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 …

Cool Hunting Video: The Sock Hop

With over 100 years of experience, the Nasserbakht family has long outfitted New Yorkers in custom shirts

In the back of The Sock Hop, a small boutique on Elizabeth Street in the SoHo, NYC, the Nasserbakhts are busy sewing custom shirts for an ever-growing number of customers. The Nasserbakht family has been making shirts for over 100 years and the current generation encouraged their father to come out of retirement to make perfectly fitting garments for an increasingly discerning population—and to teach …

Bonobos: Patterned Oxfords

A vibrant take on the classic button-collar shirt with special attention on cut and construction

Advertorial content: A quality shirt is the foundation of good style. For most, the oxford shirt is the go-to for most occasions—the classically styled button-collar staple can be dressed up with a suit or worn casually with jeans and sneakers and makes for a perfect travel companion. The creative design team at Bonobos sought to inject some new life into the old favorite with their …