Studio D'Artisan

Studio D'Artisan "Railroad" Indigo Igara Wabash Sashiko S/S Shirt

Size

5673 B

  • Studio D'Artisan Original Indigo Wabash Sashiko fabric
  • 100% cotton
  • Slim fit silhouette
  • Side gussets featuring chainstitch runoff
  • Single U-Shaped Pocket
  • Single Watch Pocket
  • Original SDA resin button opening

In 1868 the 260-year rule of Japan by the Tokugawa Shogunate, also known as the Edo era came to an end with the Emperor's restoration to the Chrysanthemum Throne, ushering in the Meiji era. Japan quickly evolved from a feudal society to a modernized, industrial nation in the space of just 5 years. Everything from architecture and clothing, to academia and food, saw drastic changes as a result of Western influence.

In 1872, Japan's first railroad saw completion providing an accessible means of transport from Yokohama to Shimbashi station in Tokyo. Steam locomotives from the United Kingdom heralded the beginning of major railroad networks across the country, some of which still exist to this day. Celebrating 150 years since railroads were first introduced in the country, Studio D'Artisan pays homage to one of Japan's most treasured assets with their latest "Railroad" collection.

*Model is pictured wearing a size 40. He weighs 59kg (130 pounds) and is 178cm (5’11”) tall.


Size - CM Chest Shoulder Centre Back Sleeve Armhole
38 104 44 70.5 21 18.5
40 107 46 73 22 19
42 112 49 74 23.5 19
44 120 51 76 24.5 19.5
Size - Inches Chest Shoulder Centre Back Sleeve Armhole
38 40.9 17.3 27.8 8.3 7.3
40 42.1 18.1 28.7 8.7 7.5
42 44.1 19.3 29.1 9.3 7.5
44 47.2 20.1 29.9 9.6 7.7
Made in Wakayama, Japan

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