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5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue

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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 - 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. 

  • Heavyweight Japanese sashiko fabric
  • Two patch pockets at chest
  • Double-need stitching throughout
  • Tagua nut buttons
  • 100% cotton
  • Custom Woven Labels
  • Made in Osaka, Japan
  LENGTH SHOULDER CHEST SLEEVE LENGTH
36 26.75 16.25 19.5 23.25
38 27.25 16.75 20.25 24
40 28.25 18 21.75 25
42 29.25 18.75 22.5 25.5
44 29.75 20 23.75 25.5

A variance of +/-.5" is within tolerance. 

Fit Notes: Most of our Japanese brands are considered to have a small fit. That being said, Tommy stuck to his true size of a 40, or medium for the pictures, and it fit bang on the money. These are built like most of our size medium shirts. If you're worried about a tighter fit, it's always smart to size up. Tommy is 5'10," 165lbs with a 40" chest. 

 

5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue
5666 - Noragi Sashiko Shirt - Blue

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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.
Iron Heart - 13oz Military Serge Western Shirt - Brown.

The only thing that could've improved this serge western was a new color. This one was originally called Mocha Brown, which we think is very suitable. It's this rich color that suits this now iconic shirt. It used to be that we rarely saw green from Iron Heart, but now green is a staple. So, we've been super stoked to see khakis and browns rearing their pretty heads. You can't go wrong with the western cut, unless you don't size up, as it has some absolutely gorgeous details. We love the yokes and Permex buttons the most on these beauties.