February 17, 2016

Paper to Product: Men's Edition 247


What would the Telegraph collection be without a few Jacks. After all, the name for our signature modern take on the button down shirt was inspired by JFK, the man who put the button down with an un-structured suit look on the map. 
Worn without a tie, the button down collar stands on its own under a jacket - framing your handsome mug nicely and adding a touch of casual sophistication. It also fits a tight four-in-hand nicely.
Our two unique offerings this week are constructed from a summer weight Japanese orange-selvedge cotton. They are constructed in San Francisco with french seams that highlight the selvage on the cuff, yoke and front placket and finished with light horn buttons. 
We’ll also be featuring a small, super limited in-stock surprise. So keep your eyes peeled.