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Simone Abbarchi

Crafted in tradition, made-to-measure and bespoke Italian shirts

When not on tour in London or New York, Simone Abbarchi can be found at his Florentine atelier. Occupying a Roman bathhouse nestled in the cosy side streets, Abbarchi will only produce 4000 shirts each year. Widely considered superior value, expect fine Italian cotton, silks and linen to comprise these made-to-measure and bespoke creations. Consulations begin at around the half-hour mark and, here in Florence, a test shirt can be created in a day.


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