Frank Leder

If you paid a visit to our al fresco stint on the roof terrace of the Aufbau-Haus in the dreaded pandemic summer of 2021, you’ll be well familiar the cosy blankets that kept you warm even  on  cooler nights – courtesy of our favourite menswear designer and all-around textile king Frank Leder. Dyed in his trademark “baltic blue”, these blankets are made from 100% organic, doubly woven cotton from South Tyrol. 

1 blanket (100 x 154cm)



Crack open a good bottle of wine, wrap yourself in this beautifully soft blanket and put your feet up – works alone as well with someone to cuddle with. 

Machine washable at 30-40 degrees and only with similar colors to avoid colours bleeding.

Frank Leder
If there is one designer who brings German tradition into his work without dabbling in odiously naive notions of “Heimat”,  it’s Frank Leder. In terms of aesthetics and production, his collections are firmly indebted to the legacy of German craftsmanship, reimagining guild clothing and traditional folk costumes.The bulk of Frank’s sales happen in Japan and frankly, we think it’s a scandal that there is as yet not one German fashion store selling his stunning attire. His cosmetics, too, are full of subtle references and Frank’s trademark wit. His fragrances may sound unusual, but are thoroughly joyful – don’t be surprised if even a hand soap named after long begone butcher’s products leaves you wanting more!