Deconstructed, asymmetrical, and oversized. The classic white button-down shirt will never be the same after designers, like Monse, Joseph and Jacquemus, have so cleverly reimagined the crisp wardrobe staple in their 2016 collections. Currently on my radar are Anna Quan‘s cotton twill shirts with silk trimmed exaggerated cuffs, which are not only monogrammable but detachable for a more relaxed feel. Designer Anna Hoang is one of Australia’s up and coming designers, thanks in part to her dramatic take on the classic. She recently crossed over to knitwear and outerwear but right now, all I can think about are shirts and cuffs!
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