Based on the first released cashmere t-shirt in 22ss, the 23ss collection offers a wide range of colors that are meticulously achieved using natural dyeing techniques. Each t-shirt is individually dyed by hand, ensuring a unique and artisanal touch to every piece.
The fabric used is a blend of cashmere and Supima cotton from Japan, and specifically for this product, a selected cotton fiber called Corcoran is used. Corcoran is produced in collaboration with I COTONI DI ALBINI from Italy and J. G. Boswell Company, one of the largest Supima cotton producers in the United States.
While regular Supima cotton is typically made into Ne 100/2 to Ne 120/2 yarn, Corcoran, made exclusively from the highest quality Supima cotton, is crafted into up to Ne 180/2 yarn. This level was previously considered impossible for any Supima cotton.
The blend of the highest quality cotton and cashmere provides a soft and luxurious texture, and for strong durability and a vintage feel, the neckline is bound, and hems of the cuffs and the body are all flatlock stitched.
The dye employed in this t-shirt, derived from cape jasmine, is crafted through a process of pure raw material fermentation, without the use of any mordanting techniques. It possesses a subtle vulnerability to light and may exhibit slightly weaker colorfastness. However, it truly encapsulates the allure and charm of natural dyeing.
The t-shirt is similar to the previous season's, but it has a shorter length, making it great to wear tucked into high-waisted pants or to wear on its own.
The brand's logo, size, and fiber composition information on the back are hand-stamped and may fade slightly with each wash.
90% Supima Cotton (from Albino, Italy) 10% Cashmere Knitted in Nagoya, Japan
100% Cotton thread from Kyoto, Japan
Cold Machine Wash or Hand Wash
Double Needle Binded Collar
Blind Stitched Hems
Natural Dyed Using Cape Jasmine
*The units in the size table below are all cm.
**Natural dye products may have irregular dyeing patterns and individual variations.
***It has a weaker colorfastness compared to regular dyed garments, it can easily be affected by light, washing, and other factors.