Thom Browne 4 Bar Button Down Long Sleeve Shirt in Blue Self: 100% cottonContrast Fabric: 56% silk 44% cotton. Made in Italy. Dry clean only. Front button closures. Button-down collar. Chest patch pocket. Barrel cuffs with button closureLogo patch at frontSatin stripe detail at sleeve. Twin pleats at back yokeShirttail hem. TMBX-MS196. MWL299T-06177. About the designer: Thom Browne began his career designing men's bespoke clothing and expanded his line into a full ready-to-wear collection in 2004. Browne's style, rooted in a truly American sensibility and inspired by icons of the late 1950s and early 1960s, updates classic silhouettes with unexpected proportions. In 2011 he launched a women's ready-to-wear collection, and in 2012 a unisex eyewear collection. Thom was the recipient of the 2012 Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt National Design Award in Fashion Design.
4-bar Stripe Button-down Oxford Shirt In Blue
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4-BAR STRIPE BUTTON-DOWN OXFORD SHIRT
A classic button down style gets a Thom Browne update here. 4-Bar details make this an instantly recognisable piece. Suits you! Featuring a button down collar, a front button fastening, a front logo patch, long sleeves, button cuffs, a 4-bar stripe and a 4-Bar tab.
4-BAR OXFORD SHIRT
- 4-Bar Oxford Shirt- Regular fit- Oxford fabric- Button down collar- Chest pocket- 4-Bar at sleeve- Locker loop at the rear- Front button closure- Button cuffs- Woven logo patch- Curved hem- Color: Light Blue
FOUR-BAR STRIPE OXFORD SHIRT
Thom Browne presents this classic Oxford shirt accented with the label's signature four-bar motif, top-stitched on the left sleeve that sports frayed edges. Equipped with a chest patch pocket and a buttoned-up placket, this shirt can be styled with tailored pants for a formal look.
Born in Pennsylvania in 1965, Thom Browne moved to New York City in 1997, where he worked in the creative department of Club Monaco, a position he kept until launching his own label. Believing that the modern ubiquity of casual dress makes for a gap in the market and lends the wearing of suits a sort of subversive edge, Browne has become known for his re-imagining of classic tailored cuts. He debuted his womenswear collection in 2003 and introduced his first full line of women’s ready-to-wear for spring 2011. Much like his menswear, his womenswear collection takes classic styles of dresses, jackets, and trousers—often in an American palette of red, white and navy—and adds edgy details such as sequined ginghams, textured weaves, and unique prints.