FASHION · Man
Harry Grosberg founded the Belstaff company in 1924 in Victoria Place, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England. Its first clothing line was raincoats for both men and women.
Grosberg chose as the logotype of the brand a phoenix taking flight as a symbol of continuity in time at both good and bad moments.
Belstaff was the first company in the world to use a breathable waterproof fabric obtained by using cotton treated with oils, giving rise to garments for motorcyclists.
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