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Points of quality

The cut. Each shirt is being tailored by hand. The assembly of the sleeves happens, in old tailor tradition, like a jacket, which you can determine by the offset axle seam. This procedure prevents wrinkles in the chest area towards the axles and grants for this extraordinary wearing comfort, that makes the shirt feel like your second skin.

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The collar. The most challenging process of a shirt’s fabrication is certainly the collar attachment. In our shirts it is manually sewn to give the feeling of the collar caressing the skin.

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The buttons. Our shirt buttons are being made from genuine Australian nacre, 3.6 mm of height and therefore especially slip-proof for male hands. They are being attached with the "lily stitch", the so-called "Giglio", which origins in the ancient Naples hand sewing tradition and provides for an absolute durability.

The buttonholes. The 11 buttonholes have to be flexible and of long durability. It is almost sorcery how our couturieres carefully line each and every button hole by hand.

The button stay. It is applied by hand from our "Mani d'oro", our tailors. This looks elegantly and improves the ironing qualities.

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The shoulder yoke. In order to fit exactly, we focus special attention on the shoulder yoke. This is not only a result of a well-founded anatomically cut patterns but also the manual craft of the seams. By that the tension, that appears with mechanically produced shirts is avoided. The manual seam of our shirt fits perfectly and is comfortably smooch.

The Sleeve Attachment. The basting seam conjunction area of mechanically sewed shirts, inevitably, is rigid. The sleeves of our shirts are being attached manually, therefore the seam is extraordinarily soft and comforting.

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The seams. Each seam has 10 to 11 stitches per centimetre. An elaborate and 6 hour-long manufacturing process carried out by our expert tailors' hands.

The Farfalla. The triangular piece that connects a shirt's front and the rear part, is always being manually sewn in to guarantee special durability. Furthermore it is of the same fabric as the shirt, an indicator that it was made specifically for the respective shirt.

The Travetto. The button stay pliant stitches end in a delicate "Travetto". This is a small additional embroidery, which secures the sleeve flap and the button stay from tearing.

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The Ironing. Ironing by hand is the last fondly executed process, before the shirt becomes your favorite.
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