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Plastron

This piece of fabric, fixed or removable, was long used to cover the torsos of cowboys, cavalry officers, hussars and men of the world. Today the plastron shirt is no longer a sign of physical and social invulnerability, but continues – when worn with a tuxedo or tail-coat – to be an essential element in men’s wardrobe for the most formal of soirees.

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Tower placket

The tower placket, or button placket, denotes, for the less poetic, the band of fabric that reinforces the opening of a shirt sleeve at the cuff.

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