The Breton Shirt
Posted on November 07 2018
In 1858, the French Navy in Brittany received a new uniform which included the Breton Shirt. A navy and white long sleeved shirt with 21 stripes, each stripe representing a naval victory over the British. Since its origins the Breton Shirt has become a classic, from Chanel to Picasso this shirt continues to appear in popular culture.
Our favorite summer shoes are without a doubt these classic lace-up espadrilles from Papat. Handmade in France in one of the last traditional Frenc...Read More
French workwear in classic bleu de travail, or workers' blue, is a unisex wardrobe staple the world over. Traditionally made from either moleskin o...Read More
Hand-forged iron scissors, boxwood handle flatware, a neon green pocket knife, and so many more. See a few of our favorites from our ever-expandin...Read More