Japanese designers have always done men’s shirts a little differently. The ‘Shirt’ line by Jap label Soe is a case (of many cases) in point. Designed by Soichiro Ito, the shirts are exactly the kind for you and I who do not work in an environment that requires something that hints at Saville Row. They follow the footsteps of CDG Shirt, but have a distinct look of their own: less patchwork and pajama stripes, and more quiet details and a fondness for typography. If Tokyo is too far to go for them, consider nearby Singapore, where they are stocked in the cooler-than-most-in-Bangkok department store Tangs.