FrontRunners: Fit for a Pharaoh

  • Photo by Chelsea Curtis
    Ascot Chang Cullinan collection Photo by Chelsea Curtis

    Made from a rare type of cotton sourced from a small farm just east of the Nile Delta in Egypt, the 300-thread-count fabric used for the Ascot Chang Cullinan collection (www.ascotchang.com) might be the finest in men’s shirting. The company offers the material for bespoke orders only and sells it in a range of colors and patterns. The starting price for a Cullinan shirt is about $1,500.

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