Imagined by Yves Chareton in the United States in 1979, the Hartford project revisits American wardrobe classics, bringing them a twist of modernity. By mixing European influences with a very west coast casual style, the brand quickly gained cult status on both sides of the Atlantic. The garments are made from the finest European fabrics, such as French linen, cotton fabrics from Albini in Italy, Maruwa in Japan, or Liberty.
Navy, brown and beige flannel Storm shirt. Slightly slim-fit with a chest pocket and a visible placket.