nonnotte that I announced the other day.
As we said, we will start at our store from the 11th (holiday/Friday).
On the first day, Mr. Sugihara from nonnotte will be at the store all day.
Today, I would like to introduce some of the nonnotte collection lineup.
SPLIT RAGLAN OVERCOAT
material _ SUPER 160s WOOL 100%
color _ BALSAM GREEN
First of all, this.
A river-sewn coat with very impressive colors.
This coat is super dangerous.
Mr. Sugihara's draping technique is said to be very useful for outerwear when it comes to river sewing.
River stitching does not require interlining or lining, and is hand-sewn, making it lightweight and allowing for free movement.
However, the material is super 160 (15 micron) wool double weave melton.
Firmly packed and dough swells.
This suppleness and softness is unique to thin, high-quality raw materials.
And I think this color is the one that most symbolizes nonnotte from the 1st season.
Mr. Sugihara has an incredible number of drawers to create different colors.
This coloring, BALSAM GREEN, is Mr. Sugihara's own ideal of green.
Therefore, the color is quite eye-catching, but it may be difficult to get your hands on unless you are a fairly advanced person.
Mr. Sugihara knows that this color has a high bar, and understands that it will be difficult for stores to order it.
However, since river sewing requires hand-sewing, it is not possible to produce large quantities in the first place.
So it seems like it was a good thing that we didn't get a lot of orders.
We were also able to set up a hurdle with coloring for retailers.
So, I went ahead and created the ideal color.
It may not be a color that everyone can wear, but I don't think it exists on the market even if you look for it.
Well, when we imagined the faces of our customers at our store, we thought it would be a perfect fit.
Also, it seems that the color is surprisingly familiar to Japan.
Therefore, we offer a full range of sizes, from small to large.
In terms of the design of the coat, the front has set-in sleeves.
The back is a "split raglan" design with raglan sleeves.
The top part of the sleeve is called the "sodeyama", and Mr. Sugihara says that the theory behind the sleeves for this kind of clothing is about 8cm in height.
The more casual the clothes, the lower the sleeves.
However, this coat has sleeve hems that are about three times as high as the normal height of 8cm.
This will make your shoulders look very beautiful.
However, this has the disadvantage of making it difficult to move the shoulders.
For example, if you imagine a suit jacket, it's hard to raise your shoulders when you're wearing it.
That's because the sleeve crests are high. Originally, it was clothing in the dress field.
However, in order to form the outline of the shoulders while wearing them and to make it easier for the shoulders to move smoothly, we supplemented this with a sleeve design called split raglan, resulting in a "three-sleeve" design.
Doing so will solve the problem.
This coat is made so that it does not make you feel uncomfortable when you wear it, even though the sleeve height is at the limit.
River stitching makes the seams of the three sleeves stand out.
The front matching is a single with a deep matching like a double.
Draping as designed in draping, created away from the body.
Even though they are ready-made clothes, as long as they match the size, Sugihara draws the outline of the clothes exactly as he was aiming for.
This is amazing. Mr. Sugihara's transcendental technique.
Coats in particular have a lot of weight, so the beauty of the form of the clothes is not that great.
PULLOVER TURTLE SHIRT
color _ BLEACHED SAND
And next is this.
A pullover type shirt made from Kaneta's ZZ strong twist plain weave, commonly known as "heavy broadcloth" fabric.
This shirt does not have an opening in the front and is only available in the largest size, 5, so you can feel the full nonnotte drape.
The neck is a little high, but the fabric is designed to fall down the front.
Draping is created on both the front and back, and the aim is to create a "surface."
The back neck has buttons towards the yoke.
The neck end is made of Kaneta's strong plain weave cotton binder, which is the same as the main body.
The raw material for the cotton is DCH, an Indian long staple cotton.
I remember it being the initials of something, but I forget.
Well, it's good cotton.
Can you tell if you look around your left shoulder?
A drape created with the back yoke in the starting position.
This reveals a "face" that hides the base of the armhole sleeve attachment, making it appear as if the sleeves are "growing" from the body. No, it's fascinating.
As simple as a pullover, Sugihara's charm really shines through.
PULLOVER TURTLE SHIRT
And this one is a different color.
Not black, but "caviar".
The colors were chosen based on the nuances that Sugihara was aiming for from among the vast number of color samples he owned.
The armhole sleeves are beautifully hidden by the drape.
It's in pretty good shape, isn't it?
Even when you move, the entire garment is made as one, so every part of the fabric follows your movements.
Clothes without draping wouldn't be as good as this.
A stunning form, both static and moving.
This doesn't change not only when it's new, but even after washing it at home over and over again.
On the contrary, the potential of Kaneta's fabrics is being brought out more and more.
Normally, it is said that clothes lose their shape after washing, but this does not apply to Sugihara's clothes.
I myself have seen Mr. Sugihara make clothes right in front of me, and the draping is truly amazing.
The form of the clothes is permanently drawn as designed, and it quickly adapts to the wearer's body.
Well, it's super moving.
Regarding this shirt, I think the price is unbelievable.
Well, it's been over half a year since I saw the sample, so when they delivered it to me and I looked at the hang tag again, I thought it was a joke.
All of these items were created by Mr. Sugihara because he wanted people to know as much as possible about ``draping.''
Please experience the excitement that goes far beyond the price.
SLIT CREW NECK PULLOVER
material_WOOL 75%,YAK 25%
color _ GRAY TOP×YAK NATURAL
Next is this.
First of all, this knit has a great feature.
One is that it is 2-way.
Another thing is that even though it is knit, it is three-dimensional.
2-way means that depending on where you wear the knit, to put it simply, the way it looks changes depending on whether you wear it as a U-neck or a crew-neck.
The photo above is the U-neck version.
This is the crew neck version.
Not only the way the neck looks, but also the shape of the clothes changes.
If you choose a U-neck, the front will have a larger drape on the left and right sides of the body.
There is a slit on the side of the neck, and it changes depending on how you position it.
The photo above is when worn as a crew neck.
This is when worn with a U neck.
The hem has a difference in the front and back, and when worn with a crew neck, the length of the back becomes longer.
When worn with a U-neck, the front body is lowered, so the length becomes the same and there is no difference between the front and back.
I had never come across a knit design like this before.
That should be it.
This theory of knitting does not exist, and Mr. Sugihara developed the neck slit and realized the specifications.
What's more, its beauty is unparalleled.
Unlike cloth (woven fabric), knit fabric is made up of a series of individual stitches.
Therefore, it is extremely difficult to create knitwear that takes on a three-dimensional shape.
There is no "pattern" in knitting.
This is because the knitted fabrics are joined together using a sewing method called linking, and the only way to create it is in straight lines.
As far as I know, the only people who use patterns in knitting are Ms. Sugihara and Ms. Nagai of MOTHER HAND artisan, Isabella Stefanelli.
Originally, it was theoretically impossible to create clothes that were only flat and linear, but they created them in a wonderful way.
A knit that drapes away from the body.
In the case of nonnotte, by applying the "linear theory" of knitting in the opposite direction, they create something spectacular.
That's the triangular switch in the armhole.
Well, it would be nice if you could see it at the store.
KNIT PANTS EXTRA WIDE
material_WOOL 75%,YAK 25%
color _ GRAY TOP×YAK NATURAL
And here are the same knit pants as before.
It's so wide that it's impossible for knit pants.
This is thanks to Mr. Sugihara's unique material development, which has been made so dense that it will never be physically denser.
Therefore, the volume of the knitted fabric itself is quite large, so it doesn't feel like it's going to sag at all.
That's why we made these extra wide pants possible.
In these pants, the clothes are surprisingly separated from the body.
This is unbelievable for knitwear.
Mr. Sugihara says that a knit shop told him, ``This is the first time anyone has come up with a pattern.''
Even though they are knit pants, there are hidden darts in them, and they are so three-dimensional that you will be in agony.
These are knit pants that no human being has ever experienced.
Wool made of multiple colors called top dyeing and natural colored yak.
The coloring is made up of multiple colors, and since it's knitted, it creates a very unique mood.
Well, the actual performance will be at the store, so please experience nonnotte there.
Please look forward to the 11th (holiday/Friday) and 12th (Saturday).
We won't have all the items we order during this period, but we think you'll be able to see most of them.
There are also a lot of other things, so I'll introduce them to you before the event starts.