Elevated Must-Haves from Casablanca

Elevated Must-Haves from Casablanca

Haven Neiman

French-Moroccan designer Charaf Tajer established the fashion label Casablanca in 2018. Based in Paris, the designer is also known for his work on the iconic brand Pigalle. Although the label is based in Paris, each item is manufactured in Casablanca, Morocco. The menswear label is heavily inspired by lobbies and traveling, both of which are heavily reflected in their high-quality luxury apparel offerings. These offerings include a selection of silk shirts, t-shirts, hoodies, sweatpants, printed shirts, and more. Both comfortable and elevated, each item from Casablanca reimagines the timeless sports aesthetic by utilizing Neapolitan tailoring techniques.

The Casablanca Printed Denim Jacket from Casablanca is an elevated everyday apparel item from the brand’s new delivery. Composed of cotton, the design spotlights a pointed collar for added detail. A button-down closure adds a secure fit. The chest pockets add a functional touch for more detailing. Embellished detailing is placed throughout, while the gold-tone buttons are treated with the brand’s logo. The button cuffs at the sleeves wrap up the rest of the look.

Perfect for transitional weather, the Casablanca Air Casablanca Patch Sweatshort is another must-have silhouette. Cut from cotton, the design spotlights in-seam side pockets for further functionality. An elastic drawstring waistband adds for adjustability, while the rear welt pocket makes another statement. Embroidered patchwork resides at the left thigh, completing the remainder of the design. Paired perfectly with the shorts is the Casablanca Okinawa Embroidered Sweatshirt. The design is crafted from cotton and spotlights ribbed detailing at the neckline, cuffs, and hem. A blend of screen-printed and embroidered branding and graphics at the chest spotlight the remainder of the silhouette, finishing the look.

Casablanca’s new delivery is available now at all retail locations + online. For a closer look at these elevated must-haves, click here.

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