WORLD 4345 Manhattan Shirt White
On the face, this is a prim and proper white lapelled shirt, with a 3/4 sleeve - but if you have ever heard the expression business in the front and party at the back, this is the personification! A bias cut flare back drapes over and open back that ties together with a black satin ribbon. Perfect for summer by allowing a gentle breeze without showing to much skin. Style with almost any trouser like the Beegee Pant or Saturday Night Jean and tuck or not to decide on the formality of your look.
This collection WORLD has been inspired by the nostalgic idea of getting all dressed up to take yourself out!!! Playing with the iconic film 'Saturday Night Fever', based on the famed article 'Tribal Rites of the new Saturday Night' by British music writer Nik Cohn. Published by the New Yorker in 1976, Cohn celebrated a new dance scene, but more importantly a weekend frivolity and fraternity that grew out of working class neighbourhoods, like Bay Ridge in Brooklyn. Allow this collection to give you the spirit and excitement to get all dressed up like you were stepping out into club 2001 Odyssey to the beat of Staying Alive...
This garment has been designed and made in Auckland, New Zealand using fabrications and notions sourced internationally.