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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Moth Of Sydney - Well If It's Good Enough For New York's Fashion Elite Then We Know We've Got A Product

Just about an hour ago I got alerted to the blog post New York menswear writer and interiors designer, James Andrew, had posted one of our Moth Of Sydney pop-overs on his revered blog What Is James Wearing. James's blog was and is still considered one of the best high-brow blogs for menswear, antiques, travel, good living and interiors in New York. 

James is wearing our Paddington model in an orange light weight summer jersey which is a Filoscozia yarn used by one particular jersey maker we source from in Italy. James is wearing his Moth under a Gucci Tom Ford era white cotton linen jacket with the Moth's structured collar staying upright beneath the weight of his jacket. Very different from your usual collared t-shirts. In fact, this is exactly why we designed our Moths - for the warmer climates where a t-shirt could still look good underneath a sports jacket. James shows us that it is indeed a practical solution. Where a ribbed polo would have splayed underneath the jacket, his Moth is upright and staying the course...

For more information on the Moth he is wearing, click here - to read more of James' post click here

See more of James post here
Structure under a collar - James Andrew on a summer vacation in North Folk, Long Island, USA

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