fastcompany:

Designers Matt Hornbuckle and Kirk Keel realized that our sizing system is a broken one, and decided to change it up. Using 3-D body scan data from more than 1,000 men, they created Stantt, a line of casual button-down shirts that come in 50 sizes, with three measurement variables: chest size, waist size, and sleeve length.

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    In the case of project, technology like this is not what we are looking at, a differentiation that, I believe, should be...
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    I saw this post — a few pictures and voila! — the solution to an issue most modern men have with their dress shirts: fit...
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    Hate the styling, but the concept is cool.
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    YES. Now we’re on to something…
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    my bro needs this
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