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Studio D'Artisan

Studio D'Artisan - "Amami Dorozome" Heavyweight Check Flannel Shirt - Brown.

The last time we saw this flannel it was dyed with Kakishibu. We didn't think that could be topped, but you know how much we love mud. Amami Dorozome is an age-old process done on the island of Amami-Oshima in Japan. It's a blend of mud and vegetable oil that creates rich earth tones in a washed-out, well-worn pigment only achievable through this process. In a traditional cotton check pattern such as this, it shines its brightest. We didn't get our hands on this personally last time, but we aren't going to let this one slip through our fingers.
Studio D'Artisan - "Amami Dorozome" Heavyweight Check Flannel Shirt - Dark Brown.

The last time we saw this flannel it was dyed with Kakishibu. We didn't think that could be topped, but you know how much we love mud. Amami Dorozome is an age-old process done on the island of Amami-Oshima in Japan. It's a blend of mud and vegetable oil that creates rich earth tones in a washed-out, well-worn pigment only achievable through this process. In a traditional cotton check pattern such as this, it shines its brightest. We didn't get our hands on this personally last time, but we aren't going to let this one slip through our fingers.
Studio D'Artisan - 15.5oz Black O/W Sashiko Denim Jeans - Relaxed Taper.

These guys keep one-upping the Sashiko game every year. We didn't get a chance to see these in person, but we're so glad we picked them up. They are so much better than we could've even imagined. At first sight, they look like a denim pant lined with a hickory stipe screen print. Then, we got close up and realized it was the vertical sashiko creating that line work. The hand-feel after the one-wash is beyond soft, but they're still packed with so much color you're still going to get those incredible highs and lows in the knees. The great part about sashiko is you get varied high points throughout the garment that catch wear in a different way. The inspiration for sashiko garments derives from the Japanese sashiko which never truly died. They would use pieces of the last garment to create the new, hand stitching throughout. Well, they've taken this concept and created a modern work of art. They've used a combination of No.6 warp and No.5 weft yarns on specially calibrated Jacquards looms. Their hope is to replicate the Sashiko stitchwork of the kimonos, and we'd say they've accomplished that pretty damn well.
Studio D'Artisan - 15.5oz Indigo O/W Sashiko Denim Jeans - Relaxed Taper.

These guys keep one-upping the Sashiko game every year. We didn't get a chance to see these in person, but we're so glad we picked them up. They are so much better than we could've even imagined. At first sight, they look like a denim pant lined with a hickory stipe screen print. Then, we got close up and realized it was the vertical sashiko creating that line work. The hand-feel after the one-wash is beyond soft, but they're still packed with so much color you're still going to get those incredible highs and lows in the knees. The great part about sashiko is you get varied high points throughout the garment that catch wear in a different way. The inspiration for sashiko garments derives from the Japanese sashiko which never truly died. They would use pieces of the last garment to create the new, hand stitching throughout. Well, they've taken this concept and created a modern work of art. They've used a combination of No.6 warp and No.5 weft yarns on specially calibrated Jacquards looms. Their hope is to replicate the Sashiko stitchwork of the kimonos, and we'd say they've accomplished that pretty damn well.
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Maru Sankaku Peke O△X - "Patched" Denim Western Shirt - Indigo.

Maru Sankaku Peke is definitely the outward fringes of heritage. They push the limits, and we like that. Their brand motto is "seeking exciting clothes, not fancy clothes" which is something we stand behind 100%. We've had our eyes on these patchwork western shirts for just that reason. They're exciting as hell. They've taken patches from vintage shirting to create geometric patterns that give the boho look an instantly elevated feel. Every year, the re-release this shirt but change the pattern just slightly. You'll notice scraps of shirting on the edge of the twin chest pockets. Each shirt has a varied color on the chest and within the pattern on the back.

Studio D'Artisan - "Amami Dorozome" Crewneck Sweatshirt - Dark Brown.

The mud dye is back!! It seems that you guys loved the last round of mud-dyed garments as much as we did. That is what "Amami Dorozome" is, the art of dyeing garments with a combination of mud and vegetable oil to create this gorgeous palette of colors. It really doesn't get more earth-tone than this. We're so lucky the artisans on the island of Amami-Oshima are still producing this long-standing tradition. They've chosen a piece that everyone can easily jump on in the form of this sinker weave sweater. This is another traditional and very hard-to-manage version of knitting. The machines all have their own personalities and have to be coddled to get the fabric just right. What results is some of the best knitting in the world filled with tons of character.

Studio D'Artisan - "Amami Dorozome" Crewneck Sweatshirt - Dark Brown.

The mud dye is back!! It seems that you guys loved the last round of mud-dyed garments as much as we did. That is what "Amami Dorozome" is, the art of dyeing garments with a combination of mud and vegetable oil to create this gorgeous palette of colors. It really doesn't get more earth-tone than this. We're so lucky the artisans on the island of Amami-Oshima are still producing this long-standing tradition. They've chosen a piece that everyone can easily jump on in the form of this sinker weave sweater. This is another traditional and very hard-to-manage version of knitting. The machines all have their own personalities and have to be coddled to get the fabric just right. What results is some of the best knitting in the world filled with tons of character.

Studio D'Artisan - "Hinode" Tsuriami Loopwheeled Sweatshirts - Faded Red.

Knits from Studio never disappoint. They've of course used hanging knitting machines to create this textured loopwheeled fabric. This style of plant-based dyeing (said to be the oldest red) in one sense produces the deepest of reds, but in this case, it has created a more faded red or salmon color. It has all of the things we love in a crew neck including that two-ply construction at the neck and hems. This one has a specifically unique style of ribbing with wider spaces in between the ribs. You're also looking at the classic v-insert or Dorito at the neck. These are pretty fluffy, chunky pieces with a nice soft interior.
Studio D'Artisan - "Tasogare" Heavyweight Flannel Shirt - Indigo O/W.

Studio D'Artisan has a look. We may not be able to describe it in words, but you know it when you see it! This season, they surprised us. We did not expect to see this type of shirt from them, and for us...that makes it an easy piece for the shop. This is a proprietary Nell Check flannel fabric that's hardy enough to stand up to any of the Pacific Northwest heritage brands. It has this gorgeous indigo rope-dyed fabric that they've labeled "Tasogare" which is derived from the phrase "Who is that?". Since this phrase was used at dusk when it was nearly impossible to recognize someone's face, it soon became related to the color of the night sky. It's a stepped-up, or grown-up version of the classic red buffalo check shirt. But the beautiful part about this version is its cotton! Usually, they're itchy and impossible to wear close to the skin. Not this baby. It's super versatile.
Studio D'Artisan - Sashiko Denim Type II Jacket - Black O/W.

These guys keep one-upping the Sashiko game every year. We didn't get a chance to see these in person, but we're so glad we picked them up. They are so much better than we could've even imagined. At first sight, they look like a denim jacket lined with a hickory screen print. Then, we got close up and realized it was the vertical sashiko creating that line work. The hand-feel after the one-wash is beyond soft, but they're still packed with so much black you're still going to get those incredible highs and lows in the elbows. The great part about sashiko is you get varied high points throughout the jacket that catch wear in a different way. The inspiration for sashiko garments derives from the Japanese sashiko which never truly died. They would use pieces of the last garment to create the new, hand stitching throughout. Well, they've taken this concept and created a modern work of art. They've used a combination of No.6 warp and No.5 weft yarns on specially calibrated Jacquards looms. Their hope is to replicate the Sashiko stitchwork of the kimonos, and we'd say they've accomplished that pretty damn well.

Studio D'Artisan - Sumi Dyed Western Shirt - Light Grey.

This piece is so nice in person. You can feel that something special went into this cotton western upon first touch. After seeing the last round of westerns in person, we couldn't help ourselves. But the fabric is really the story here. We learn something new about Japanese culture every time Studio drops a new line. This time they've used traditional Sumi Ink to dye this fabric to a beautiful, washed-out-looking dull grey. We knew Sumi ink was used for calligraphy in Japan. But apparently, it can take months to years to develop the wood blocks from which the Sumi ink is drawn once you add water. The attention to detail and willingness to spend so much time on the process is what draws us to Japanese production. When they take facets of their culture and add them to clothing, we lose our sh*t for it. We think the black snaps fit this shirt perfectly.
Studio D'Artisan - Kakishibu Dyed Western Shirt - Light Brown.

Oh myyyyy. This piece is so nice in person. You can feel that something special went into this cotton western upon first touch. After seeing the last round of westerns in person, we couldn't help ourselves. But the fabric is really the story here. The persimmon has become a very close friend of our shop over the past 5 years. Kakishibu is a tannin extracted from those persimmons in late August in Japan. It is used for all sorts of things including a hangover cure and wood lacquering, but for us, most notably to dye all sorts of gorgeous fabrics. Expect this gorgeous, rinsed fabric to age impeccably with time. These react really rad in UV rays. Imagine that they'll be sort of like a reverse raw indigo. They'll lighten in spots instead of darkening. We loved that they changed to the white pearl snaps for these, as well.
Studio D'Artisan - Sashiko Denim Type II Jacket - Black O/W.

These guys keep one-upping the Sashiko game every year. We didn't get a chance to see these in person, but we're so glad we picked them up. They are so much better than we could've even imagined. At first sight, they look like a denim jacket lined with a hickory screen print. Then, we got close up and realized it was the vertical sashiko creating that line work. The hand-feel after the one-wash is beyond soft, but they're still packed with so much black you're still going to get those incredible highs and lows in the elbows. The great part about sashiko is you get varied high points throughout the jacket that catch wear in a different way. The inspiration for sashiko garments derives from the Japanese sashiko which never truly died. They would use pieces of the last garment to create the new, hand stitching throughout. Well, they've taken this concept and created a modern work of art. They've used a combination of No.6 warp and No.5 weft yarns on specially calibrated Jacquards looms. Their hope is to replicate the Sashiko stitchwork of the kimonos, and we'd say they've accomplished that pretty damn well.

Studio D'Artisan - Sashiko Denim Type II Jacket - Indigo O/W.

These guys keep one-upping the Sashiko game every year. We didn't get a chance to see these in person, but we're so glad we picked them up. They are so much better than we could've even imagined. At first sight, they look like a denim jacket lined with a hickory screen print. Then, we got close up and realized it was the vertical sashiko creating that line work. The hand-feel after the one-wash is beyond soft, but they're still packed with so much indigo you're still going to get those incredible highs and lows in the elbows. The great part about sashiko is you get varied high points throughout the jacket that catch wear in a different way. The inspiration for sashiko garments derives from the Japanese sashiko which never truly died. They would use pieces of the last garment to create the new, hand stitching throughout. Well, they've taken this concept and created a modern work of art. They've used a combination of No.6 warp and No.5 weft yarns on specially calibrated Jacquards looms. Their hope is to replicate the Sashiko stitchwork of the kimonos, and we'd say they've accomplished that pretty damn well.

Studio D'Artisan - Coach Jacket Stock Car Races - Green O/W.

How could we say no to this jacket? It's an absolutely gorgeous display of colors, starting with that deep forest green base. Add in the gorgeous yellow and burnt red on the embroidery, and this thing pops like crazy. The poly, cotton blend is surprisingly hefty. The lining definitely helps make this more of a 3 season jacket. The little piggies get us every time, no matter the design, but this one is especially reminiscent to us. We have a thing for shop jackets, and this instantly turns into that with the Stock Car Racing motif. It also has our favorite feature, those lovely hand warmer pockets.
Studio D'Artisan - 14oz Heavy Hickory Stripe - O/W.

This shirt was too iconic and too beautiful to pass up. The 14oz heavy-duty hickory is rinsed to perfection so that it still feels heavy but breaks in and softens easily. We've seen million and one denim work shirts at this point in our tenure, but Studio seems to take the ordinary, and make it extraordinary. It's hefty to the point that you really know you're wearing something without being so stiff that you want to instantly take it back off. The red DARTI tag and the two-tone stitching are the icings on the cake of these denim masterpieces. This is the evil step-brother to the selvedge version.
Studio D'Artisan - 14oz "Mt. Fuji" G3 Selvedge Relaxed Tapered Fit - Indigo O/W.

The G3 fabric from Studio does not disappoint. It is absolutely packed with texture. The loom chatter ensures that, and the one wash treatment adds that extra crunch and warping in the fabric we love. This is a wonderful relaxed tapered selvedge. It has all the details you know from that silhouette, but they've added the Artisan touch for which they're known. A lovely little royal blue accentuates the peekaboo coin pocket. They also used their black anodized buttons for a very sleek look. The veg tan debossed leather "Mt. Fuji" patch is something that will also age with the denim. The back yoke is lined with "Yamagata Sashiko" lining. The "Mt. Fuji" part of this denim is that they switched up the weft on their iconic G3 fabric. Mt. Fuji, reverently referred to as "Fuji-San" is a snow-capped dormant volcano. This greige color is meant to mimic the face of the mountain. They also lined the yoke with a sashiko pattern evocative of mountain peaks, which really helps to drive home that theme.
Studio D'Artisan - Loopwheel Cotton Tee Shirt - White.

When we saw that Studio made tee shirts, we couldn't say no. This white was a must-own after we got our initial run with the colors. We knew they would be made to the highest quality standard with all those wonderful little artisan details. The 9913 is a loopwheel style with the craziest armpit seems, unlike anything we've seen in the past. The construction is pretty next level.
Studio D'Artisan - 14oz Tight Straight Sashiko Pants - Indigo, Kakishibu.

We've been waiting on this since the vest dropped, then the jacket after that. The pants were what we really had our eyes on. This fabric is bonkers. The one wash reveals some of its character, but the future of these pants is bright. The fading potential is through the roof and our favorite dye, other than indigo, has been added to the sashiko. Persimmons are used to create this rich brown color with an orange cast. This truly has all the things we love in the raw denim world....and now the pants can complete the outfit. These have got to be some of the most sought-after pants in the industry and for good reason. We've brought them back this round in the tight straight fit for a slightly trimmer fit than the first round.
Studio D'Artisan - 14oz "Mount Fuji" G3 Selvedge Jacket - Indigo O/W.

The G3 fabric from Studio does not disappoint. It is absolutely packed with texture. The loom chatter ensures that, and the one wash treatment adds that extra crunch and warping in the fabric we love. This is a genuinely iconic Type II. It has all the details you know from that silhouette, but they've added the Artisan touch for which they're known. A lovely little royal blue accentuates the dual-tone stitching throughout on the pocket flaps. They also used their black anodized buttons for a very sleek look. The veg tan debossed leather "Mt. Fuji" patch is something that will also age with the denim. That is backed by a "Yamagata Sashiko" yoke lining. The pleating along the front is a style favorite of ours and they've chosen to use a classic box tack for the reinforcement in those areas. This is a classic type ii feature meant to provide expansion in the cold months for farmers packing on weight. The "Mt. Fuji" part of this denim is that they switched up the weft on their iconic G3 fabric. Mt. Fuji, reverently referred to as "Fuji-San" is a snow-capped dormant volcano. This greige color is meant to mimic the face of the mountain. They also lined the yoke with a sashiko pattern evocative of mountain peaks, which really helps to drive home that theme.
Maru Sankaku Peke O△X - Kung Fu Dragon Shirt - Black.

Maru Sankaku Peke is definitely the outward fringes of heritage. They push the limits, and we like that. This piece is a bit more traditional, being a "Kung Fu" style shirt, but we rarely see them in our industry. It might in fact be the tamest of their lineup until they add the dragon embroidery to the back. The craziest part is that these guys don't give us much information at all. Maru Sankaku Peke is fairly secretive but also has great social media. What we do know is it's a lightweight cotton and it's super comfy. This is a much roomier version than the beige jacket. We love the extra monkey fists on this, and that traditional dragon embroidery is through the moon good. We also know we're the only ones on the internet carrying it. We're enamored with this piece and hope you are too.
Maru Sankaku Peke O△X - Kung Fu Jacket - Beige

Maru Sankaku Peke is definitely the outward fringes of heritage. They push the limits, and we like that. This piece is a bit more traditional, being a "Kung Fu" jacket, but we rarely see them in our industry. It might in fact be the tamest of their lineup. The craziest part is that these guys don't give us much information at all. Maru Sankaku Peke is fairly secretive but also has great social media. What we do know is it's a lightweight cotton and it fits slightly different than the last version we had. This is a much more slim and short version of the kung fu jacket. It's more like a type II than anything else. It even has the monkey fists adjusters on the waist. We're enamored with this piece and hope you are too.
Studio D'Artisan - 14oz "Amami Dorozome" Mud-Dyed Selvedge Denim - Relaxed Tapered Fit OW.

We have been so excited to receive this stock from the moment we received our packet for SS22 from Studio. The Mud-Dye process feels so visceral to us. There is literally no one else doing this process. It's an ancient one that gives you earth tones that you simply can't develop through synthetic, chemical-based processes. This method includes minerals only found in Japan's Amami Ōshima island. This process of mud and vegetable oil dyeing has been passed down for generations. We're simply over the moon about all the details, but our favorite has to be the special cowhide patch. We personally think Studio has the best patches in the industry. You're also looking at all the classics including raised belt loops, nickel buttons, and hidden back pocket rivets. If these are anything like the last round of hand-dyed jeans from Studio, they're going to be heavily sought after and be gone in a flash.
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Studio D'Artisan - Foxfibre Cotton Tee Shirt - Road Runner.

When we saw that Studio made tee shirts, we couldn't say no. The first round disappeared in days but we kept getting questions about the Foxfibre tees. We'd heard wonderful things, and when we got to feel them we understood why. Foxfibre is an incredible feat of nature. Usually, cotton with natural earth tone colors isn't strong enough to be made into textiles. The good people at Foxfibre figured out how to create long staple cotton that occurs in two beautiful colors. One of them is this greenish color affectionately called Road Runner by Studio. The fluffiness of these tee shirts is unmatched. If you thought the 9912 and 9913s were good, you're going to be blown away by this fabric.
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Studio D'Artisan - Foxfibre Cotton Tee Shirt - Coyote.

When we saw that Studio made tee shirts, we couldn't say no. The first round disappeared in days but we kept getting questions about the Foxfibre tees. We'd heard wonderful things, and when we got to feel them we understood why. Foxfibre is an incredible feat of nature. Usually, cotton with natural earth tone colors isn't strong enough to be made into textiles. The good people at Foxfibre figured out how to create long staple cotton that occurs in two beautiful colors. One of them is this brown color Studio is affectionately calling Coyote. The fluffiness of these tee shirts is unmatched. If you thought the 9912 and 9913s were good, you're going to be blown away by this fabric.
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Studio D'Artisan - 14oz "Anami Dorozome" Mud-Dyed Selvedge Type II - Dark Brown O/W.

If you didn't know already, you now know that we're fully on board with the Mud-Dyed series from Studio. This special mud and vegetable oil dyeing process create a hand-feel and color variation that simply cannot be mimicked by synthetic, chemical-based dyes. It's truly impeccable that a natural dye creates so much character. I think the wilder part is that we ever went away from natural dyes in the first place. With beauty like this, I think we'll be seeing more and more re-integration into dyes of the past in the future. This classic type ii silhouette is suited to the mud-dye. A traditional dyeing method needs a traditional jacket. Expect a boxier, trucker-like fit to this piece as it's modeled around a conventional type ii. It has all the incredible details we got from the last hand-dyed series including that brilliant leather patch. The black oxidized buttons are another feature we can't stop glaring at. At 14oz, this piece lets you know it's there while the one wash treatment takes the edge off for the initial break-in period.
Studio D'Artisan - "Amami Dorozome" Western Shirt - Brown.

Oh myyyyy. This piece is so nice in person. You can feel that something special went into this cotton western upon first touch. The first thing that stood out to us though were those matte black and silver snaps. But the fabric is really the story here. The "Amami Dorozome" collection is a special edition for Spring 22. It's a dying process done on the Island of Amami Ōshima using mud to dye the product. They combine vegetable juice with mud to create this unique color and hand feel. This process also gives the garment a washed feel and takes away all of the shrinkage. If you loved the kakishibu flannel, but you're more a plain western shirt kind of guy...this is the one for you. It is everything we have come to expect from Studio, at this point.
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Studio D'Artisan - Satin Sakajan Jacket - Green, Navy.

We first scoped one of Studios Satin Sakajan jackets last year, and we've been obsessed ever since. These are very much a souvenir jacket in reference and in that there's a brand new one every year. They're unique like every Souvenir Jacket was. They pop up, they disappear, and people are left waiting for the next one. D'Artisans reversible Sukajan is a work of extraordinarily individual and intricate embroideries on both sides of the jacket. This year is somewhat of a Kaiju octopus taking over a city combined with indie and clipper touring Japan in a tank made of denim. The little embroideries on the front paint their own picture, as well.

We're simply blown away by the combination of colors and embroidery this year. The ribbing around the cuffs is even different for each side creating two completely different and unique jackets. This is really a bang for your buck souvenir jacket and done to Studio D'Artisan's strict standards.
Studio D'Artisan - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue.

We have to admit, this was the first thing that drew us in with Studio D'Artisan. We saw this shirt and knew we needed to work with the brand. As you can probably tell, this isn't a Noragi Style shirt. The name derives from the days when people wore Kimonos as their everyday clothes. Clothing was very precious and was reused several times over, being repaired with fragments of other garments. In order to pay homage to this, Studio D'Artisan has used a blend of slub and wooden yarns to create beige-colored stitching to create a modern shirt version of this piece of history. They've also purposefully changed the style and direction of sashiko all overall in order to mimic the hand stitching of the time. This work-style shirt is built to be worn either close to the body or as an overshirt. It's soft and warm and a real show stopper overall. This is Studio at its finest right here.
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Studio D'Artisan - USA Cotton Tee Shirt - Pink.

When we saw that Studio made tee shirts, we couldn't say no. This powder color pink is simply gorgeous. Not too much, not too little. And, we knew they would be made to the highest quality standard with all those wonderful little artisan details. This is a classic side seam shirt with a fluffy American cotton. the tag at the hem ensures that you know where the cotton was procure
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Studio D'Artisan - Loopwheel Cotton Tee Shirt - Emerald.

When we saw that Studio made tee shirts, we couldn't say no. This emerald color is a beautiful pop of color that we need to brighten up our Summer. We knew they would be made to the highest quality standard with all those wonderful little artisan details. The 9913 is a loopwheel style with the craziest armpit seems, unlike anything we've seen in the past. The construction is pretty next level.
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Studio D'Artisan - Loopwheel Cotton Tee Shirt - Ember.

When we saw that Studio made tee shirts, we couldn't say no. This ember color instantly caught our eye, and we knew they would be made to the highest quality standard with all those wonderful little artisan details. The 9913 is a loopwheel style with the craziest armpit seems, unlike anything we've seen in the past. The construction is pretty next level.
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Studio D'Artisan - USA Cotton Tee Shirt - Yellow.

When we saw that Studio made tee shirts, we couldn't say no. This yellow color instantly caught our eye, and we knew they would be made to the highest quality standard with all those wonderful little artisan details. This is a classic side seam shirt with a fluffy American cotton. the tag at the hem ensures that you know where the cotton was procured!
Studio D'Artisan - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Black.

We have to admit, this was the first thing that drew us in with Studio D'Artisan. We saw this shirt and knew we needed to work with the brand. As you can probably tell, this isn't a Noragi Style shirt. The name derives from the days when people wore Kimonos as their everyday clothes. Clothing was very precious and was reused several times over, being repaired with fragments of other garments. In order to pay homage to this, Studio D'Artisan has used a blend of slub and wooden yarns to create beige-colored stitching to create a modern shirt version of this piece of history. They've also purposefully changed the style and direction of sashiko all overall in order to mimic the hand stitching of the time. This work-style shirt is built to be worn either close to the body or as an overshirt. It's soft and warm and a real show stopper overall. This is Studio at its finest right here.
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Studio D'Artisan - Takaido 53 Stations of the Aloha Shirt - Green.

When we think about Studio, we don't instantly go to Aloha shirts. But we should probably change our thinking because these guys can do anything. So they went above and beyond for an aloha shirt. This is how they should all be made. Multiple layers of blocks create incredible depth. The little pig pattern set to a traditional kimono art style is 100% Studio D'Artisan gold.

Studio D'Artisan - 14oz Selvedge Denim Work Shirt - Indigo O/W.

This shirt was too iconic and too beautiful to pass up. The 14oz heavy-duty selvedge is rinsed to perfection so that it still feels heavy but breaks in and softens easily. We've seen million and one denim work shirts at this point in our tenure, but Studio seems to take the ordinary, and make it extraordinary. It's hefty to the point that you really know you're wearing something without being so stiff that you want to instantly take it back off. The red DARTI tag and the two-tone stitching are the icing on the cake of these denim masterpieces.