"I was extremely excited to be selected to join in the Lands' End 'Made to Work' campaign," said interior designer Reed Woodson, founder of Beedus & Jardin, an interior design firm that offers sustainable building services. "When I was told the reason Lands' End wanted to work with me on the campaign was because our businesses share the same principles – quality, value and service – it seemed like a natural fit, one that I was eager to be a part of."Woodson is joined by Joe Branch, a sports marketer and professor who is active in the nonprofit UWANTGAME, a mentoring program for high school athletes; and Justin Talt, a Los Angeles-based filmmaker and founder of Indie Film Folio, a company that helps aspiring filmmakers around the country get their projects off the ground, as the three real-life men featured in the campaign.
- Woven with an ultra-fine yarn, the pinpoint shirt is smoother and stronger than ever, thanks to Supima ® cotton. Supima is created from the top 3% of U.S.-grown cotton and its longer, stronger fibers make the shirt softer and more durable than ever before.
- Adding a no-iron finish ensures the shirt keeps that "just-pressed" look all day long.
- Wicking and stain release properties give the shirt a technical edge that will keep real working men cool and clean during long days at the office.
- All Lands' End shirts feature a single-needle seam, which takes extra time in construction but helps make seams lie flatter and avoids unsightly "puckering."
- Lands' End guarantees quality at a great value for all their products, and the Men's No Iron Pinpoint Shirt is no different:
- Every man has a different dress shirt preference that matches his style. With traditional, tailored and slim fit options in a buttondown, straight or spread collar, this shirt is available in nearly 50 possible combinations, creating a custom shirt-buying experience without paying custom prices.
- No matter what shirt men pick, caring for it has never been easier – this no-iron shirt is guaranteed to hold up through 30 wash cycles.