Studio d'Artisan 5606A Kasezome Sashiko Workshirt

10.500,00 Kč 

  • Studio d'Artisan 5606A Kasezome Sashiko Workshirt
  • Studio d'Artisan 5606A Kasezome Sashiko Workshirt
  • Studio d'Artisan 5606A Kasezome Sashiko Workshirt
  • Studio d'Artisan 5606A Kasezome Sashiko Workshirt
  • Studio d'Artisan 5606A Kasezome Sashiko Workshirt
  • Studio d'Artisan 5606A Kasezome Sashiko Workshirt
  • Studio d'Artisan 5606A Kasezome Sashiko Workshirt
  • Studio d'Artisan 5606A Kasezome Sashiko Workshirt
  • Studio d'Artisan 5606A Kasezome Sashiko Workshirt
  • Studio d'Artisan 5606A Kasezome Sashiko Workshirt
  • Studio d'Artisan 5606A Kasezome Sashiko Workshirt

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"KASEZOME" NATURAL I SASHIKO WORK SHIRT (TYPE A)

- SDA Original Natural Indigo
- "Kasezome" Fabric Hank dyed Natural Indigo yarns
- 100% Cotton
- 2 Chest pockets
- "Dartisan" Rayon tag featured on chest pocket
- SDA Original Tagua Nut buttons
- Side gusset
- Chainstitch runoff
- SDA Official Union Ticket

Made in Japan

Kasezome is the art of skein dyeing, a hand dyeing method by wrapp yarns into a loose coil and dipping them into a vat of Natural Indigo (i instance). The yarns are dyed to the core while still retaining their ori texture, a feat only possible when the yarns are meticulously dyed b yarns have been dyed at varying degrees of indigo hue intensity, ma by the amount of times a set of yarns are dipped into the vat of Natu
In the case of this Kasezome shirt by SDA, undyed yarns are paired w from light to dark indigo yarns and set on a dobby loom to create an intricate fabric that was historically found on Japanese Kimono's and traditional garb. The Tate, or Warp, is a tediously "Kase" dyed yarn in indigo. This is combined with an irregular weft to give the impression falling through the fabric, a phenomenon the Japanese passionately named, "Ame-kasuri", or Rain Skein Dyed.
Weaving a fabric of this calibre is only possible on a non-mechanized only a handful of smaller factories in the Okayama and Hiroshima re able to painstakingly weave this fabric using techniques dating back century to the early Showa era. Skilled artisans are responsible to not the yarns to a variety of ideal hues of indigo by hand, but then have t that the loom is rigged perfectly to weave this impressive textile. A m Japanese tradition and American Workwear.

size 40
length: 69cm
shoulder: 44cm
pit-to-pit: 54cm
sleeve length: 63cm

size 42
length: 72cm
shoulder: 46cm
pit-to-pit: 57cm
sleeve length: 64cm

size 44
length: 72 cm
shoulder: 48 cm
pit-to-pit: 59 cm
sleeve length: 64cm

size 46
length: 74 cm
shoulder: 50 cm
pit-to-pit: 59cm
sleeve length: 66 cm

Model is 178 cm, 75kg and wearing size 44

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