Based on the classic Henley collar T-shirt popular in the late 20th century.
Refine the cut and silhouette and redesign the details to fit the body better while retaining the classic elements.
Henry's collar is a half-open design with two to five buttons vertically arranged on the front, The collar is Y-shaped. The T-shirt with this collar is called the Henley Shirt, which looks a bit like a collarless polo.
The origin of Henry collar, its history can be traced back to the 19th century England, initially as underwear. The collarless design makes it cooler and more comfortable than a polo shirt, easier to wear and take off than a T-shirt, and reduces unnecessary friction during exercise. The half button can also provide more ventilation when needed. This kind of comfortable and functional clothing was used as uniforms by rowers and rowers in Henry town on the Thames to compete. Henley's shirt got its name. Until the last century, it began to spread from Britain to the United States, especially in the 1940s, 1970s, and 1990s.