This fabric takes us back to the day we first learned about color mixing and marveled at how blue + yellow = green. Typically, a green shirt uses green yarn. But this one comes by its green more magically — by way of blue and yellow flecks interwoven throughout. Subtle wash of color + singular texture = satisfying depth of character.
Bonus info about the word paragon —
Its root is the Italian word “pargone”, which literally means touchstone or comparison. Back in the day, paragone referred to a black stone used to evaluate the quality of gold, which is how “paragon” came to also mean gold standard.