Margaret Howell Plus Sam Hecht Shirt
by Harry / March 20, 2011
Via @Core77, a dress shirt with the functionality of a cycling jersey. Fashion designer Margaret Howell asked Industrial Facility's Sam Hecht to collaborate and produce this unique shirt. "The pale blue cotton button-down is simple in the front, while the back tail is turned up to form dual back pockets to hold wallet, maps, or cell phone while traveling."


"The result is a pale blue cotton shirt, pre-washed, with minimal front detailing. The back detail is inspired by turning up the tail of a classic shirt to create a divided pocket."

"An extra pocket on the left sleeve can hold a travel card. This is a shirt for both cycling and wearing in the work place."


Margaret Howell has also collaborated with industrial designer Kenneth Grange for a shirt;


"collarless, with generous fit and minimal styling, a button fly front and a unique pocket designed specifically for pens".

Grange was a founding partner of Pentagram, the international design agency, and his name is synonymous with iconic British design: the 1997 TX1 London taxi, Kenwood food mixer, Parker pens and the re-issue of the Anglepoise lamp.

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