Frangipani shirts bring exotic travel to UK fashion

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British shirt company Frangipani is enjoying its biggest year yet, with 40 shirt styles inspired by world travel to exotic locations.

Motifs printed on the shirts include tropical wildlife, palm trees, exotic flowers, cacti, and geometric patterns inspired by world architecture. Plain shirts and linen shirts are also available in a selection of vivid colours with contrast details.

The Frangipani brand was founded by a London-based husband and wife team, inspired by their world travels. Prints are based on ancient block and screen-printing techniques and are designed to look as great on a night out as they do on the beach.

Shirts are cut to bespoke measurements and fitted to a tailored silhouette. They are designed to be flattering on a range of shapes with a fit that is fitted at the side but loose on the stomach. All designs feature Frangipani’s classic collar with tweak on the back.

All shirts are priced at £75 and 25% of the profits of sales from the “Blue Palm” shirt go to the Blue Marine Foundation to aid their work in protecting the world’s oceans. Shirts can be purchased from

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