Farah has seen it all, from humble beginnings making chambray work shirts in 1920s Texas to producing army fatigues during World War II to achieving It status among London punks in the 1970s. That British-mod vibe is alive and well in Farah’s current designs. The line's signature pants, trim polos, and refined shirts have slim fits and clean lines. It's clothing for smartly dressed men—whether they’re headed to a scooter rally, or another day at the office.
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