On the Road and Wrinkle-Free

  • Jill Newman

British shirt maker Thomas Pink unveiled a collection of specially treated cotton business shirts that are crease-resistant yet retain the brand’s signature soft, supple touch. Dubbed the Traveller, these shirts are the answer to every business traveler’s wrinkle worries. Calling it the wardrobe equivalent of an iPhone, Pink CEO Jonathan Heilbron says, “The Traveller is our new interpretation of ‘smart’ work wear.”

The shirts ($99) are made from premium two-fold cotton in a range of colors and patterns and are offered in both the classic and slim fit styles. (212.838.1928, www.thomaspink.com)

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