When it comes to using traditional dyeings and Japanese traditional craftsmanship, nobody does it as the guys of Studio D'artisan. This time they experimented with the sashiko stitchwork of the kimonos using No.6 yarn for the warp and No.5 for the weft to create one of the most impressive vertical sashiko fabrics we have ever seen. It has been woven on specially calibrated Jacquards looms, creating an extremely uneven texture and vertical fading.
As we always say, we love Studio D'artisan's ability to mix these Japanese cultural parts perfectly with the American workwear style. This jacket is a progression of the historical style and craftsmanship inspired by the Japanese American heritage and the blending of cultures. It features excellent details, such as an exclusive original "Boro" leather patch and branded blackened plated copper buttons. The cut is a reproduction of the iconic Vintage Levi's 507 XX (2nd Type).
Under the slogan of "Reconstruction of great old things", Studio D'artisan is one of the iconic brands of Japanese denim. Founded by Shigeharu Tagaki and reproducing classics of French and American workwear since 1979, Studio D'artisan takes pride in having been one of the Osaka 5.
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