It’s time to get shirty

It’s time to get shirty
Richard Gibson of Smyth & Gibson fits a client for a shirt. Picture: Feargal Ward

Derry shirtmaker Smyth & Gibson provides a bespoke shirtmaking service tailored to the client’s needs, writes Fiona Ness.

There are 14 components in the traditional shirt collar. For Derry shirtmaker Smyth & Gibson, that means hand-cutting 14 pattern pieces to each customer’s individual shape. Yes, bespoke shirt-making is complicated work – and the collar is only the beginning.

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