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Uniform Experiment, the collaboration between Sophnet and Hiroshi Fujiwara’s Fragment Design, has been consistently successful in taking men’s staples and making them a bit more special and different.  Their latest release the Winter White pack sees them tackle the most enduring item from everyone’s wardrobe, the white shirt.

By adding a series of white studs to the humble blank canvas of the  button down, they bring a luxury, yet punk rock aesthetic and create three really quite different designs.  The first features studs running half way down the placket to give a formal dress shirt effect, whilst the second recreates the patterns of the typical western shirt.  However, my personal favourite is the most minimal version which only features studs around the cuff and would look amazing poking out the sleeve of a blazer.

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The Soph blog features a look at a black version too.

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