This piece appeals to me because of the design's provenance. This Liberty parasol print has a rather fascinating history. The parasol pattern concept was created by Winifred Mold in 1919. Winifred Mold worked as a designer for Silver Studios in London from 1912 to 1935. She is known for her florals and her Japanese-inspired patterns like her original parasol print. What we have here is a modern version and tribute to the original design by Kaffe Fassett. It exploits the charm of hand drawn and juxtaposed elements in a palette of restrained tones to perhaps simultaneously convey the feelings of action and rest. This colourway is exclusive to Simon Carter. It is a three button cuff, tailored fit shirt, known around here as a "Moore" (as in Roger Moore). The single button shirts are "Jagger".