Like other French lines, Blue de Paname has a certain love for the history of denim. Take their Bleu de Paname Ward Shirt which is based on a WWII infirmary garment. “During World War II doctors who were on the field had a lot to do but they needed a solid shirt and practice, easy to wear in a uniform way without being obstruct by. We also recognize the door pocket thermometer on the right side. Made of 7oz Denim.” Looks like a rock solid shirt. Note the stitching around the upper chest and arms. (kapok)
More views of the Bleu de Paname Ward Shirt after the jump.