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Paul Smith Shirts - Indigo-Dyed Japanese Flower Print Shirt

Was £179.00

Now £90.00


Men's classic-fit dark navy cotton shirt with an all-over 'Japanese Flower' print.

Dyed with natural indigo, this shirt features a soft pointed collar, cream corozo buttons and a contrasting Red Ear embossed raw-copper top button. Finished with a zig-zag stitched placket, curved hem and contrasting gusset trims.

Worn with tapered-fit indigo jeans and black 'Baer' brogues.

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red ear inspiration

For autumn/winter 14 the Paul Smith Red Ear Collection draws inspiration from Russian chemist and photographer Sergey Mikhaylovic Prokudin-Gorsky, and Max Alpert’s images of the Norwegian communist lumberjacks, pictured in 'USSR im Bau no 6' - a monthly illustrated propaganda magazine.

The clash of vibrant colour in Prokudin-Gorsky’s photography, with the dark and melancholic feeling of Alpert’s propaganda imagery, provides inspiration for a rich colour palette of deep reds and blues set against subdued tones of charcoal grey and black.

Intricate handmade embroideries and motifs draw inspiration from images of Tsar’s Russia, whilst the protective garments worn by the workers in Alpert’s photographs inspire a clean and classic workwear aesthetic visible in shirting and warm knitwear, alongside heavy wool blanket bomber jackets and vertical quilted parkas.

size & fit

  • Classic-fit is relaxed through the shoulders, chest and waist
  • Size down if you wish to achieve a slimmer fit

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  • Model measures: chest 36.5"/ 93cm, height 6'1"/ 185cm
  • Model wears a size S

info & care

Woven 100% Cotton

Machine washable

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Product code: JLRJ-635N-572-N

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