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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Moth Of Sydney: The Winter Range Is Coming Soon

Since we have started our journey into structured collar t-shirts we have seen so many other labels pop up with similar but not quite the same garments. It seems that we weren't the only ones looking for a solution to give a structured collar to jersey pop-overs and now almost every day my underground informant Carlos Oppenheimer sends me links to products which look more and more like our Moths. He loves to have a little poke.

Nevertheless we have continued to refine the product and we have continued to make the product in Australia using the finest jerseys but we have opened up our offering to include some Japanese piques as well as our traditional high quality Italian jersey. 

Lately we have just finished grading and producing our first winter range of long sleeves. Pictured below is a very lovely Italian jersey pique which is a much more suitable weight for winter compared to our summer weight cotton. The customer was very happy with the fit, which is slightly skewed towards heavier men, because, since I am the designer, I need to fit into my own range - otherwise how can I sell you our Moths with confidence?

If you are interested in our long-sleeves please email me on moth at moth of sydney dot com and we will send you through some images of the new styles which feature a mixture of pique and sheer jersey, all yarn dyed, as well as cuffs and ribbing as contrasts on the sleeve ends.

The internal placket on this model has been contrasted with Italian cotton shirting denim. 

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