Super Heavyweight Checkered Rugby

Modeled after bygone iterations, NYC-based Rowing Blazers’ collection of Rugby shirts is cut from 100% super-heavyweight cotton. The 12 gauge knit (which describes the number of stitches per square inch) ensures that it’s a bit warmer and longer-lasting, too. This one features a navy and white oversized checkered pattern, with subtle details under the collar and where the buttons meet. It’s a slimmer silhouette—for an oversized fit, the …

Bespoke Shirt

An impeccably made shirt that fits your exact physique can be life-changing. The master shirtmakers at Turnbull & Asser create a bespoke pattern based on more than a dozen upper body measurements, and then customize every minute style detail to your exact specifications.

March + Held Co. Shirts

A study on crafting a truly American garment, made entirely stateside from "soil to sale"

For all the ink that’s been spilled over the Made In America movement, the reality is still a little grim. True American-made goods remain hard to come by, and most still use foreign materials. So what does it take to make an American product? For Philip Mershon of March + Held Co.—whose oxford shirts are now on Kickstarter—that meant following a “soil-to-sale” philosophy, ensuring that …