- Can Pep Rey
- Can Pep Rey Classic jogging pants caviar € 260,-
- Can Pep Rey Oversized sweatshirt caviar € 240,-
- Can Pep Rey Andrea shirt black € 220,-
- Can Pep Rey Emily jumpsuit black € 350,-
- Can Pep Rey Loose t-shirt L/S Mala kaki € 165,- € 82,50
- Can Pep Rey Classic jogging rose water € 260,-
Can Pep Rey, founded in 2013, was named after a beautiful ‘finca’ on the island Ibiza. A house with thick white brick walls, a disused well outside and a stone oven; inside a record collection created through several generations, never changing furniture. It represents a place to escape. Can Pep Rey is a melting pot of ideas, spirits, and feelings. The house is a place that takes away the pressures of the modern world, bringing its inhabitants to step back mentally into a slower and easier time. Modern habits are replaced with new, old ones. Simplicity and spontaneity prevail. With Can Pep Rey Paul Conradi aims to propose a collection of clothes and items that match these feelings and desires. Clothes made from great qualities, adaptable to any situation or occasion. An easy wardrobe that gives comfort in any situation. Defined by simplicity and common sense, the menswear-inspired womenswear label is influenced by the concepts of fashion, art and living space. A ready-to-wear line for women, Can Pep Rey mix visions of fashion and streetwear. Creating an ideal wardrobe filled with iconic refined items; all natural, spontaneous and comfortable. Free of the pressures of trends, these garments are perfect from morning to evening. The collections are basics made of simple but precious fabrics in light and dark tones and include wearable intimates and men’s clothes used in a woman’s closet. It mixes basics and ready-to-wear, simplicity and a boyish aesthetic to create collections that can be worn inside and out, casual but with a few more elegant pieces, from an oversized t-shirt to a velvet jumpsuit. To guarantee the best quality Can Pep Rey sources all fabrics directly from weavers and knitters that are mainly based in Italy, Japan, Portugal, and the UK. These are then brought to their manufacturers. The clothes are made and finished in Italy, Belgium, Portugal and Japan to ensure the highest quality standards and good working conditions.