Even in tropical temperatures, this shirt will still feel comfortable on your skin. The compact weave made from ultra-fine yarn is much lighter and more elegant than conventional linen shirts which are mostly rough and rugged.
The high thread count makes the climate-fresh fabric more valuable than many suit cloths.
A masterpiece from the Italian weaving mill Leggiuno, specialists for exquisite shirt fabric since 1908: The fineness and tensile strength of each individual yarn increases the overall stability of the shirt.
Softer, airier, keeps its colour – and yet it’s still a rarity.
Unlike conventionally printed shirts (which often feel rather stiff), the checks are yarn-dyed and intricately woven. So your new shirt is softer, airier and won’t fade.
Nothing like loud, garish check designs.
The subtle olive hues, the earthy brown and the fresh sky-blue are perfect with chinos and jeans in today’s trendy summer colours of white, beige, dark green and dark brown. The tasteful design reflects the natural flora of southern France. The legendary couturier Louis Féraud was always inspired by the splendid colours of his homeland in the Provence. Not merely as a fashion designer, but also as a landscape painter.
With Kent collar, adjustable sleeve cuffs and buttoned sleeve slits. Length in size 16": 79cm (31"). 100% linen. Machine wash at 40°C.