So perfect is its form, the T-shirt has rarely been modified since it graced the backs of servicemen in the early 1900s. Popular with blue collar workers, then James Dean and eventually Brigitte Bardot - it’s a humble hero of the wardrobe that has only gained sartorial importance as the decades rolled on. Named after the letter ‘T’ thanks to its shape when laid flat - tees have become modern staples - completely eclipsing the shirt for some individuals. With a super soft handle and grosgrain trim neck, ours come in three weights of organic cotton (110, 150 and 220 grams per square metre) across three different cuts (classic, boy and oversized) to ensure you find your ideal fit.
The Jenna T-shirt (110 gsm)
A neat fit makes this lightweight organic cotton tee anytime appropriate. However, if you like to keep it casual at night - the fine compact single jersey fabric construction gives it bags of evening potential.
The Drew T-shirt (150 gsm)
Our medium-weight organic cotton tee in a roomier boy fit comes in all our favourite neutral shades. In a slightly denser cotton it can be worn alone or as a layering piece, tucked in or worn out.
The Faye T-shirt (220 gsm)
With 1/2 length sleeves, a dropped shoulder and a hip length hem - this heavy-weight organic cotton tee is opaque and super versatile all year round.