Who Shirt Company is dedicated to luxurious comfort and precision. Every shirt is fitted with the softness and freedom of an internal shelf-bra, all made with 100% interlock SupimaTM cotton and plush, woven elastic.
Made in America
Our product is Made in the USA. The cotton is sourced and knitted in Georgia and North Carolina. Our box and tissue are produced in Massachusetts. Our owl icon is made in Paris and has flown over to join our New York City team and our garments are sewn in Brooklyn, NY. Our fulfilment center is on Long Island.
We have implemented a zero-waste initiative in partnership with our factory, Dynotex. All remnant material is shredded and stuffed into dolls that are shipped to women’s shelters across the country. Using our own SupimaTM cotton, we have made simple, sweet-faced dolls stuffed with all our waste fabric. They are then sent into the hands of children who arrive at women’s shelters, often with only a bag full of possessions. This is theirs, a totem to comfort and accompany them in an unfamiliar place.
What's In A Name
Who Shirt Company offers 3 essential styles named for women of an excellence to which we aspire.
The tank is called JANE for Jane Goodall, the world-renowned anthropologist and pioneer in the study of chimpanzees. She is the founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, a global wildlife and environment conservation organization in Virginia.
The racer is called SALLY after Sally Ride, astronaut and astrophysicist and first American woman in space, aboard the space shuttle Challenger in 1983.
The jewel is TONI for Toni Morrison, the first African American, and one of only a handful of American women, to win a Nobel Prize in Literature. She is a novelist, essayist, professor emeritus at Princeton University and a Pulitzer Prize winner.
The v-neck is called MARIE for Madame Marie Curie, a chemist and physicist. She is the first- ever woman to win a Nobel Prize. She is the first and only woman to win the award twice. She is the only person to win in two separate fields.
The halter is GLORIA named after Gloria Steinam, feminist, journalist, social activist and co-founder of the ground-breaking magazine Ms. She is nationally recognized as a leader of the American feminist movement in the 1970’s.
Origins Of Our Owl