Theory Project by Lucas Ossendrijver. Straight shirt in stretch Good Cotton with a camp collar, long sleeves, patch chest pocket, button front closures and cuffs, split straight hem, and back shirt hem.
A visionary Dutch designer known for his innovative approach to tailoring, Lucas Ossendrijver has worked with some of the most influential names in luxury fashion. His debut Theory capsule offers up a fluid take on workwear inspired by the dynamic New York City lifestyle. Intended as a modern wardrobe, it’s a smart mix of options with endless styling possibilities.
Theory for Good
We are committed to making a positive impact on the people who wear our clothes, our industry, and our planet, beginning with our Good fabrics. Our Good Cotton is made with extra-long staple, American-grown SUPIMA® cotton, which is recognized as one of the softest and most durable cottons in the world. To ensure this cotton is verifiably traceable, we have partnered with Oritain™, which uses forensic science to validate our SUPIMA® cotton from the farm to the Albini mill in Italy where it is responsibly woven into cloth.
Learn more about our Good Cotton.
- True to size, choose your normal size
- Tailored fit, long sleeves
- Hip length
- Model is 6’2”, chest 38” and wearing a US size M
- 78% cotton
- 18% polyamide
- 4% elastane