Culturata Introduces First Certified-Organic Cotton Designer Dress Shirts to North America
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Italian luxury shirt-maker Culturata has added 100 percent organic dress shirts into its fold, and they're expected to make landfall on U.S. and Canadian shores this month. (Check the company's blog for local stockists.)
Touted as the first 100 percent certified-organic cotton designer dress shirts in North America—although Culturata might have to duke it out with Boll Organic for that honor—each shirt is cut, pressed, and sewn by hand in Italy using Italian-made textiles. Achieving Global Organic Textile Standard certification was a drawn-out process that took two years of research and development. Culturata's organic collection, which will retail from $145 to $185, promises a flattering, slim fit, along with ultralight fabrics in cool blues, mint green, and lilac.
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