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Discover The Outlierman Handcrafted Accessories

The Outlierman company was formed with a mission to handcraft a range of accessories that match the breath-taking beauty, exquisite quality and timeless appeal of the world’s most iconic cars. Each item - from a pocket square to a pair of driving gloves, and from a tie to a weekender bag, reflects the passion of those who truly cherish their cars, and enables them to further celebrate the romance of the open road.

Driven by passion 

The Outlierman designers have an insatiable appetite for creating new items and introduce fresh collections every month. A Weekender Garment Bag in Lava/Black/Red and a second in Lava/Black/Grey have just been added to the company’s extensive range, along with a new line-up of Driving Gloves.

Italian Andrea Mazzuca founded the Outlierman company after he was unable to find a pair of driving gloves of the high standard of design and quality he desired. “I was looking for gloves that would enable me to enjoy driving my Aston Martin, Jaguar and Porsche models even more – but there was just nothing suitable on the market. That’s when I decided to create The Outlierman and fashion the gloves and other items I wanted,” explains Mr. Mazzuca. “I know how passionate people are about their cars and I know how hard they work for them too. That’s why only the most beguiling aesthetics, the most sought-after materials and the most highly skilled artisans with decades of experience will suffice for The Outlierman,” he adds.

100% Made in Italy

Mr. Mazzuca chose to name the company ‘The Outlierman’ after reading Malcolm Gladwell’s book ‘Outliers: The Story of Success.’ One of the lines from the book that resonates deeply with Mazzuca is: ‘Who we are cannot be separated from where we are from.’ So, it is no surprise that the story of The Outlierman’s success is an Italian one, and that it draws deeply on that country’s inherent talent for beautiful design and consummate craftsmanship. All Outlierman products proudly carry a ‘100% Handmade in Italy’ label. Only the very best specialists are sought out in different regions of the country for each item.

In Naples, famed the world over for its glove-making skills, there are only four people who still know how to create the specific weave required for The Outlierman Bespoke Limited Edition driving gloves. Fashioned in Nappa lambskin and fine South American peccary leather, every glove gives a unique, velvet-like level of comfort. Steeped in centuries of silk manufacturing, Lake Como is pivotal to the creation of The Oultierman collection of cashmere and silk scarves, ties and pocket squares. Finished by hand, stitch-by-stich, their rolled edges are an unmistakeable hallmark of quality, and they provide an effortlessly elegant enrichment to any ensemble.

Prestigious partnerships 

Superlative design and attention to the tiniest of details has led the brand to be selected as a partner to the annual Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance since 2016 – considered by many as the world’s most prestigious automotive gathering. In 2019, The Outlierman created an exclusive tie for the event, to celebrate 100 years of Bentley. Other preeminent collections include the Pagani Limited Edition and the MINI John Cooper Works Capsule Collection.

Cherished gifts  

“Every customer, be they an individual enthusiast or a multi-national car company, is of equal importance to The Outlierman. We carry out extensive research to find out what our customers want. Exhaustive knowledge of both period and contemporary automotive body colour and interior trim combinations is essential for creating authentic products,” explains Mr. Mazzuca. “We never rest from delivering unmatched levels of design and quality. And that’s why I am one hundred per cent confident that The Outlierman items match the passion our customers have for their cars. And that any item from our collection will be cherished for decades to come,” he adds.

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