Finamore Fall/Winter 2013

Finamore makes some of the best shirts on the market and they are priced quite reasonably; compared to the amount of handwork that goes into one of their shirts.  Many of the mainline shirts feature a spread collar and are produced in very traditional fabrics.  One of the most unusual things I saw, was the unstructured collar on the blue poplin dress shirt.  I do not know of any American shirt makers who do such a thing.

Finamore is primarily known for their dress shirts but they also have a “vintage” line and this line is starting to gain tremendous popularity. At Finamore Vintage, they experiment with different fabrics and washes and the shirts are usually more casual.  Expect to find more patterns such as plaids and prints.  Following in the footsteps of the vintage line, Finamore has begun to offer unstructured jackets and pants. These pieces are also very casual and are available in a handful of tweeds and light wool flannels.

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Photography Adrian Bautista

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  • Jeffrey Hilliard

    The collar on the blue poplin shirt is sometimes referred to as a Capri or Camp collar, defined by it’s lack of a collar band and sometimes lack of a top button.  They are incredible because you can get some pretty sweet collar rolls when left open.

  • Ewsiepmann

    Mercer collars are comparable

  • davis

     A few years ago I bought several shirts from Fineamore at Willmans in Paris without having any aforehand knowledge of them.  They simply looked good.  I can say now that I am a fan, and wear them probably more often than any others that I own, including Charvet.