Aragão x Morris Satin Shirt (Blue Capsule)

98.06

The Aragão x Morris Women’s Satin Shirt is the memory of thousands of Lusitanians in the blue tone of the sea filament. Belonging to an unique and limited edition of 100, this confortable Lapel Shirt is inspired by the typical costume of the Minho region with the brilliance, exuberance and fantasy of Portuguese tiles design.

Description

Inspired by the brilliance, exuberance and fantasy of Portuguese tiles, the Aragão x Morris Satin Shirt is perfect for office work, casual wear, daily life and outgoing, easy to pair with jeans or pants. William Morris’ ornament presents itself as a complement to this artistic trend, but also as an artistic and identity aestheticization of the Portuguese soul and the connection with the overseas and the discoveries.

  • Fabric:97% polyester and3% spandex
  • No stretch,Spread collar,Button placket
  • Fabric Weight:90 g/m²
  • Care Instruction: machine wash cold with similar colors, do not bleach, tumble dry low, do not iron, do not dry clean.

Size Guide

inch XS S M L XL
Length 29.1  29.9  30.7  31.5  32.3 
Bust 46.5  48.0  50.4  52.8  55.1 
Sleeve 20.1  20.5  20.9  21.3  21.7 
Shoulder 20.1  20.5  20.9  21.3  21.7 

 

centimeter XS S M L XL
Length 74.0  76.0  78.0  80.0  82.0 
Bust 118.0  122.0  128.0  134.0  140.0 
Sleeve 51.0  52.0  53.0  54.0  55.0 
Shoulder 51 52 53 54 55

This size guide shows product measurements taken when products are laid flat. Actual product measurements may vary by up to 1″.

 

William Morris was born in 1834, outside London, into a wealthy family. He graduated in theology at the University of Oxford, but did not pursue an ecclesiastical career, opting for art. After experimenting with architecture and painting, he ended up settling on the so-called minor arts. The decorative arts firm Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co., formed in 1861 with the collaboration of a few friends, painters and architects, was a key element in the late 19th century design and decorative arts revolution, whose repercussions were felt in Europe and the USA. In addition to being a designer, Morris sought to disseminate his theory of art through essays and above all through a large number of conferences. He dedicated himself with great commitment to the protection of the natural and built heritage, highlighting, in this context, his role in the foundation of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings. His enthusiasm and dynamism exhausted him prematurely: he died in 1896, aged 62.

Additional information

Weight 0.2 kg

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