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State of Art, a statement of style

Since 1936, the knitting studio of the Westerman family had focused on baby clothes. In the mid-1980s, the family business was named Albert Westerman Group, and the main activity of the organisation changed. More competition, other fabrics like terry cloth and a decreasing birth rate made a change of tack necessary. Albert Westerman managed to tap a new market with the production of pullovers, among other things. As from 1987, these models were introduced under three brands: State of Art, Collumn and Tender(grass). When the company gradually started to move from producing less to distributing more, the decision was made to continue with the strongest brand: State of Art. It is no coincidence that this is also the brand in which Albert Westerman’s classic- cars passion is reflected most clearly.

Every year, State of Art develops eight collections of clothing for people with an active lifestyle. The passion for stylish, modern classic clothing combined with classic motor sports has had a strong appeal for many years, and the love for classics is embedded in the genes of the brand. With sporty, contemporary and comfortable fashion, State of Art will remain ‘a statement of style’ for many years to come.

State of Art

  • Show rooms in Antwerpen, Helsinki, Kopenhagen, Lichtenvoorde, Oslo and Stockholm
  • 32 brand stores
  • Many shop-in-shop locations
  • More than 1,000 official dealers
  • Official webshop

A statement of style