Our oversize white shirt’s geometric straight cut at the bottom is inspired by the structures of Architettura Razionalista or Rationalist Architecture Movement in the 1920s-1930s in Italy. The architectural movement was pioneered by Giuseppe Terragni, who designed a series of buildings in Northern Italy, such as Novocomun and Casa del Fascio in Como.
The shirt is made of 100% cotton and comes with horn buttons.
The fabric is hand-picked from dead-stock in Italy. The making of the shirt, from sourcing the fabric, to designing, cutting and sewing the garment, takes place in an area of only 10 square kilometres in the Veneto region, Italy.
Washing instructions: wash by hand in cold water or dry clean