Armor lux Ladies‘ Shirt With Three Quarter Sleeve
Article Number 14780
Armor lux. Maritime Style from Brittany.
"Armor" is the Breton word for sea, and "lux" can only mean the light on the coast. A maritime style, in any case, is what characterises many of the garments produced by Armor lux, a company set up by a Swiss man in the Breton town of Quimper at the end of the 1930s – sweaters, shirts, dresses, trousers, hats, caps and scarves. In the 1960s, Armor lux established its own dyeing workshop so that all manufacturing processes were gathered under one roof, from fabric production to quality controls. The first major collections were introduced onto the market in 1970. Today, the company's repertoire also includes uniforms. The French police and their colleagues from the postal service are fitted out by Armor lux, as are the employees of Paris's airports and the state railway organisation SNCF. The garments in our collection are made by Armor lux exclusively from certified organically grown cotton.
A Breton with three quarter length sleeves.
It looks like a classical sailor’s shirt from Armor lux, but with different details, with sleeves running to the crook in the arm. The neck line is plain. It’s made in France from a middle weight cotton-interlock in controlled biological cultivation quality.
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