Ikat is traditionally an Indonesian form of dyeing, where the warp and/or weft yarns are pattern-dyed before weaving. This way, the print is a little bit irregular and slightly askew when the fabric is actually woven.
This latest shirt from Corridor takes Ikat to another, smaller, level. The Black Fine Ikat shirt shrinks up the pattern so it looks like a solid from afar but the true texture of the fabric is revealed at close inspection. It’s tied off with shell buttons and Corridor’s proprietary three-panel fit, so the shirt should stay close to you as well.
Available for $165 at Corridor.