Heavy Duty Panelling

The type of item you'd see displayed in a tailors window as an example of his work, the panelled shirt is slowly making its way into everyday wear.

Whether from Japanese bag manufacturer Head Porter, Australian Streetwear label Perks and Mini or Americana-influenced Mark McNairy, this style of shirt has gradually increased in popularity. Admittedly, it's a bit hit-or-miss; too much panelling, and there's the potential to look as if you've cobbled the shirt together yourself.

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Of the three companies mentioned, Head Porter's version - from their Head Porter Plus range - is the most balanced, something we'd happily wear in to work (though, those in the city may want to think twice).

www.headporter.co.jp/en