If you could grab a coffee with any of menswear’s current luminaries, who would you choose? Personally, I would choose Amos Culbertson, the man behind the one-man brand, Grease Point Workwear. And it’s not just because he can really work a mustache, he’s also built one of the most interesting current brands from the ground up.
Perhaps best known for his line of double-kneed workpants, Culbertson also has a killer selection of shirting. The Indigo Linen Chambray Shirt is the newest shirt offering and it’s loaded with details. Made from a 5oz. selvedge chambray from Japan and featuring deadstock 1950s buttons, this shirt is a looker. It’s got a short spread collar, double stitched pockets for next-level durability, and pleated shoulders for extra mobility.
Available for $180 at Grease Point Workwear.