Whether it’s uncovering techniques from the past or coming up with something fresh, British label Tender always offer up clothing beyond the usual. Here we take a look at a long-length shirt with an uneven dye job courtesy of some iron rust. Aside from the unusual colour source, the cotton itself has some interesting origins, woven in England specifically for printing beds, “The two blue stripes woven into the fabric help align printing screens and the black ‘strap’ buttons are used by Savile Row tailors.” Two large waist pockets, a longer length tail and a pleated back, find this unique shirt over here.
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