History of Cutaway Collars
The Duke of Kent (1902-1942) first made the cutaway collar popular. The collar has been the “collar of choice in Britain and Italy” for years, according to the Wall Street Journal.
An Extreme Cutaway Collar is a wider contemporary take on the traditional Cutaway Collar to boast a wider tie knot. This style subtly frames your face and draws attention to your tie.
Looks great undone a button or two under a sharp blazer. The points of a cutaway collar angle out from the face. The collar may have a straight or a curved edge.
People notice when you wear a cutaway collar. It’s not just another dress shirt.