“Please Please Me”
The button down shirts, which is nowadays essential to men’s fashion was first created in the end of the 19th century by the Brooks Brothers, often hailed as the legends of traditional fashion. John E. Brooks, who was the grandson of the founder, created the shirt’s design after seeing one of the athletes buttoning his collar at a British polo competition.
Would not one say that it is very like cantate to create such an item with an interesting back story with the highest quality materials? We have decided to use the high quality “GIZA 86” for this item. The warp uses no. 40 strings that have been treated with a gas burner to eliminate excess fluff to the size of a no. 36. Three-folded-yearns are used for the weft crosses. As before, we have adopted long collar points to make the rolls look polished.
The collar lengths are on the lower side of the spectrum, set at 3.8cm. The shoulder yoke in the back is placed at a high position as well.
This is to maintain the traditional design of the shirt, as well as to make the wearer masculine.
- B.D. Collor Shirt
- Cotton100% TAPE/Silk100%
- SAX , WHITE