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Our Collections

Two folded crisp blue and white dress shirts next to travel items


We took two paths in fighting wrinkles. One path lead to a standard dress shirt. These are shirts made of PALPA, a cotton/poly blend. Knowing that standard non-iron dress shirts can be rough, starched, or downright uncomfortable, we sought to add our natural touch for a comfortable shirt you can feel confident will hold up throughout the day.

Dress shirts not your style? Look no further than our traveler knit shirts: cut close to the body and finished shorter than the standard dress shirt. Perfect for an extra slim fit, avoiding billowing and wrinkles.


A brilliant white shirt made of a silky fabric

Premium Fabric

Our premium fabric spans shirts made of the finest materials available. We have collaborated with the foremost authorities in weaving to produce fine, high thread count shirts. Some of these shirts are so difficult to make due to scarcity of fabric and meticulous detail that even the fastest, most proficient factories can still only produce one shirt a day. Interested in learning more about thread count, ply, and quality? We've got you covered on our Innovation page.


 The rolled collar of a classic blue oxford button down


Our SPORT shirts aren't simply unlined Ivy collars. Sometimes, in broadcloth, we carefully sew a featherweight lining into them. Using only an elite group of craftsmen familiar with the iconic button-down shirts of the 1950's and 60's, we have recreated an authentic button down you simply cannot find elsewhere. We've perfected the look of casual cool once thought to be lost forever, thanks to a narrowed collar tip, elongated collar roll, shortened yoke, and narrow cuffs. No need to try too hard to look authentic, we've already done the work for you.


A striped blue and white broadcloth shirt folded with orange trousers, shoes, and sunglasses

Vintage Ivy

A collaborative effort between Graham Marsh and Kamakura Shirts, our partnership with the Ivy Style authority goes all the way back to the opening of our Madison Avenue store. These shirts have been made to exact specifications of the vintage shirts of yesteryear, lacking the final button seen on most dress shirts now, and available in a range of designs fine tuned to sensibilities thought abandoned. Vintage Ivy shirts are made in a unique, inch-based pattern called the Vintage Fit, different from all of our other shirts. Every year we release new, limited edition pieces with color palettes and designs unique to the Ivy timeline.


Orange and beige solid shirts next to dress pants

Japanese Textiles

While many of our fabrics are already made in Japan, these shirts utilize textiles born from ancient traditions, materials, and methods found no where else on Earth. In a process hearkening back to the age of samurai, gently kneading through omi-zarashi delicately softens breathable cotton into a finely creased texture, creating a hassle-free summer weight fabric that looks better and better as it wrinkles. Washi fabric is a summer weight textile made for the hot weather, carrying with it the profound legacy of traditional Japanese paper. The texture and durability of washi paper bonds with cotton to form a particularly dense fabric that is also light enough to allow the skin to breathe, wicking away sweat and warding off both humidity and stickiness.


A pile of folded colorful linen shirts and a straw hat

Untucked 134

Patterned in our slim fit but with a little bit more room and in a flexibly short length, the 134 series was made for casual wear. Spanning linen, denim, and chambray, these shirts are perfect for wearing when you're aiming to impress, but don't want to bother with something you should only be wearing to work.