As a rule, when a company decides to sell T-shirts, they drop by the nearest warehouse, pick up some shirts produced wherever by whoever, and asks the neighboring company to print them. That’s not how we did it.
We had a Turkish factory produce the fabric specially for us—no one else uses such textile. Designer Anya created the pattern. We put two pockets on the sides. And we drove our production manager nearly nuts when we, with our non-too-ideal figures, kept trying these shirts on.