The shirts will be available in non-iron, traditional cotton oxford as well as the ultralight Zephyr fabric.
Here are a few brands that are making their Milanese runway debut.
The line will be presented in Milan on June 16 and will be in stores starting in November.
Part of the brand’s spring 2019 lineup, the “Urban Mobility” collection celebrates the biking world.
The collection will be exclusively sold online and in-store at Dover Street Market and Kith.
The brand will skip the upcoming Milan Men’s Fashion Week, running June 15-18.
This marks a return to the fashion scene for the Japanese designer, after the Ganryu brand — developed under the Comme des Garçons umbrella — was discontinued last year.
The high-end label is backed by a trio of Spanish businessmen.