Round collar sweat
Petit piqué polo
100% small piqué organic cotton
Slim fit that combines style and comfort
5 button collar
Ribbed edges sleeve tone on tone
Tricolour Cleanliness Strip
Woman Player on the rings of the mark embroidered on the heart
Sold with its historic details
Mary, Queen of Scots, is known for her turbulent life and eventual execution for treason in 1587. However, she also had another claim to fame as the first woman to regularly play golf. She learned the game at an early age and played during her childhood in France. As a member of the French royal family, military cadets would have carried her golf clubs. It is possible that Mary brought this practice back with her to Scotland, where the term evolved into the word "caddy".
Her love of golf also contributed to her downfall. In 1567, her husband, Lord Darnley, was murdered and only months later she married the leading suspect, the Earl of Bothwell. There was much speculation at the time that she was involved in the assassination plot and this was compounded by rumours that she was seen playing golf within days of the murder.
Our production is located in France and Portugal.
We worked hard to develop high quality products: the design, the cut, the stitch, the colours... Attached to authenticity that lays deep in the brand DNA, we indicate the place where our products are manufactured, France or Europe.