Explore the new collection inspired by the warm and exotic atmosphere of Caribbean countries, available in 4 colours: white, olive green, indigo blue and the new navy blue colour.
Our range of linen shirts has been extended with the new model featuring a Korean collar, available in white and navy blue.
The colour of the product is obtained by a garment dyeing process, a technique that consists of dyeing a piece of clothing which is already tailored.
This process enables particular shades to be created that make the product unique.
As a result of the special processing, any flaws are not to be considered as defects but as qualities of the fabric.
Linen is the oldest textile fibre in the world and one of the most durable.
Its resistance gives the fabrics dimensional stability, high mechanical strength and long life. Linen is also unique due to its ability to absorb moisture, making this fibre particularly suitable for being in direct contact with the skin.
Linen is a hollow fibre, and therefore has a high thermo-regulatory ability that, combined with its moisture absorption, makes it particularly comfortable and fresh, especially in hot seasons.
The Korean collar (also known internationally as the GURU COLLAR) has a long history behind it, from the ancient Ming dynasty in north-eastern China, to India, and then slowly becoming a style icon. The Korean collar is a "non-collar", as it consists of the band, i.e., the part of the neck to which the collar was attached in the first shirts. The shirt with a Korean collar is a perfect piece for the summer season and is very popular due to its comfort. The shirt with a Korean collar is a simple, yet classy and distinctive piece.