Our Classic Shirt in White is an Arnsdorf favourite. Wear it with tailored trousers or a suit for work or dinner. Wear it oversized with shorts or jeans for the weekend. Borrowing its styling from traditional menswear, we've added a dash of drama with extended cuffs and then an Arnsdorf twist with an inverted front pocket.
Jerri wears the Merino Funnel Neck Skivvy in Espresso
One of our classic styles in a delicious new colour way!
Our form fitting Funnel Neck Skivvy is a fantastic streamlined separate for your wardrobe. Crafted from super fine 100% merino wool that is milled right here in Melbourne, our skivvy shape is known for its comfort and style defined by its elegant extended neckline.
We're thrilled to release another Limited Edition colour to you called Espresso which has been custom dyed in a Melbourne House with GOTS approved dye.
We make each piece in our Ethical Clothing Australia certified factory located in Melbourne. Each garment is sewn by one of our incredible machinists that have over 20 years industry experience.
Who Cares Wins by Lily Cole
Many of you will recognise the name and pre-Raphaelite beauty of Lily Cole as a major fashion model of the early 2000's. By the age of 16, Lily had made her first international Vogue cover and was walking the runway for Jean Paul Gaultier, McQueen and Westwood. She was named by French Vogue as one of the top 30 models of the 2000's. Lily moved in to film including Star Wars: The Last Jedi and while she still does the occasional modelling and runway show, her main mission over the last 10 years has been social issues and change.
Lily Cole, photographed by Irving Penn, Vogue, July 2005
In 2013 Lily Cole founded a platform called Impossible, billed as a purpose driven innovation group, building products and designing businesses for the future. Their message is to create sustainable change, going from humans to humanity, to thinking about the planet from a systematic, social and long-term perspective. One of the recent 'Impossible' projects has been with zero waste eyewear company Wires Glasses who use bio plastic from castor beans.
Lily Cole in Wires Glasses
Completing an MA in Art History at Cambridge Lily was awarded an honorary Doctor of Letters by the University of Glasgow in for her contribution to humanitarian and environmental causes through social business.
Her new book Who Cares Wins is to inspire optimism and encourage activism. Lily says "We are the ancestors of our future: a generation that will either be celebrated for its activism or blamed for its apathy. It is for us to choose optimism, to make changes and to create the future we want."
Stay well from all of us at Arnsdorf X