I think there are really many different types of clothes. If you trace the origin of the clothes, you will end up with raw materials.
There are people who use the raw materials and turn them into threads and fabrics, wondering how to make the best use of them. Then there are the people who design, cut, and sew the fabrics into clothes.
I am writing this blog, titled //subjunction, for those who read this on a daily basis.
I write what I always think through introducing clothes. This //subjunction is read as "subjunction" and means "to supplement".
I have been writing the CASANOVA&CO blog for seven years now. No, maybe 6 years. Well, either way is fine.
When I first started writing this blog, I didn't have a title like that, but I have something I want to convey through clothes, and I can't convey it all at the store, much less. , It is difficult to talk to those who cannot come directly to the store.
That's why the storefront is the best place to visit, but I thought about what I couldn't tell you there, so that I could tell you even if you couldn't come to the store, so I gave it a title like this. For the past two weeks, I have been unable to find the time to write this blog due to family matters.
However, right now, I won't go back to my wife, who is returning to her parents' house, which is not far from the store, for a while. I told you. That's because I'm doing something very meaningful this time.
There is always something I want to convey to everyone through clothes. I intend to write it in this //subjunction as well.
In the commercial for canned coffee in Georgia, there is a phrase, "The world is made by someone else's work." I love that word. I really don't think so. Because I think Reaffirm that most of the things you see in your life are completed by someone else's "work" and compare them with your own work. The same goes for clothes. It takes a very long time to complete before it hits the shelves. That's because the "work" of Kawakami exists tremendously. I'm rather from Kawakami, so it's best to see clothes lined up in stores being "consumed" with just words like "cool" or "nice". I don't feel Of course, no matter how much time and effort is put into the production process, if it's lame, it's no big deal. However, I believe that the clothes that are created by first-class professionals face to face with tremendous skill and time and effort have a tremendous power in themselves. If it's something like that, I think it's my role to make the process as visible as possible. Because the world of first-class technology is really wonderful. I feel that knowing this will benefit my life. That's why I hope that customers who visit our store on a daily basis will be able to learn more about them. By doing so, I think that there are things that can be felt from the clothes even more. With that kind of meaning. We made the original fabric for the second time at our store. It's been a long time since I made it last year at Kaneta Orimono with AUBETT in 2021. "Raw materials" that I really wanted to use with my own hands. This time, it was about a few years ago that I learned about the existence of that fiber. There was a brand that told me about the existence of that fiber. However, at that time, it was a raw material that I could not catch up with. And even the brand that told me about the existence of the fiber cannot use it in their collection. Perfecting this fiber is also a tremendous technology. In the world, only that "ranch" can produce. And only the weaver in Japan can use that raw material. This is because we have a history of more than 100 years as a weaver, and we have first-class technology. A certain "world's best" textile. This is the first time in Japan that a select shop had this fiber standardized from scratch. In fact, even fashion brands rarely use this fiber. Even in Japan, the fiber is only available from "Kuzuri Keori". I would like to introduce such things to everyone. Also, please see and experience the tremendously high level of the people who were involved in the creation of these clothes through these clothes. Continue. . .