Woven Dot Sportshirt

Kai-Aakmann
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Woven Dot Sportshirt

$125
$25 Gilt
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Description
Designer

Woven cotton sportshirt

  • Spread collar
  • Chest pocket
  • Single-button barrel cuffs
  • Button front closure
  • Rounded shirttail

Size and Fit

  • Garment measurements taken from a size M: Chest: 40", Backlength: 28½"
  • Model is wearing a size M
  • Model measurements: Height 6'2, Waist: 32", Chest: 40", Inseam: 32", Sleeve length: 33½", Neck: 15½"

Care:Machine wash

Material: 100% cotton

Brand: Kai-Aakmann

Origin: Imported

Kai-aakmann, the fashion-forward clothing label by Korean designer Soonjin Park, features a clean, minimalist aesthetic that sets sharp, assertive lines against more experimental silhouettes. The result: a synthesis of precise tailoring, muted colors, and slouchy pieces, with hints of vintage style for good measure. For men, military-inspired coats like the Funnel Neck Field Jacket and Zipper Coat feature trim-cut, modern profiles, while button-down chambray sport shirts, tees, cardigans and chinos hew to straightforward shapes. For women, structured dresses in polyester floral print, satin, draping jersey knit, and other luxe fabrics celebrate femininity with a slightly androgynous twist. Comfortable and contemporary — that's Kai-aakmann.