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2010-08-26 - Joseph Saba

I’m a T shirt addict – I wear a T shirt every day of my life, and for me, no other garment competes with the simplicity of a T shirt.

Georgio Armani once stated that “the T shirt is an anti status symbol, putting rich and poor on the same level in a sheath of white cotton that cancels the distinctions of caste.”

The earliest T shirt dates back to 1913, when the US Navy adopted a crew necked, short sleeved, white cotton undershirt to be worn under a jumper. It quickly became ubiquitous in civilian wardrobes and has never lost its popularity.

In the 1980’s it was big and boxy, in the 90’s it was slim and fitted. Worn with jeans, under a suit, with a ballgown, or simply on its own, it’s simplicity is always cool, sexy, versatile and effortless. And most importantly – it’s soft comfort makes it a pleasure to wear.

This season’s T shirt options vary from our ‘Venus’ jersey T’s in viscose spandex – which give a body hugging shape – perfect as an undergarment, for layering, and for a slim shape which is great with a loose fitting pant or skirt. We also offer a superfine 100% crinkle cotton in a looser fitting T, for a more relaxed, urban feel.

Whether it’s the classic white T, or the ‘new classic’ marle grey, whether it’s fitted and body conscious or loose and relaxed, the T shirt has a place in everyone’s wardrobe.

Joe Saba

         Short sleeve crew neck T Joseph Saba


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