Tin Robots Hawaiian Shirt in Black
- Brand Info
- Commemorating the brand's 30th anniversary, the Tin Robots Hawaiian shirt pulls inspiration from founder Masahiro Shimura's obsession with vintage Americana. Modeled after Shimura's personal collection of 1950s post-WWII toy robots, this shirt serves as an homage to 50's pop culture. Crafted from a sleek printed rayon fabric the shirt features a single chest pocket, iridescent mother of pearl buttons, and is cut in a regular fit.
- Regular fit
- 30th-anniversary collection
- Sleek printed rayon fabric
- Single chest pockets at front
- Mother of pearl buttons
- Open camp collar
- 100% rayon
- Made in Japan
Size Chest Shoulder Sleeve Length Medium 42.5" 17.5" 8.5" 27" Large 44.5" 18" 8.5" 28" X-Large 46.5" 18.5" 8.75" 29" XX-Large 47.5" 19.5" 9" 29.25"
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- With roots in near-identical reproductions of timeless American styles, founder Masahiro Shimura established Pherrow's in the early '90s as a pioneer in the "Ametora" (American- Traditional) scene often found on the streets of Harajuku. Since it's 1991 conception, Pherrow's has transformed, keeping their soul in classic Japanese-Americana, however, not limiting themselves to the conformity of carbon-copy reproduction. Creating garments beyond vintage with the desire to "make what they want", Pherrow's lends a whimsical take on classic styles.