Collar Styles /  One Piece (California) Collar

ONE PIECE COLLAR

HOW TO WEAR IT

A timeless classic that has become a sartorial favorite. The collar itself is a single piece that extends through the front torso and doubles as a placket. This reinforcing effect is that the collar stands on its own, without collapsing under it's own weight -- as is common when wearing a blazer sans tie. Hidden buttons are placed behind the collar points to help give the collar it's distinctive 'roll'. No top button and a curved top placket give it a uniquely contemporary casual look. 


Specifications

Point Length - 3"

Point Spread - 4"

Front Band Height - 1.25"

Rear Band Height - 1.5"


Additional Notes:

No Collar Stays

No Interlining

Hidden buttons behind collar points


Background

An mid 20th century classic, this collar was popularized in the 40/50's via men's style icon Gary Cooper. Consequentially, it's sometime referred to as the Cooper Collar. For it to look / function as described, it requires a skilled pattern cutter and seamstress, making it primarily a custom / bespoke item.

Specifications

Point Length - 3"

Point Spread - 4"

Front Band Height - 1.25"

Rear Band Height - 1.5"


Additional Notes:

No Collar Stays

No Interlining

Hidden buttons behind collar points



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