So, I recently saw the documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi (I recommend if you haven't seen it, dude is straight up awesome) and I noticed that when he visits his home town he's wearing an interesting collar design. I've searched for pictures of it online but haven't found it. The best way I can explain it is that it's a button down collar without a collar band. Essentially, the collar rolls from the neck to the points in a single piece of fabric. The closest picture I've come across is something like this (forgive the fact that it isn't a button down). Also, Vox had some shirts made up by Napolisumisura that were, I believe, similar . Jiro's collar literally looked like an inverse tear drop when viewing from the front. Since there wasn't a collar band, the line of the collar was a continuous roll - a really incredible design. Do you guys think that it would be possible to recreate something like this from a Bespoke maker like Ascot Chang? Has anyone ever seen one before? Is anyone listening to me? Plz HALP.