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Applying a fabric with a rich history in Japanese culture to this piece, known as Sashiko (刺し子, directly translates as 'little stabs'), the indigo dyed cotton base of the fabric has undyed white cotton yarns running in parallel lines throughout. Sashiko was historically a sewing technique used to repair well worn sections of traditional kimonos and workwear, but early on was adopted as a way of also decorating patterns on garments.
Featuring details like Oversized matte finish white buttons with red accent stitching, chainstitch seam construction with the run offs on either side vent, and an updated silhouette with a slightly longer torso than a traditional Oxford shirt.
While we have kept the production lots as small as possible because working with this specific fabric for shirting is not easy, this will be the last of this style as we no longer have fabric capacity to produce more. While the first production lot was 28 pieces, we were to produce 27 pieces of this second and final run. Thus, this style is limited to 55 total pieces ever produced.*Model is pictured wearing a size 40/Unwashed. He weighs 80kg (180 pounds) and is 181cm (6'0") tall.
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