Officer collar – Shirt cut – Lined round bibClassic wrist with bumblebee finishes

The CORTEGE shirt is an encounter between heritage and contemporary. It revisits the breastplate as on the old shirts. A bib lined with an enforme caught in the armhole. A cuff inspired by the bib pulls, and finished with two bumblebees, which decorates the sleeve.

Quentin is 1.86m tall and wears a size L.
SKU: ch-19-6-2 Category:

The collar officer

The officer’s collar (or Mao collar) is a straight collar, without a collar flap. On period shirts, it was also used as a base to attach starched and/or removable collars by means of a buttonhole in the back of the collar. A small flat button was inserted and clipped on. We developed two officer collars, one classic and one small.



The classic wrist with bumblebee finishes

The classic cuff with drone stitch finish is a reinterpretation of ancient details, in those days, seamstresses used to solidify the seams with a hand-made back-and-forth stitch: this is a holding stitch, sometimes called a bumblebee stitch. We have incorporated them into our wrist and leg details in a variety of ways.

Faceplates Bourrienne Paris X

We have developed several types of breastplate, again and again inspired by the heritage of French blouse making. Rounded, elongated, square, hand pleated, or lined with a reinforcement, so many variations that give our shirts an elegant and original look. We wish to desacralize and reinvent the ceremonial imaginary of the bib and make it a chic detail but easy to wear every day, or even on a shirt out of jeans.

Nos détails signatures

– 100 % coton
– Coupe liquette
– Petit col officier
– Gorge de boutonnage visible et boutons en nacre mate Australienne
– Poignets simples arrondis avec finition points bourdons
– 6 points/centimètre
– Nom du modèle brodé dans l'intérieur du poignet et hirondelle de renfort brodée du chiffre romain de la chemise