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Hartford Shirt Paul Army Hartford Shirt Paul Army
€180.00 *
Hartford Polo Shirt Grey Striped Hartford Polo Shirt Grey Striped
€80.00 * €120.00 *
Hartford Shirt Palms Hartford Shirt Palms
€170.00 *
Hartford Shirt Paul Seersucker Indigo Hartford Shirt Paul Seersucker Indigo
€120.00 * €180.00 *
Hartford Shorts Striped Hartford Shorts Striped
€100.00 * €140.00 *
Hartford Shorts Indigo Blue Hartford Shorts Indigo Blue
€120.00 * €180.00 *
Hartford Terry Polo Shirt Hartford Terry Polo Shirt
€90.00 * €140.00 *
Hartford Terry Polo Hartford Terry Polo
€80.00 * €120.00 *
Hartford Shirt Paul Flanell 025 Hartford Shirt Paul Flanell 025
€100.00 * €150.00 *
Hartford Bermuda Shorts Hartford Bermuda Shorts
€50.00 * €90.00 *
Hartford Shirt Palm Beach Short Sleeve Hartford Shirt Palm Beach Short Sleeve
€100.00 * €150.00 *
Hartford Tank Short Linen Hartford Tank Short Linen
€100.00 * €150.00 *

The Hartford project, which Yves Chareton launched in the United States in 1979, takes up the classics of American wardrobe and gives them a touch of modernity. The studio returned to Paris a few years later. The brand structured itself and began its commercial development: the collections grew in size and became synonymous with flawless materials and style.

 

The Hartford project, which Yves Chareton launched in the United States in 1979, takes up the classics of American wardrobe and gives them a touch of modernity.  The studio returned to... read more »
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Hartford

The Hartford project, which Yves Chareton launched in the United States in 1979, takes up the classics of American wardrobe and gives them a touch of modernity. The studio returned to Paris a few years later. The brand structured itself and began its commercial development: the collections grew in size and became synonymous with flawless materials and style.