Hand-sewn, mismatched mother-of-pearl buttons
Silk-screened collar facing in linen (to hide the grime)
100% long staple Egyptian cotton, woven in Japan
Cut and sewn locally
14 stitches per inch
Originally made with a silk warp and a heavier wool filling, poplin can be woven out of a variety of fibers, but, is nowadays more closely associated with cotton. This 18th century weave is today the go-to choice for high-quality shirt making. Its lightweight and durability makes it a Classic par excellence and a favorite of businessman and stylish gents.