Exclusive for Michael Jondral: Japanese cotton denim shirt "Italian Western" - Linea Passion
Limited Edition x Michael Jondral
This shirt from the shirt manufacturer Borriello - Napoli, is a very special homage to the great Italian director Sergio Leone, who founded the Italo-Western in the 1960s and paved the way for world star Clint Eastwood with films like "For a Fistful of Dollars" and "For a Few Dollars More" and later culminated in "Play Me the Song of Death".
Especially the great Clint Eastwood became a fan of this shirt style and founded it with his look to a great building block of the sporty outfit. Topped off with a pair of Rota chinos, a leather blouson from Rifugio and a neck square from Anderson Sheppard, it becomes an unbeatable head-turner. Mr. Eastwood would have his true joy and Sergio Leone was probably signed you directly for the next film.
The soft washed Japanese cotton denim from Kuroki , in combination with the super soft collar "Clint" and the typical snap buttons with mother-of-pearl inlet, makes this shirt a special specialty from the shirt manufactory Borriello and an important icon of your wardrobe.
- Exclusive model for Michael Jondral "Italian Western".
- Material: 100% Cotton - Kuroki Japan Denim
- Medium Bleach Washed
- Color: Denim Blue
- Collar "Clint
- Sport cuff with 2 buttons
- 2 breast pockets with flap and 2 buttons
- Chest saddle
- Press studs with mother of pearl inlet
- Contrast stitching "Goden Sewn
Handmade in Naples!
Since 1977, the Borriello family has been producing shirts in traditional Neapolitan style. Hand-crafted collar and shoulder, as well as Australian mother-of-pearl buttons and buttonholes embroidered with silk yarn are just some parts of 8 points that are crafted by hand.