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Menswear label Hiro Clark just took fragrance infatuation to a whole new level. In what may be the greatest news for deodorant-disinclined dudes (eww!), the Cali-noir basics brand has teamed with artisan perfumer Le Labo for a scented shirt collab.
Offered in four different styles (two designs in white or gray), each limited-edition tee ($128) features the "spicy, leathery, musky" aroma of Santal 33, which will linger for about a dozen washes. Designer Andy Salzer tells us that "the scent definitely came first [in the design process]—I am personally a huge fan of Santal 33; it's the only fragrance I wear," he reveals. "And there's something very 'Hiro Clark' about it: dark and smoky and rough."
The range is available at Hiro Clark's site and at Le Labo's Venice outpost starting today; shop it online here and see two of the styles below.