Brioni is an Italian company, which was established by Nazareno Fonticoli and Gaetano Savini in 1945. It’s famous for its suits and jackets, but it also offers shirts. Of course, Brioni shirts are made in Italy. They feature single-needle stitching, gussets, non-split yokes. The company uses nice 100% cotton, cotton + linen and 100% linen fabircs and thin mother-of-pearl buttons (MOP comes from Australia). Unfortunately, buttons are sewn on by machines, without shanks. There is no hand-stitching.
Brioni shirts are available in solid colours (light blue, white, pink, lavender, black, etc.), but you can easily find patterned shirts too (stripes, checks). Weaves: poplin, jacquard, chambray. Barrel cuffs; very rarely – French cuffs. Collars: Kent, semi-spread, spread, wing. Sizes: 15 – 18 in. (38 – 45 cm.); informal shirts: S – 3XL. Fits: regular, slim. You can purchase Brioni shirts at Brioni.com, MrPorter.com, Barneys.com, MatchesFashion.com, NeimanMarcus.com, BergdorfGoodman.com, FarFetch.com. Prices start at 250 GBP (excl. VAT) or 495 USD (no VAT; ready-to-wear shirts). Made-to-measure shirts are available too. Sometimes ready-to-wear shirts are put on sales with big discounts. In my opinion, regular prices are too high.