Starting out in 1938, Armor-Lux has since built a rich heritage and left a French imprint in worldly fashion.
The now widely recognized Breton stripe has always been one as of their most recognizable features. Once introduced into French law in 1858 to help locate overboard sailors, the horizontally lined clothing would find it's way into haute couture by the likes of, among others, Coco Chanel and James Dean.
Still having their manufacturing done in France, it makes us glad to have them on board.
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