The Man’s Signature Staple–In recognition of The Definitive White Shirt, actor Freddie Fox celebrates the masculine staple in a design by Jermyn Street, shot by the shops of the shirtmakers in St. James, London. The white shirt rose to fame with popular media such as James Bond, The Great Gatsby, and recently, Downton Abbey. St. James of London boasts some of the finest white shirts, with labels such as Turnbull & Asser, Harvie & Hudson, and New & Lingwood that regularly sell in the area.
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