The Kearny shirt is part of our Professionals collection inspired by storied streets in San Francisco. Running north from Market Street to the Embarcadero, Kearny Street was originally named "La Calle de la Fundacion" by the Spanish, meaning "street of the foundation." Similarly, this men’s dress shirt serves as a foundational piece for a sophisticated weekday wardrobe.
Cool and calm, the Kearny’s blue and white stripes pattern makes it a perfect fit for heading out for a drink with friends, or biking from meeting to meeting. Embodying an elegant but forward style, this shirt features our cutaway collar, a dobby fabric, innovative convertible cuffs, two-ply Egyptian Cotton from the renowned Italian mill Tessitura Monti, and unlimited comfort. Take a step onto the road you were meant to travel.
Just a friendly heads up that as part of a limited run collection this shirt could sell out quickly. We offer easy 30-day returns, so you can shop confidently.
- H&C cutaway collar - an elegant but forward style
- 100% two-ply Egyptian Cotton from the renowned Italian mill Tessitura Monti
Environmentally safe fabric - lightly washed for softness
- H&C convertible cuffs - can be worn with buttons, or with cuff links
- Two back darts
- Box placket
- Extra buttons sewn on inner placket
- Contrast horizontal (gold) button-hole piping on last button hole
Egyptian cotton is a particular variety that is grown in only a few other places. It is renowned as some of the best in the world. It has an extra long staple, which means it has longer fibers, resulting in a silkier, more durable fabric.
The dobby weave generally has unique, geometric patterns in the fabric. This is accomplished using a special loom that raises and lowers the warp threads individually, allowing the weaver to create distinctive patterns. Dobby fabrics come in all kinds of patterns, colors, weights and hand feels.
Hugh & Crye dress shirts use a sizing system based on body types. They're ready-made, fitted shirts, designed for lean and athletically built men. Our shirts aren't made for the masses, they're made for you.