Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 Summer – NO EXCESS

August 29th, 2012 by retail design blog

The No Excess story began in 1988 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Inspired by the relaxed, open and down to earth Amsterdam culture, Roel de Veer set out to develop a collection of men’s clothing that captured the spirit of his hometown; a collection of garments that combined a confident, effortless style with the laidback Dutch attitude.

Now, 25 years later, No Excess has grown into a company with 50 employees and 1700 points of sale in more than 30 countries. Even though nowadays No Excess operates in the international market, its head office remains firmly rooted in the Amsterdam area. This way you are assured that No Excess will always stay true to the same spirit that founded the brand.

With its roots in the no-nonsense Dutch way of doing things, No Excess designs contemporary casuals for the confident man with a keen sense of style. An affordable collection of modern, uncomplicated, high quality garments based on the latest trends and distinguished by a subtle richness in detailing, rather than loud and excessive decorations. The elaborate finishing of each item, its great fit and excellent value for money give the collection its typical and recognizable No Excess signature.

Photographer: Zsolt Istvan Posta
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