Step into the timeless elegance of the 1960s with our linen shirt, inspired by the iconic style of Gianni Agnelli during his summers in Capri. This shirt boasts a unique, vintage cut that is halfway between a polo and a shirt, perfect for a casual day at the sea.
Crafted from high-quality Italian linen, this shirt is both lightweight and durable, providing unparalleled comfort and style. The more you wear it, the softer and more supple the linen becomes, making this shirt a true investment piece for your wardrobe.
With a polo shirt neck "alla francese" and meticulous handcrafting in Napoli, Italy, this shirt is the ultimate expression of Italian craftsmanship and attention to detail. Embrace the timeless elegance of the 1960s and elevate your style with our linen shirt.
Whether you're lounging at the beach or sipping cocktails on a terrace, this shirt is the perfect choice for any occasion. So why wait? Invest in the best and enjoy the unmatched style and comfort of our linen shirt, designed to last a lifetime.
This product is:
Made in Italy
- Material: 100% Italian linen
- Polo shirt neck "alla francese"
- Handmade in Napoli, Italy
FREE DELIVERY on orders over €380.
Crafting Time: 2-5 business days | Express shipping worldwide 1-4 business days.
All custom fees, duties and taxes are included.
FREE RETURN within 14 days of delivery.
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Founded by Anna Laura Hoefer and Oliviero Muzi Falconi in Milano and inspired by the aesthetics of the Mediterranean and the Italian sixties, Ripa Ripa Ripa Ripa stands for spontaneous, understated elegance combined with contemporary design and traditional Italian craftsmanship. The swim shorts and linen selection were redesigned for a more tailored cut and are manufactured in Italy with a keen eye for sartorial detail to embody the essence of l'estate l'italiana.”
We donate 1% of our proceeds to Fashion Revolution, which like us strive to promote transparent and ethical brands. We want to actively contribute to making fashion more ethical and sustainable. Instead of making people feel guilty, we help them recognize that they have the power to make positive change. We love fashion. But we don't want our clothes to exploit people or destroy our planet.