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Self Edge Pote Tin Kyriaki Gray Flannel (Never on Sunday)

  • - Woven Gray Flannel (Brushed Inner)
    - Hand Stitched Button-Holes
    - Open Flap Chest Pockets w/ Button Accent
    - Vintage Deadstock Buttons
    - Hand Machine Stitched Labels (Not Embroidered)
    - Shirts made in San Francisco, CA
    - Shrinkage is Minimal

    The Greek tragedy, captured on film from the beginning of time... Yet maybe never as gracefully as Jules Dassin's version, Pote Tin Kyriaki (Never on Sunday), shot in 1958 in the port town of Piraeus, Greece. Homer, an American, travels to Greece to find the meaning of life, and instead finds himself captured by the love of life within a Greek prostitute. Capturing the life and people of Greece in the late 50's, Jules Dassin made film history as Never on Sunday became an international hit and the best known Greek film ever made.

    Late within the film as Homer begins to realize that his beliefs are not what holds true any more in modern Greece, he is seen wearing a black denim western shirt. In celebration of Never on Sunday and in homage to the recently deceased Jules Dassin Self Edge has reproduced this same shirt.

    Gray Flannel, vintage deadstock buttons, hand sewn button holes, and blue/white/blue cuff button hole colors representing the Greek colors bring together the design behind this shirt. Pocket flaps incorprated into the pattern turn into an arcuate design for the front chest with button accents.

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