MATiAS pieces fall somewhere between avant-garde and vintage workwear, into the realm of "post-heritage" - where the techniques and materials of the past intersect with new ideas and original styles. Designed and manufactured in-house at their LA workshop, MATiAS produce some of the best fits we've experienced, with subtle and sometimes unusual tailoring details, employed deliberately to perfect drape, enhance comfort, & compliment their remarkable fabric choices.
The Hana Shirt is the MATiAS interpretation of the classic vintage Aloha shirt, with all the classic details intact as well as a few new twists we see far less frequently. The fit is exaggerated, with an oversized body and elongated sleeves that can be tailored down to the perfect length with ease (whatever "the perfect length" means to you). It's got the classic camp collar with a loop and hidden button that let you wear it fully closed should you so desire.
It's cut with a five button placket (not counting the hidden top button) and a single chest pocket, and sits handsomely open or closed, allowing the shirt to function as "outerwear" on the hottest days. The whole thing is sewn up with single needle construction - a clean and elevated way to finish an already exceptional shirt.
Made from an almost 50/50 blend of linen and cotton, the Tamashi fabric has a crisp, cool hand and pleasant structure that will soften over time, relaxing into the shape of the wearer's body. Linen/cotton blends tend to feature more of the strengths of each fibre and fewer of the weaknesses, and this is no exception - it's airy and fast-drying like linen, with a subtle drape throughout, as well as the comfort and durability of cotton.
Fits true to size. Preshrunk, but we still suggest washing cold and hanging to dry.
- 54% linen / 46% cotton
- 6oz yarn dyed stripe fabric from Italy
- Single needle construction
- Aloha collar
- Single chest pocket
- Oversized relaxed fit
- Awabe buttons
- Extended tailorable sleeves
- Rounded hem
- Pre-shrunk fabric
- Wash cold and hang dry
- Designed and produced in Los Angeles, California