Made in the U.S.A with 100% Italian cotton oxford fabric. Seams are flat felled for comfort, buttons are mother of pearl and cross stitched. Fit is slim at the hips so that when tucked in the shirt won't untuck easily, colour is matte black. Sizes are in neck measurements with rough s,m,l estimations. Get in touch for more customer service: firstname.lastname@example.org
The story began in Havana, Cuba. Ike Behar's father, Samuel, was a respected tailor who owned a shop called La Conflanza (the Confidence). From a very young age, the store was like a second home for Ike, who spent countless hours just observing his father's work and learning as much as possible about the trade. It was not long before young Ike himself began stitching fabric beside his father. By age 17 he was experimenting with his own designs and creating custom shirts to compliment his father's suits.
At age 20, Ike emigrated to NYC in pursuit of the American Dream. He had a mere $50 to his name and was compelled to take his first job at a small tailor shop on a trial basis. Within a week, the owner recognized Ike's talent and offered him a full-time position. From this point on, Ike devoted his life to the crating of shirt making.
Eventually, Ike Behar saved up enough money to buy the shop in 1957. And he continued to perfect his craft, over the next decade. He even developed his own shirt-making technique, the diamond quilted collar, which eh later patented. Ike Behar's shirts became known throughout the industry for their high-quality, rich feel and elegant look.