A shirt with The CLASIK that has been on sale since January 2nd (Sun).
Since the 2nd day, customers have been able to see the number of shirts, but now the number of shirts in both sizes can be counted on one hand.
For those who have already purchased, please experience the world that can only be achieved with this shirt.
That's why we are currently expanding our storefronts with all stocks out of stock.
Well, the price is 77,000 yen (including tax), but the fabric is more expensive than Inner Mongolian cashmere.
Although it started a year and a half ago, we did a rough job of deciding the price near the end of this year, so it is completely an afterthought. price. As well as cuffing.
I've been telling people I've talked to directly at the store, but I chose the number 7, which seems to be auspicious. smile
Of course, within a reasonable range for the brand and upstream people.
DAVID & JOHN ANDERSON has series such as Cullinan and Millennium Star, but the fabric this time is higher than those.
It's the highest quality that can be made at this stage of the "Golden Jubilee" that reigns at the top of DJA.
The world's first sale of it.
I don't think you can see it ready-made.
Well then, when it comes to making custom-made shirts, I don't think it's normal to order machine-made shirts with a plush core and sleeves attached later, and I don't think there's anything made with this vector. world.
wash and wear Say.
I say 330th numerically, but that's simply the "entrance", and that's not the only thing I want people to know.
So, if you can see it, I would be happy if you could take a look at it.
Today, I haven't seen many of the things I've posted so far, which I've been wearing and washing, so I'm going to introduce it at the end.
I started wearing it before it went on sale, and now it's been two weeks.
Since I wear it for a long time after wearing it once, I wash it once.
The number of washings has increased compared to when I posted it before, and I think that the "depth of the shirt" was born.
this. It's two weeks, so the number of washings is also 14 times.
It was mainly hand-washed, but I also put it in the washing machine and put it in the net many times.
After all, the new product at the time of sale is also one wash, but it is still flat.
That's why when you wash it, the whole thing swells and the soft nuance becomes stronger.
Also, it makes the fabric more shiny. Strangely.
100% cotton shirts are no longer a lie.
There is also a twill weave fabric structure.
The eyes of the fabric stand out, and the shadows deepen together with the wrinkles of the washed and exposed clothes, giving the appearance of 100% SILK.
However, if silk 100 has this luster, it is silk thread or silk spun, so you can't wear it so rough at all, and it is completely unsuitable for heavy use.
It's a product of DJA's technique of finishing the carefully selected GIZA 45 into fabric with "alchemy".
Especially since it's a Golden Jubilee that "raises the crown" of DJA quality.
The seams in various places naturally have seam puckering due to washing.
I don't think anyone has ever experienced wrinkles in the seam due to puckering at the level of the fabric, so I think people who like clothes that are quite biased will be pleased.
Also, as expected, this is exactly what I was aiming for, but the collar with the "plush core" swelled out incredibly softly.
right collar and
Unlike fusible interlining, it is not rigidly fixed at all, so it opens naturally and draws an uneven and asymmetrical turn of the collar by washing.
This was my ultimate goal.
The outline of the "collar" that I had envisioned for a year and a half.
Do you understand? ?
The seam puckering created by the edge stitching that runs along the edge of the fabric of the collar, and the collar expands as much as you want from there.
This is the "magnificent bulge" of the collar that can only be achieved with a "plush core".
Look. You're so soft, aren't you? collar.
The fabric feels like paradise on the skin and is fixed with an adhesive interlining.
By incorporating a "plush core", it can be achieved because it is a fluffy and independent outer material.
I designed it so that the person who purchased it would like to experience this wonderful neck hit.
At first, even Mr. Tanaka from classical music was like, "Are you really saying 'flash'?"
This touch on the neck is super moving.
This is also the current status of "plush core" cufflinks.
It looks the same. Is it soft and independent?
Can you tell from the picture?
It's so soft, isn't it?
In my ideal, it would be best to simply wear this on its own during the spring or summer, so I would love to have the sleeves rolled up.
Because this is also a "plush core". Rest assured.
It should not be as flat as the adhesive core. You can create amazing, soft rolls.
I took a picture in the shade of the parking lot of the store, but still this "natural luster".
Because the fabric is a fabric, it gently reflects the natural light.
Also, a button.
I touched on it in my previous blog, but the button glowed. smile
As a result, I think the compatibility with the fabric has improved tremendously.
This is an unexpected and unexpected positive point.
Each button has its own personality.
You can now see it well that the natural pattern is in it.
And that button is popping up.
It's a manual button, but I wonder how many times it's wrapped around the root.
It takes a completely different amount of time to sew buttons on by hand than on a sewing machine.
It would be fine if it only had one button, but a shirt, by its very nature, has a lot of buttons.
It's kind of like, I'm thinking that from now on, buttons don't have to be attached by hand.
Of course, it is more beautiful and durable to attach buttons by hand.
But when I attach buttons by hand, I can attach one button in about five minutes.
This shirt also has 7 buttons on the front and 1 button on each cuff, for a total of 9 buttons.
In other words, just by simple calculation, it takes 45 minutes just to attach a button to one shirt.
Even if it is 3 minutes at the earliest, 3 minutes x 9 pieces = 27 minutes.
Attaching the buttons by hand was a lot of work, and I don't remember exactly how much it cost, but I think it was between 1 and 5 yen per hand button.
If you calculate the hourly wage for a fast worker, you can sew buttons for about two garments in one hour. For this shirt, there are a total of 18 pieces.
A high estimate is 5 yen per button attachment.
18 pieces x 5 yen = 90 yen Hourly wage is about 90 yen. . .
No, it's a tough job. . .
It would be nice if you could think of this as a standard story at the level of a shirt factory with technology, not just this shirt.
So, to be honest, in terms of the quality of clothes, hand-made buttons can be of higher quality, but it makes me think.
In the case of mechanical buttons, one can be attached in tens of seconds.
Considering the fair hourly wage, the salary is more suitable for the machine attachment.
Even in the process of attaching buttons like this, they take a lot of time to create high-quality clothes.
It's hard to see when you're wearing it, but clothes are made up of all these small details.
I would appreciate it if you could wear it while feeling that kind of thing.
There are wrinkles from washing and bleaching, but even so, the gloss cannot be completely hidden.
In the case of 100% cotton fabric, it can be processed in various ways, such as mercerization.
However, when it is washed repeatedly, the quality of raw materials, threads, and fabrics becomes a competition.
That's why the fabric this time doesn't lie at all.
By wearing it and washing it, the latent potential of the material and the technology that DJA is proud of, this is clearly revealed.
That's very important.
Even if you use 170-count two-ply warp and 330-count quadruple-twisted weft, there is no point in making it if disappointing results await.
What I aimed for with this shirt this time was not a new spec game.
In all, one year later, three years later, five years later, we created an "overwhelming impression" that exceeds satisfaction beyond the collection." I wanted to deliver it with clothes called "white shirt".
I planned it myself, but it was Mr. Tanaka from The CLASIK who actually took care of it. I think I've created clothes that have meaning.
Well, I think that there are various ways of perceiving things, such as likes and dislikes of shapes, or dislikes white, but at our store, with The CLASIK, we have done everything we can in the current situation.
It's still cold now, but it's best to wear it casually in spring or summer.
Just wear it and wash it. It's work clothes.
At present, the quantity is quite limited, and thankfully, in the four days since the sale, the quantity has decreased to about a quarter of the original quantity, but if you like it, please consider it.