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Guys looking for that perfect, Pinterest-worthy collar roll on their shirts should be very excited about Ari’s new pop-up.

Kamakura is a Japanese shirtmaker whose reputation stretches to New York’s Madison Avenue. Specializing in a relaxed, Ivy League kind of style, these guys make their shirts out of 100-percent cotton and linen while keeping their prices realistic.

We’re talking B2,950-B3,250 for anything. Let’s hope it sticks around for good.


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