
    to
    97
    98
    to
    101
    102
    to
    105
    106
    to
    109
    Waist
    (cm)
    73
    to
    76
    77
    to
    80
    81
    to
    84
    85
    to
    88
    89
    to
    92
    93
    to
    96
    Hip
    (cm)
    87
    to
    90
    91
    to
    94
    95
    to
    98
    99
    to
    102
    103
    to
    106
    107
    to
    109
  • INT XS S M L XL XXL
    GER 44 46 48 50 52 54
    US 34 36 38 40 42 44
    UK 34 36 38 40 42 44
    ITA 44 46 48 50 52 54
    FRA 38 40 42 44 46 48
    JAP 1 2 3 4 5 6
    Chest 86-89 90-93 94-97 98-101 102-105 106-109
    Waist 73-76 77-80 81-84 85-88 89-92 93-96
    Hip 87-90 91-94 95-98 99-102 103-106 107-110

    Body measurements in centimetres

  • Inch Ger Ita Fra Int Waist Hip
    27 XS 73-74 87-88
    28 44 44 40 XS 75-76 89-90
    29 44/46 44/46 40/42 S 77-78 91-92
    30 46 46 42 S 79-80 93-94
    31 46/48 46/48 42/44 M 81-82 95-96
    32 48 48 44 M 83-84 97-98
    33 48/50 48/50 44/46 L 85-86 99-100
    34 50 50 44/46 L 87-88 101-102
    36 52 52 48 XL 89-90 103-104
    38 54 54 50 XL 91-92 105-106

    Body measurements in centimetres

  • CM 72 77 82 87 92
    INCH 28 30 32 34 36

    (Approximate values)

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  • HARD COPY - Sleeping Beauties

Sleeping Beauties

– Text by Dennis Braatz

Four long-forgotton fashion highlights for men and women which are just being revived after a long sleep.

Ties

Let’s start with the surprising news that sales of ties are up for the first time in years. Second-hand marketplaces and department stores like Macy’s with traditional menswear departments have reported rising sales figures in recent months. At first sight, it is unclear why. Since the late 80s, smart menswear has become increasingly casual. First, the boom in cheap flights led to more business trips and comfort for suit wearers. Then, tech CEOs like Mark Zuckerberg in hoodies became style icons. Nowadays, even politicians hardly wear ties. No one needs them anymore. That is precisely why they are making a comeback, however, because they can now be redefined. For the last two seasons, designers like Gucci, Canali and Kenzo have been incorporating ties into all sorts of outfits on the catwalks. As well as appearing with two- and three-piece suits, they have featured with casual, untucked shirts worn with wide trousers, underneath denim or varsity jackets, and tied around bare necks like scarves. Far from being a remnant of outdated dress codes, ties are a new-found accessory.

Platform shoes

If someone asked what type of footwear was attracting the most attention in the fashion world right now, the answer would have to be platform shoes. From pumps to peep-toes and sandals, platforms are everywhere – sometimes even teamed with a block or stiletto heel. The platforms measure at least 11 centimetres, and some designers are going even further, with Valentino and Tom Ford reaching the giddy height of 16 centimetres. Your initial reaction might be that footwear like this is out of touch. After all, didn’t feminism finally bring about a shift towards more wearable fashion for women a few years back? That’s true, but women still get to decide how elevated an impression they want to make and the coronavirus crisis with its lockdowns has left people longing for elegance, parties and sexiness. This is filtering through into the wider fashion scene: figure-hugging dresses, ultra-short skirts, cut-outs and bling galore are currently de rigueur. Donatella Versace proves just how well all of this can be combined with a modern image of women in her latest collection, which features oversized blazers, denim skirts, latex leggings and vertiginous platform shoes. She said after the show that she found contrast invigorating. “It’s an irresistible feeling.”

Peekaboo boxers

In the mid-90s, teenagers adopted a style of dress that riled parents, teachers and other members of the establishment: wearing baggy or loose trousers which left the top of their boxer shorts clearly visible. It wasn’t unusual for their trousers to slip down all the way beneath their bum cheeks, but that was far from accidental because this look was borrowed from hip-hop icons like Tupac. Gangsta rappers walked around like this because prisoners in the USA had their belts taken away so that they couldn’t hang themselves or use them as weapons. The message was: look at me, I’m a tough guy! Odd fashions from the 90s are making a huge comeback right now – and peekaboo boxers are one of the looks that are back on the catwalk. Miu Miu has corresponding styles for women, while Dior, Prada, Y/Project and Givenchy have incorporated the look into their menswear collections. This time around, the trousers are neither baggy nor low – they are conventional jeans or even suit trousers with a front crease. The bad boys of yesteryear must have grown up.

White tank tops

Prada’s winter show opened with Kaia Gerber sporting a delicately embroidered skirt worn with a white tank top featuring a heavy logo plaque. The fashion world went crazy at the sight of this luxurious vest. As a result, fashion magazines soon started publishing online galleries with vest tops that could be bought straight away – and in many places, sales figures went through the roof. This many white tank tops were last sold thirty years ago, when they were a big part of a megatrend known as minimalism. Nowadays, different factors are making vests popular as a piece in their own right again. Today’s fashions are dominated by two styles. The first is comfort, as seen in the prevalence of loungewear and sports clothing. The second is a new trend for accentuating the figure. White tank tops combine both. They hug the figure without being restrictive, accentuating the wearer’s body and showing plenty of skin. Very few garments are a better fit for the current vibe.