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Fashion June, 13 2014

Brutus Release a Subtle Celebration of the World Cup with “White Project” Shirt

With all the lurid flag colors hitting familiar products during the World Cup, it’s nice to see a brand take the understated route. Brutus, the classic British button down shirt, a favourite among mods, skins and suedeheads back in the day, has released a quietly patriotic shirt under their “White Project label.” Limited to a run of 500, a clean white “Trimfit” with their trademark rolled collar, the front features England’s red and white on a breast pocket logo and the same colors on back loop marked “est 1966″ – remembering the nation’s one and only World Cup glory moment. Find one here.

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