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  • This slubby linen spread collar is an exciting choice for summer and will look fantastic paired up with khaki, olive and navy. Details include a handsewn front placket and collar; and semi handsewn armholes. Even more importantly, each component is individually hand cut and hand ironed only to be re-ironed once assembled. While painstaking, this hand labor results in a shirt that is more consistent and durable. 

    • 100% Italian Linen
    • Slim Fit (please note neck size is listed in cm & inches)
    • Spread collar 
    • Mother-of-Pearl buttons
    • Handsewn collar & placket
    • Semi handsewn armholes
    • Accepts collar stays 
    • Straight back yoke
    • Darted back
    • Rounded bottom hem 
      • Run by couple Ashkat and Varvara Jain, 100 Hands has quickly emerged as a maker of "perhaps the finest shirts in the world" according to Simon Crompton of Permanent Style. While the company is headquartered in the Netherlands all their shirts are produced outside Amritsar, India under the watchful eye of Ashkat's brother.  With six generations of involvement in textiles and shirt making the Jain family is no stranger to what it takes to make a truly special garment. Approximately 100 hands are involved in the production of each shirt and their Black Line boasts individually hand cut fabric, hand ironing after each stage of production, handsewn collars and plackets; and semi handsewn armholes.