Marbas, the Italian golf brand renowned for its fine, high-quality shirts and knitwear, has launched its Autumn-Winter 2011 Collection, which presents new argyle-patterned knitwear as the season’s signature pieces.
Argyle is back in fashion, featuring prominently at the recent Kenzo and Prada Autumn-Winter 2011 catwalk shows that took place in Paris and Milan. Marbas Golf’s luxurious Baruffa Wool knitwear, with its distinctive new argyle patterns, combines perfectly with the brand’s exquisite Egyptian Makò cotton shirts whose autumnal colour palette mirrors the hues and shades of nature at this time of year.
Commenting on the Autumn-Winter 2011 collection, David Kinsey of The Kinsey Partnership, Marbas’ exclusive agent for the UK, Ireland and Middle East, said: “Argyle is this season’s defining pattern. Usually associated with knit, top fashion houses have used the print in classical suits and slim-cut trousers.
“Marbas Golf has teamed the print with a palette of warm autumnal-toned golf shirts, with the occasional pop of colour. The new collection continues to offer the best of sophistication, quality and craftsmanship affiliated with the brand while simultaneously drawing inspiration for its seasonal lines from the fashion capitals of the world.
Marbas Golf blends traditional Italian style with state-of-the-art manufacturing to supply high-end golf resorts and links courses on the Open Championship rota with some of the finest golf club-crested shirts available. The brand stands for absolute excellence and quality clothing, and has captured the imagination of the golf market with its collections.
Marbas Golf is an accredited supplier to the Open Championship with clients including St Andrews Links, Royal St George’s Golf Club and Turnberry. It most recently designed and produced the own-brand ‘Clubhouse Collection’ for Augusta National Golf Club in readiness for this April’s Masters Tournament.
Marbas Golf www.marbasgolf.it
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