Hailing from Brittany in northern France, Armor Lux was founded in 1938 and soon rose to prominence when it began creating marine clothing for local sailors and fishermen. Credited as one of the creators of the quintessential Breton shirt, the brand is now considered a leading frontrunner in quintessential French style and remains synonymous with nautical clothing to this day.
Now teaming up with Danish imprint Le Fix, the duo have rolled out a selection of iconic classics dressed in anarchist spray paint, inspired by the latter’s signature street style. Mixing pin stripes with a navy and monochrome colour palette, the collaborative range features a short-sleeved and a long-sleeved T-shirt, a quarter-zip anorak jacket, a pair of trousers and a hat with a woven logo.
Get a closer look at the full Le Fix x Armor Lux capsule in the shots below and shop the range now from the former’s online store.