The Van Laack brand, which has specialized in sewing reference shirts for nearly a century and a half (although other important members of the wardrobe, from suits to dresses, from ties to cardigans, have long gone hand in hand with them), has enough achievements in this area: the company is not only offers Su Misura services and renews collections every year, but also willingly participates in the development of suitable fabrics - those that wrinkle little, are easy to iron and allow you to survive the heat with minimal loss. In the same row of great accomplishments - the Meisterwerk line, called a "masterpiece" for a reason. The sleeves - down to the buttonholes - of the shirts belonging to it are processed by hand; the detail is completely sewn into the "body" of the shirt, which, together with natural fiber, ensures maximum comfort. So it's a pleasure to wear such a shirt to the office. But the scope of her "activity" is not limited to this: the snow-white shirt can be used outside the working walls.
The image of such an indie rocker (some of the representatives of this profession would certainly add a narrow black tie) works without fail, even if you are as far from music as Alex Turner is from the Dow Jones Index.
1 | Van Laack shirt; 2 | Saint Laurent leather jacket; 3 | Burberry jeans; 4 | Cheany Boots
Athletic style continues to be honored, and chinos, bomber jackets and trainers are a great way to tone down a white shirt.
1 | Van Laack shirt; 2 | Bomber Junya Watanabe; 3 | Officine Generale Trousers; 4 | Sneakers Y-3
So, perhaps, a character from the cinematic universe of Wes Anderson could dress (especially since the director himself breathes unevenly for corduroy trousers). And this, you see, is already an application for success in itself.
1 | Van Laack shirt; 2 | RRL cardigan; 3 | Prada Pants; 4 | Grenson Boots