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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

The Croquet Shirt by Duncan Quinn

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London-born, New York-based menswear designer Duncan Quinn has come out with a shirt designed specifically for the ultimate gentleman's sport, croquet. Quinn, whose rakish take on Savile Row-style tailoring has won fans like Sean Combs, Entourage star Adrien Grenier, LeBron James and alt-rockers Green Day, was recently featured in The Classicist's Best of Men's Style special. The croquet shirts are made of beautiful 100% piqué cotton and come in a variety of arresting colors with contrasting details and Quinn's signature fleur-de-lys emblem embroidered on the chest. Priced at $105, they are now available at Quinn's stores in New York, Dallas and Los Angeles, as well as via his website; special versions will also be on offer at his forthcoming Limited Editions pop-up shop in Miami's design district, featuring its own indoor croquet pitch.