The history of linen

Linen is a textile made from the fibers from the flax plant.Due to the properties of the linen, the strength of the fabric and the fact that it dries faster than cotton, it makes it ideal to wear in hot and humid weather and is therefore widely used in traditional...

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The history of the polo shirt

The polo shirt as we know it today was first introduced in 1933 when "Le Crocodile", Jean René Lacoste entered the centercourt with an improved tennis uniform.

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Twill for formal shirting? Yes.

We choose twill for slightly more formal look together with sharp tailoring in fine wool and a tie. Read why, here.

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Pinpoint or Pinpoint Oxford

Pinpoint or as we prefer it, pinpoint oxford, got the same weave as an oxford cloth, although it uses a finer yarn and tighter weave.

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What is Cordovan?

Cordovan or Shell Cordovan is a type of leather frequently used in high-end shoemaking, like the Alden Col.8 shoes we keep at Gabucci, but what makes this exquisite leather so unique?

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