In the city's creative spirit, six Berliners put the go-to khaki to rest and overthrow the chino rules. We collaborate with writer Ann Kathrin Gerber, magazine founder Kira Aurelie and musician Ahmad Larnes. Bloggers Julia Dalia, Dustin Hanke and Michael André Ankermüller complete the team. By adding their own wardrobe style to our chinos, new re-chino statements are born. Don't expect plain beige here.

Cross the line

"To re-chino is about re-loving them and combining them with your favourite pieces. I often mix up different styles together. Sometimes those combos are a bit weird. But in the end, that's actually what's most important. Kitt's pinstripes prove that right." Ann-Katrin Gerber wears the 'Kitt' chinos.
shop kitt - slim fit

Go neo grunge

"Style is about being effortless and comfortable with what you're wearing. I like to add elements from 90's grunge à la Kurt Cobain and make it my own. I've never worn a chino before, but Blake is easy to style. I made it fit like a pair of skinny jeans!" Dustin Hanke wears the 'Blake' chinos.
shop blake - relaxed slim fit

Punch with prints

"I like to keep things casual and prefer an urban, sporty look without looking too classy. That's why I like to pair Mott's clean and chic aesthetic with some basic wardrobe definers." Michael André Ankermüller wears the 'Mott' chinos.
Shop Mott - super slim fit

Start overthrowing the chino rules

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