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Tanuki

When we had a chance to grab the Sumi dyed collab collection, we couldn't resist the tee-shirts. They were insistent that these tees were incredible, and they didn't lie. Surprisingly, the best part about these is the fit...and that's wild because the fabric is absolutely gorgeous. We think what makes this tee fit so well is the longer and wider body. We're finding more and more that a little more room is never a bad thing. We have more control when we can shrink something than when we're trying to get it to stretch.

For these tees, they've created a very robust material of the highest quality. It's a slub yarn that intentionally creates thinner and thicker pieces to evoke a feeling of hand-spun yarn. The results speak for themselves. They used a count 8 yarn which is super thick for a t-shirt. They did all of this in the hopes that the material will hold its shape after many washes, and they fully accomplished that.

This baby is the super sought-after indigo dyed tee. It will fade with the best of them. They've christened this tee the Shinkai (海): the deep blue sea.
When we had a chance to grab the Sumi dyed collab collection, we couldn't resist the tee-shirts. They were insistent that these tees were incredible, and they didn't lie. Surprisingly, the best part about these is the fit...and that's wild because the fabric is absolutely gorgeous. We think what makes this tee fit so well is the longer and wider body. We're finding more and more that a little more room is never a bad thing. We have more control when we can shrink something than when we're trying to get it to stretch.

For these tees, they've created a very robust material of the highest quality. It's a slub yarn that intentionally creates thinner and thicker pieces to evoke a feeling of hand-spun yarn. The results speak for themselves. They used a count 8 yarn which is super thick for a t-shirt. They did all of this in the hopes that the material will hold its shape after many washes, and they fully accomplished that.

For this round, they used different shades of Sumi (Japanese black ink used for calligraphy) to rope-dye the fabric which gives it great variations of black shades. The material is completely made in Japan including spinning, rope dyeing, knitting, and processing at their small mills. They have christened the fabric GYOTEN (暁天): the night before sunrise. The final touch on these is the chunky blue side seams and classic 二 embroidery on the right shoulder.
Tanuki is another brand that's been on our radar for quite some time. The more modern takes on vintage classics were something we always appreciated. And the simplicity of the branding is really alluring to us. We love how they incorporate it in the design of the apparel. They have been one of the most pleasant brands to work with and we can't wait to get this journey started with a brand that has an eye on the future while keeping one foot in the past.

Tanuki has been working on this collaboration with the famed denim makers Graph Zero, out of Kojima, for over two years! That level of dedication to a project is inspiring. If we could take 3 of our favorite things about this world and mash them together, it would be this collaboration. One, this is made with Supima. You know we love Supima - the American cotton which only proper certification allows you to make. Two, they've used natural rope-dyed indigo for the base. Natural indigo is the purest form of what we've always lusted after. Third, they overdyed it with black...but not just any black. This overdye is a Sumi ink - the medium used for Japanese calligraphy. How can it get better than this? We're not sure it can. This is the pinnacle. And we didn't even mention everyone's favorite buzz fabric...Sashiko! This is a denim head's peak fantasy. It embodies everything we care about in one piece. And, they went and topped it with the perfect royal blue tag work that acts as the sprinkles on the cupcake.
Tanuki is another brand that's been on our radar for quite some time. The more modern takes on vintage classics were something we always appreciated. And the simplicity of the branding is really alluring to us. We love how they incorporate it in the design of the apparel. They have been one of the most pleasant brands to work with and we can't wait to get this journey started with a brand that has an eye on the future while keeping one foot in the past.

Tanuki has been working on this collaboration with the famed denim makers Graph Zero, out of Kojima, for over two years! That level of dedication to a project is inspiring. If we could take 3 of our favorite things about this world and mash them together, it would be this collaboration. One, this is made with Supima. You know we love Supima - the American cotton which only proper certification allows you to make. Two, they've used natural rope-dyed indigo for the base. Natural indigo is the purest form of what we've always lusted after. Third, they overdyed it with black...but not just any black. This overdye is a Sumi ink - the medium used for Japanese calligraphy. How can it get better than this? We're not sure it can. This is the pinnacle. And we didn't even mention everyone's favorite buzz fabric...Sashiko! This is a denim head's peak fantasy. It embodies everything we care about in one piece. And, they went and topped it with the perfect royal blue tag work that acts as the sprinkles on the cupcake.