HST Black Rayon "Aloha" Japanese Fabric Camp Collar Shirt$ 225
- Product Notes
This hawaiian shirt is dedicated to the genius of Hunter Stockton Thompson, founder of “Gonzo Journalism” and considered one of the best American writers of the 20th century. For this shirt Barbanera have used a precious 100% Japanese rayon fabric. The shirt features a sharp camp collar, which will overlap beautifully on jacket lapels, whilst it is short-sleeved and has mother-of-pearl button. The fit is regular/relaxed to give you the appropriate comfort and feeling when you wear it. The shirt combines well with either jeans or shorts, and is certainly a shirt to wear underneath a suit or jacket for a louche but smart look.
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- Materials and Care Notes
Made in Italy
100% JAPANESE RAYON FABRIC
- Delivery & returns
This product will be dispatched in 3-5 working days.
We very much hope that you'll enjoy your purchases. Should you need to return an item, we'll happily collect it from your home or office free of charge.
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Barbanera is the result of two pairs of brothers joining forces to create a thoughtful collection of shoes, hand-crafted in the idyllic Tuscan countryside. Sergio and Sebastiano Guardi, along with Alessandro and Filippo Pagliacci, founded the brand in 2011 with the intention of creating unique shoes with the same techniques used by the oldest and most respected cordwainers. Renowned for its two-tone designs and disregard for traditional styles, Barbanera footwear is for men who are interested in style and culture in equal measures, drawing inspiration from characters in the worlds of jazz, rock ‘n’ roll, blues, painting and writing.
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