He and Thomas are the living embodiment of the T.Christopher Men, busy business men or global trekker who are looking for beachwear that can do double-duty, functional in the water yet socially apt. for the occasion. In spite of where he lives, staying, or traveling, the T. Christopher man can always rely on the brand’s classic styling and tailored construction. The seams are lined to stop chafing.
The Square Cut has an inseam to give it a square shape to it. A retro-feel. A little more coverage than the brief, giving it more substance to it. Also has a center back seam to contour the seat for better shaping. Slightly more coverage than the brief.
The patterns are quasi-Roxy or quasi-Pucci or Missioni. The Missioni-zigzag pattern for the Watermill Square Cut is a knit.
Now, that you settled on a couple of shorts, where to crash? How about the Mondrian Hotel on Sunset Boulevard?
If you checked in, you'll find a really cool gift shop that is uniquely LA, Ron Robinson Pop Up Shop.
Better yet, the pop up shop saves you the trip from trying to locate Ron Robinson at Melrose. The shop comes to you.
Unlike most hotel gift shops crammed with tacky knickknacks, they actually have stuff that you and your friends can actually use with a distinctive LA style.
Ron's own Apothia brand of bath and hand washes in scents evoking amora of Malibu or the Hollywood Hills. Cool yet protecting Coola Sun Protection that feels matte and light on the skin for times when you want to go shopping. Curated coffee table books on LA culture to read by the poolside. Eco-friendly water pitchers and mobile clocks are souvenirs that your friends really want. Better yet, these souvenirs you want to keep for yourself.
Ron Robinson at Mondrian wouldn't certainly offer you snowglobes.
Now, you have shorts and a place to hideaway with a shop that offers you a comfort of home.
Better take that break soon, the pop-up store will disappear by the end of December.