Typical: The stand-up collar. New: The lightweight flannel.
Not too warm. Not too cold. Just right for eight months of the year.
Warmer than the usual poplin shirt. Lighter and more elegant than thick, warm wool flannel. The new fabric to be worn all year round is made from finely woven fibres with only the outer side being lightly brushed.
Made from pure cotton – lightweight, skin‑friendly and breathable.
For more than 40 years the only shirt style Irish designer Patric Hollington, from Paris, has made is the shirt with a stand-up collar. He named this collar “Nehru” as a tribute to Jawaharlal Nehru. The first Prime Minister of modern India was considered to be one of the best-dressed politicians of his time and was a true fan of the stand-up collar.
A Hollington must: Two pockets!
As an avowed “pocket fan”, Patric Hollington gave the shirt two practical breast pockets. The half length button placket perfectly matches the stand‑up collar.
Casual, straight cut. Pleats at the back. Length in collar size 16.5ʺ: 75.5cm (29.7ʺ), sleeve length: 65cm (25.6ʺ). 100% cotton. Machine wash.