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The Luxury T-shirt

There are few things more classic than a white t-shirt. So how do you improve on it? If you're Adam Kimmel, you go luxury. 

Adam Kimmel is a US designer who specialises in wearable high end clothing. Influenced by workwear but not simply reproducing it, he creates the sort of clothes you'd wear to impress a date while simultaneously looking like you don't care that much. And he's friends with David Blaine. A basics connoisseur, this time he's turned his hand to the humble white t-shirt.

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Kimmel added a luxurious twist by putting cashmere to the mix and making it in a highly regarded factory in Italy. The result is a t-shirt softer than a newborn kitten that doesn't look like you've been reading a magazine for style tips. Don't worry, we won't give away your secret. (£90, Très Bien Shop)

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