Linen Buster Tunic


The Buster tunic in linen blanc / bleu flammé is part of the solidarity program DEMAIN. Every 21st of the month, a new design will be proposed, the full benefits will be donated a solidarity program for children in order to support access to education, culture and equal opportunities. 

This tunic will give any outfit a casual feel. It has been crafted from linen, which makes it feel pleasant to wear and gives it a unique texture. The cut is fitted.

All our collections are designed and produced to the most exacting standards. We select the very best knowledge and savoir-faire so we can offer products designed to last. The majority of our products are made less than 3,000 km from Paris, and always in close-knit, people-friendly family workshops, which we visit on a regular basis. When we do go beyond this distance, it's in order to seek out knowledge and savoir-faire that cannot be found anywhere else, such as the weaving of Japanese cottons on machines that are unique in the world, the softness of Pima cotton from the Peruvian mountains, and the hard-wearing qualities of traditional indigenous leathers. 

This shirt is manufactured in Portugal, at a workshop located near Porto.

Paul is 1.87 m / 6 ft 2 tall and is wearing a size M. Choose your usual size. If you are between sizes, choose the larger one.

• Linen shirt 
• Mao collar
• Mother of pearl buttons
• Length: 73.5 cm / 28 in (for an M)
• 100% linen
• Made in Portugal
• Machine washable at 30°C. Do not tumble dry.

Ecru navy stripes

  • Ecru navy stripes

  • Fine Blue / White stripes

  • White / Flamed Blue

The material

The linen: the summer fabric

The properties of linen are multiple: it allows to keep the freshness effectively and its resistant fibers make the material very solid.


neat finishes

Buttons in mother of pearl or wood, swallows reinforcement to strengthen the bottom of the shirt and stitching 7 points per centimeter, our Portuguese workshop has accomplished all its savoir-faire to offer you an exceptional product.

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