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I have chosen to make my shirts with fabric in 100% cotton from Thomas Mason for the fine of its fabric, of an exceptional quality.
But not that.
Levels prints offer a touch of eccentricity that I really like. For the record, many great men have enjoyed the cotton Thomas Mason, especially in their shirts.
There are Winston Churchill, the Duke of Windsor or Oscar Wilde. Winston Churchill liked the lightness of the fabric. He liked to dress more with delicate shirts and adjusted to his silhouette. He has very often been elected as the most elegantly dressed politician.
This is not an insignificant thing!
Because at the time, Thomas Mason's cotton fabric cotton was used by the most famous English blouses, such as Turnbull & Asser (appointed blouse from the British royal family, since 1930). Even today, Prince Charles, among others, still swears by this cotton. From Egypt, the fabric is worked in double twisted.
Thomas Mason's Journey collection offers innovative tissues made from the best cotton from Egypt. The special treatment that keeps the cotton fibres well parallel to each other results in a smooth appearance, net and a particular lightness.
The treatment applied to these fabrics allows to limit folds after washing, to facilitate ironing, and to prevent the shirt from creasing. The selected cotton fibres are extra-long fibres, to be spun and then woven in Italy.
Thomas Mason fabrics have received the AATTC award (American Association Textile Chemical Colorist) with 3 stars out of 5.
Thomas Mason manages to reconcile shirt without ironing and shirt comfortable, by proposing a new type of treatment, on natural fibers .
Inherited from the 1920s and films like "Gatsby the Magnificent", the pine-collar collar is rare and particularly distinguished. It is ideal for bringing body to your outfits.
Tip length: 6.7 cm (soft neck, without whale)
Rear collar foot height: 3.8 cm
Front collar foot height: 3.3 cm
The simple wrist is le easier to wear and therefore the most present in our collection. we have paid particular attention to the circonference of the wrist so that you do not have a wrist too wide but keep the comfort.
Simple wrist with bevelled edges
Height: 7 cm
In making this shirt, I twisted two cotton threads together to form only one. As a result, this cotton which is double twisted is particularly resistant.
Popeline is a light and thin material, ideal for daily wear, especially for a professional use. It is a very tightened and silky.
The poplin shirt can go with all your costumes.
The first button of the throat is sewn to 6.5 cm from the second button, allowing the neck to fall perfectly.
The last buttonhas been sewn horizontally to avoid the formation of a small fold above the belt.
Sewn in Zampa di Gallina (sewing goose feet), the buttons are mounted on a "foot" making the buttoning of the shirt easier.
The cut is adjusted but it will not stick to your body.
I made it so you can wear it inside the pants.
It is also long enough so that it does not come out of it when you are moving.
I also embroidered reinforcing swallows, in the shape of a pentagon, which remind us of the signatures of the shirts of yesteryear.
Smooth appearance, a white poplin shirt can be combined with a navy blue combed wool suit and a green silk tie bottle for a business setting. In a relaxed hold, a poplin shirt may look precious.
The silk grenadine is designed on old weaving looms dating from the beginning of the 17th century, entirely mechanical and which produces about 20 meters per day.
Light and crisp to the touch, the silk grenadine neckties represent the bridge between woven silk and the knit neckties. It thus offers numerous assortment possibilities.
Silk grenadine is our best seller. It is the most versatile le fabric, it will easily match all your outfits. I like to decorate it with all the colours. Silk grenadine allows a myriad of combinations...
With this white poplin shirt, I advise you, for a business shirt, the grey silk grenadine tie Grappa.