24 Hours of Le Mans partners with The Outlierman

Driving accessories brand will collaborate with the endurance historic race until 2025.

24 Hours of Le Mans partners with The Outlierman

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The 24 Hours of Le Mans has announced a partnership with The Outlierman, manufacture of handcrafted luxury driving accessories, until 2025.

Chosen for their exquisite luxury handcrafted driving accessories and the stylistic know-how that has been built over time, The Outlierman will design and produce multiple limited-edition capsule licensed collections inspired by the most emblematic moments and symbols of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, including luxury driving gloves, ties, pocket squares, silk andc ashmere scarves, leather helmet bags, wallets, as well as swimming shorts.

The 24 Hours of Le Mans is the world’s oldest active endurance race event and has been running since 1923. Held annually on the Circuit de la Sarthe, this year’s event will take place between 11th and 12th June.

“We at The Outlierman are incredibly proud to be partnering with the historic and renowned 24 Hours of Le Mans,” said Andrea Mazzuca, founder of The Outlierman. “This new collaboration fills us with immense pride and marks a huge milestone for the brand.

“Each design we create will be a chapter of a great story to remember, to collect, and will reflect the moments that make the 24 Hours of Le Mans the most unique race in the world and in history. We also can’t wait to be part of the 24 Hours of Le Mans centenary celebrations next year and have big plans in place for the occasion.”

Translating the competitiveness, great feats, and cutting-edge technologies of the 24 Hours of Le Mans into silk designs and leather accessories will be, as always, down to The Outlierman’s talented Bologna-based designers. They have an incredible ability to synthesize epic tales and archival photos into evocative designs that speak of passion for driving.

Meanwhile, the crafting of each piece will have the expert touch of The Outlierman’s master craftspeople, in their workshops between Naples and Como.