Brodsky

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  • A truly summer shirt made of breathable linen and fine cotton. Dazzlingly inconspicuous, in a summer plaid style, made of domestic fabric in the Czech Republic as part of our seasonal collection.

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  • John & Paul is our very own brand named after its two founders. Our journey began in 2014 when we first met. Soon afterwards we discovered that we had a similar problem - with both of us having been quite slim, most ready-to-wear shirts made us look like a parachute. So we rolled up our sleeves and decided to do something about it. We decided to create our very own sizing system that would fit men who are either too slim or too tall for regular off-the-rack shirts. Our similarly built friends had helped us perfect the sizing and after a year of preparations we were ready to go.

    It has been a while since then. We still make high-quality shirts, but we have by no means been idle. As of now we also make perfect T-shirts, polos, briefcases and have our very own line of Italian accessories such ties or pocket squares. And that is just the beginning.

One can only make fun of the things which he is not up to, said the great man of Czech film Vlastimil Brodsky. Fortunately, we are able to make a summer shirt that is comfortable, breathable and beautiful.

Almost half of the cotton and the tightest majority of linen for the best of both worlds - great breathability and acceptable wrinkle.

  • Soft adjustment for extraordinary comfort
  • Classic collar
  • Cuffs for regular buttons
  • 49% cotton, 51% linen
  • Weight 123 g/m2
  • Cloth weave
  • Collection SS 19
  • Made in the Czech Republic



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