Esquire (Singapore) - - Style -

In­ven­tory presents the Be­spoke Shirt Project, which in­vites cre­atives from dif­fer­ent dis­ci­plines to rein­vent the clas­sic shirt. Take, for ex­am­ple, the in­ter­pre­ta­tion by Th­e­seus Chan, the award-win­ning Cre­ative Di­rec­tor/ Founder of cre­ative agency WORK and WERK Mag­a­zine. He has cho­sen to meld In­ven­tory’s be­spoke tai­lor­ing with his own daily wardrobe sta­ple: T-shirts. The re­sult is noth­ing short of cool. The soft, cot­ton jersey bodice with sleeves is con­structed in In­ven­tory’s time­less style through an ex­posed seam tech­nique that em­bod­ies Chan’s “per­fect im­per­fec­tion” motto. The fin­ish­ing touch is a para­ble about shrewd­ness em­bed­ded art­fully in white. The gar­ment is avail­able on a made-to-mea­sure ba­sis, but lim­ited to only 10 pieces. Our ad­vice: act now.

The ‘ Th­e­seus’ will be launched on Oc­to­ber 31, 2017.

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