When I stood at the store and talked with the customers who came to the store, until a few years ago, a considerable percentage of them did not wear short-sleeved shirts in the summer, but for the last two seasons or so. I think that more people are consciously looking at short-sleeved clothes, perhaps because they have an image of scorching heat. Well, of course it's to make the hot and humid Japanese summer as comfortable as possible, but unlike before, clothing brands have been focusing on short-sleeved items, and clothes that make you think, "I want to wear this." I think there is also the fact that it came out. Also, as you get older, it may be that you don't want to overwork your body. It's a world where people are calling out for measures to prevent heatstroke in the summer, so when I see that, I feel the heat of summer as if it were a terrible thing. So, let me introduce a short-sleeved shirt. It's the first time I've made it as a brand. The CLASSIC. And the other day, we stored and sold a long-sleeved shirt with blue stripes from The CLASIK's DAVID & JOHN ANDERSON for about a month. So, for about a month, I left it after arriving at our store. Furthermore, when I ordered, I told Mr. Tanaka of The CLASIK that I would like to delay the arrival as much as possible. So I think it's very late to unveil it. The CLASIK WORK SHIRTS SHORT SLEEVE fabric_DAVID & JOHN ANDERSON 200/2 material_COTTON 100% (GIZA 45) color_GRAPH CHECK(WHT×BLK) size_46.48 As I mentioned earlier, this is the brand's first short-sleeved shirt. First appearance in the third season since the brand debut of 21SS. The debut season of the 20SS was an astonishing collection lineup with only 10 types of outerwear, even though it was only for spring and summer. smile Also, the CLASIK shirts that we have been dealing with so far have only been plain or striped, so this is the first check pattern. I am very uncle. Appearance. It's a graph check, so it's a relatively detailed pattern. Of course, it is not a print, but a check with black threads inserted against a white ground for both the warp and weft. As I mentioned at the beginning, the thread used to weave this fabric is as thin as 200 count, so it has a strong feel against the skin. Super lightweight and super smooth. Most of the shirting fabrics made in Japan are of the 100th count, unless they are made specifically for it. After all, Europe, which has a Western-style culture since the time when Japanese people wore kimono, is good at making this kind of shirt fabric. But among them, DAVID & JOHN ANDERSON are said to be synonymous with making the world's finest shirts. It seems that there are various other things, but DJA is good when considering various balances. And here's an enlarged photo of this shirt. This is a 19.9x magnification photo that I've been hooked on since yesterday. The size of one lattice is about 1.5 mm, so you can imagine it. A beautiful plain weave structure with very fine threads and a good balance. 200-count two-ply yarn for both warp and weft. Of the 200 pairs of black threads that make up the check, two warp threads are lined up and one is inserted in the horizontal direction. and, This is the usual scaling factor for trade secret multipliers. 200 count thread, each one is very beautiful. There is little unnecessary fluffing, the fiber itself is very soft, and the twist of the thread is very well arranged. I think this will be accepted by the baby skin han who only accepts the best comfort. Also, even if you look at it at 19.9x magnification, you can't see it with the naked eye, but there is a slight gap between the threads. From here, a pleasant breeze passes through and promises a pleasant summer look. Well, but if you compare it with NEAT's Faliero Sarti, which I introduced yesterday, at the same magnification, what you see is completely different. The strengths of each are obvious when different manufacturers make the same product in Italy. I think everyone knows what they're saying, but in general, there are fabric manufacturers in the UK and Italy that are said to be long-established or prestigious, but only their names are used as a catchphrase to sell. I think in this world. Where it is made, the name value is just a bonus, it is just one of the triggers for the first approach, and more importantly, why it has to be that way, there are things that can only be created there That's why I think it's necessary to unravel the contents more. I. That's why I've stocked up on NEAT's Faliero Sarti shorts, and I always introduce The CLASIK's DJA shirt series on my blog. Unless you intentionally imitate this, it is difficult for Japanese weavers to create such fabrics from scratch, and I believe that such things are the strengths of Faliero Sarti and DAVID & JOHN ANDERSON. In the first place, it seems that the DJA fabric used by The CLASIK is not normally distributed. In the classes up to this point, rather than ready-made clothes, it seems that the fabrics are produced little by little within the framework of specializing in custom-made shirts. Therefore, DJA does not always have fabrics in stock, and in a sense, it might be good to think of the items used by the brand as an encounter. And I think that The CLASIK uses that fabric to create a well-balanced shirt. This time, it's short sleeves, so I don't have cuffs on the cuffs, but of course the collar is soft plush in the product. It's made of vectors. Well, I plan to post a picture of me wearing it on Instagram someday, so it would be nice if you could take a look at it, so please refer to that. A short-sleeved shirt made so that you can experience the best of this fabric. The breast pocket is square, but it is considerably larger than the one for dresses. Where there are sharp corners, they are properly sharpened. As for the sewing needle movement, it's not a very fine needle movement, but it's compatible with the fabric, so I keep it in an appropriate place. White mother-of-pearl button. There is also compatibility with the fabric, and the button itself feels thin, but it stands out. Handmade of course. The buttonholes are finely stitched and there is no problem. Also, I think that the placket at the front of a shirt of this level should be a dressy specification without a placket, but it is not close to the dress, so it is a wide placket specification. To put it simply, I try to make it look casual because the fabric is so luxurious. The back style is also casual side pleats. I think it's very comfortable to wear because the wind often passes through in the summer. After the product is finished, it is washed and pressed, so there is no need to worry about shrinkage. Because of this kind of fabric, it is best to put it in a net, wash it, and wear it without ironing. When it's brand new, it's finished with a final press, so it's still a bit sticky, but when it's washed at home, it swells up a bit, and I think it feels even better. The shoulders are a little loose, but it's not overdone at all. Take a look.