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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.
*Model is pictured wearing a size 40. He weighs 75kg (165 pounds) and is 183cm (6’00”) tall.
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