This season also appeared. A shirt using The CLASIK's 200-count two-ply yarn. DAVID & JOHN ANDERSON's fabric is said to be the world's best in terms of quality when it comes to fine count shirts, even though it's made of 200 count two-ply yarn. What's more, the material is DJA's fabric, which is 100% made from GIZA45. The 200th. Until now, there were only striped ones, but this time it's finally here. plain white. Even with the same quality and the same number of shirts, when it comes to plain white, nothing can be deceived other than the feel and beauty of the surface. It's called a feature. Well, when it comes to this class, there is no such thing as being inferior because of the pattern. If you like it, touch it. this. The CLASIK COLLARLESS SHIRT fabric_DAVID & JOHN ANDERSON 200/2 material_COTTON 100% (GIZA 45) color_WHITE size_46(SM),48(ML) The CLASIK CLASSIC SHIRT fabric_DAVID & JOHN ANDERSON 200/2 material_COTTON 100% (GIZA 45) color_WHITE size_46(SM),48(ML) Two types, one without an upper collar and one with a collar. Well, when it comes to this class, you will hardly meet. Especially in the world of completely made-to-order shirts, it is a level of fabric that can be listed as one of the options, but in the world of ready-made clothes, it is extremely rare. Also, there are occasional 200/2 made in Japan or China, but I think the 200/2 made by DAVID & JOHN ANDERSON, who specialize in the world's finest counts, is completely different. The touch that gives you a shock when you touch it, and the way it feels close to your skin when you wear it. There is a unique "matching with the skin", rather than an affinity with the skin when worn. I think this is about Swiss ALUMO and this time DAVID & JOHN ANDERSON, who also exist at this level. However, if it is a fine count, the cotton used as raw material is different in the first place, and I think that the mochi is a mochi shop. It's been raining a lot lately, so it's not that hot, but by the time I put on a tank top and a shirt over it, it's over. A word used by manufacturers and retailers as a product slogan to praise various cotton fabrics. ・Smooth ・Gloss The word exists, but I think I can say it after watching this. oh yeah. It is written as 200/2 and read as "Nihyakubante soshi". again. Well, 200 pairs made by DJA using 100% GIZA 45 cotton, so it's natural that the texture of the fabric is very fine. Plain weave. If you look closely, you can see the texture of the fabric, but if you just look at it, you can't see the grain of the fabric. Also, it looks a little dry in the photo, but it's actually wet. I'm not wet. Since it is plain white in this class, it is somewhat transparent. If you look at it like this. However, it is natural. I think some people are worried about the sheerness, but fortunately, The CLASIK shirts are ready-made clothes, and the width of the body is secured, and the arm is also set to have a comfortable amount, so it can be worn from the skin. It's designed to be separated, so I don't think it's as transparent as when you actually make a custom-made shirt with just the right size. For example, if you have worn COMOLI band collar shirts or white COMOLI shirts, and you can tolerate the sheerness of them, it would be no problem at all. By the way, that COMOLI shirt has the same name as this fabric, poplin, and is made of 140 count two-ply yarn. However, you weave it sweetly. That's why it becomes a shirt fabric that contains that much air. And this fabric. expansion. Both warp and weft are 200 count. Then, two strands of 200-count yarn are twisted together to form two-ply yarn. The fineness of the thread and the fineness of the texture. Also, there is almost no fluffing, which is common with cotton, and the texture of the fabric is well-proportioned and beautiful. There are some gaps between the threads, but these gaps and the arrangement of the thin and well-ordered threads deliver an "overwhelming feeling of wearing" from your skin to your brain. Even if you enlarge it further, it looks like this. You can see the beautiful and fresh shine from the thread, no, the fiber stage. This is the water level. Wet. I'm not wet. Despite the tight and tense structure, there is no stress when the owner wears it. This is the fabric prepared for comparison. Domestically woven cotton 100, 140 two-ply typewriter type. It was out of focus due to the balance of colors, but somehow I grabbed it. with feeling. Since it is a typewriter type, it is high density, but I think there is some fluffing and a little disorder of the fabric. Compared to this time, The CLASIK DAVID & JOHN ANDERSON GIZA 45 200/2 Domestic No. 140 two-ply yarn Both have the same magnification. The thread count difference is 200 and 140, so the difference is the thickness of the thread. And the number of tissues displayed on the screen is different. To put it most simply, the CLASIK shirt above has 18 rows of warp yarns on the image, Domestic woven fabrics are only lined up in 15.5 rows in the image. Both wefts are arranged in 9 rows. The CLASIK has more warp threads, even though it is a typewriter, so the number of warps is greater than that of the typewriter. Same number of wefts. In other words, even though there are some gaps, the thread is thin and the number of threads is large. Expand further. The CLASIK DAVID & JOHN ANDERSON GIZA 45 200/2 Domestic No. 140 two-ply yarn It's the same magnification, but you can see that it's completely different. The fineness of the thread, the beauty of the eyes, and the dazzling luster. This domestic 140-count two-ply yarn is a high-level class of high-quality shirt fabric used by domestic brands. In general, there are as many shirts as there are stars in the slogan based only on numbers, but after all, they sell comfort and smoothness and are said to be "the best", but there are many "bargain sales" with that word. I think it's too much. And, well, this The Clasik shirt. I don't just want to tell you about the specs of the fabric, but here's what I want to tell you. In the first place, it seems that this fabric is made by DAVID & JOHN ANDERSON for custom-made shirts. According to Mr. Tanaka of The CLASIK. At this level, the fabric will be full of weaving scratches, and if you just weave it normally, it will be completely useless. It's sewn in Japan, but of course it's not something that any shirt factory can sew. Just by sewing, the seams are very tense, and the finish is greatly influenced by the skill of the factory. There are quite high hurdles to commercialize it. this shirt. And what kind of direction is that kind of shirt made? This shirt is delivered in one wash. Then press lightly. In other words, "washed out" is the premise. And, as I said earlier, normally this kind of fabric belongs to dress wear, but I design and make it in a completely different amount. It's not oversized, but considering the world of dresses, it's a pretty loose fit. Wearing it and washing it in the washing machine will make it more comfortable on the skin and will increase the familiarity with your upper body when worn. It's been washed once, but the fabric is flat and flat when it's brand new. I also used a 200/2 DJA striped type from last season very heavily, and I think I washed it about 150 times. Either hand wash or machine wash. Then the thread will expand. The more it is worn, the better the hit. Therefore, you should wash a lot. this shirt. Since it has been washed once, it already has a little puckering. The buttonholes are also very detailed. Also, yes. The interlining of the collar and cuffs is a temporary fusible interlining. Since the product has been washed, the adhesive surface has already peeled off. So, what is lined up in the store is a plush state. This means that the more you wash it, the more the interlining will swell, giving the collar and cuffs a three-dimensional effect. In addition to that, the collar and cuffs are getting softer, so please think that it will be more comfortable to wear than when it was new. The button is a shell. It feels thick. With puckering everywhere, you don't have to worry too much about washing at home. It's a large gazette. The band color type is named COLLARLESS. Officially, there was an old-style shirt with a detachable collar, a style that allows you to attach and detach the upper collar, but it looks like the upper collar has been removed. Therefore, there are no buttons attached to the collar band, and there are 3 buttonholes. This one has a collar. It's not so vulgar, but it's sewn with a pretty good pitch. Colorless type and With collar. I think it's very nice that this level of fabric can be worn like this. And the price is also unthinkable if it is originally. There is a difference of 500 yen between the collarless type and the collared type, but I think it's wonderful that both are almost 40,000 yen including tax. If you like the shirt, I would be happy if you could consider it. Also, this time there is also this. The CLASIK COLLARLESS SHIRT fabric_DAVID & JOHN ANDERSON 200/2 material_COTTON 100% (GIZA 45) color _ WHITE × BLUE size_48(ML) This is your third appearance. I've been wearing it a lot since last July when it first came out. It's a nice stripe. The quality of fabric and stitching is the same as before. In terms of texture, the plain white color is slightly better, but the combination of the two stripes doesn't give the impression of a business shirt, and I think people who like it will like it. Also, this shirt has a pretty strong slope on the shoulders. Impression that the arm is sharp compared to the width of the body. The shape is quite unique, but I think the standing form is beautiful. Well, if you wear it, you'll understand, so please feel it. If you like it, I would be happy if you could consider it.