First Look: Farah’s herringbone pop-over shirt

Made from soft cotton Oxford with a four-button-down collar

Farah’s spring/summer 2017 collection draws from the lines and shape of the Balfron Tower, a brutalist landmark in east London.

The striped layout on the brand’s new Blythe shirt abstractly follows the building’s geometric characteristics. Other details include a four-button-down collar with a pointed placket – so its design meets somewhere between a short-sleeved shirt and henley.

It is made from 100% soft cotton Oxford with contrast herringbone stitching, echoing the brand’s history in American workwear, which began in 1920.