Thomas Mason, synonymous for more than two hundred years with stylistic revolution and pure excellence, have created a limited edition of two fabrics in collaboration with Matt Hranek, founder of the WM Brown Project – the magazine about the contemporary man and his passions: apparel, drink, watches and cars.
Thomas Mason designers took inspiration from WM Brown archery target logo and Matt Hranek favourite drink – the Negroni. The result is a plaid that takes its colours from the target and a stripe that perfectly matches the hue of a well-mixed Negroni.
Only 13 prestigious shirtmakers in the world have received 10 meters of fabrics for each design, suitable to create 10 exclusive shirts.
Here is the complete list: Anto Shirts (Beverly Hills), Michael Andrews (New York), Gaute Bespoke (Taiwan), Collaro (Singapore), Crane Brothers (Auckland), JSMP (Hong Kong), Camiseria Burgos (Madrid), Cad & The Dandy (London), Cove (Düsseldorf), Ettemadis (The Hague), Sartoria Messori (Modena), Francesco Sigalini (Brescia) and Sartoria Giuliva (Rome).
An exclusive collaboration that celebrates Thomas Mason timeless elegance with WM Brown’s contemporary take on shirting and that gave birth to two fabrics that blend absolute quality, craftsmanship and bold style.