A.PRESSE Super processing

Today, I would like to introduce A.PRESSE. A. I think that PRESSE is very outstanding in Japan and in the world. Of course, it's a Japanese brand, but compared to other domestic brands, I think it's number one. that is, "processing". This processing is a post-processing called "product processing", and it is by far the best in that regard. That's why, well, sometimes it's like a recommended domestic brand that appears on Instagram, but there are also things that appear with domestic brands in that area. It is obvious that it is completely different. This is something only Mr. Shigematsu of A.PRESSE can do. absolutely. No matter how many other brands try to do the same thing, no matter how talented designers try to do it, I don't think A.PRESSE can compete with A.PRESSE at this point. About 10 years ago, when I was a student, I used to sell jeans and other types of replicas in the vintage replica industry in Japan and the United States. However, I have never seen a brand that is as good as A.PRESSE. And in this price zone. Well, if it's a one-of-a-kind, completely hand-made item that's processed into a 100,000-yen or 200,000-yen denim product, there might be something comparable. Well, when it comes to that, I'll pay another shot and make it original. I think it's a feeling, and I don't think there's a chance that such a one-of-a-kind thing will come around to me. A.PRESSE doesn't have a large amount of this product, but it's amazing that it's mass-produced. Listening to Mr. Shigematsu's story, I can't do this normally because it takes an unreasonable cost and effort to commercialize it. I think. That's why I think it's very wonderful that something of that quality can be commercialized and delivered to everyone. Well, all products have a maximum limit and distribution is controlled, so it's difficult to give it to everyone who wants it. Today, I would like to introduce four types. A. PRESE Washed Denim Wide Pants material_COTTON 100% color_INDIGO size_30,32,34,36,38 First, this. 501XX motif. This processing, hontto, Yabayaba. this front. Already, when I saw this, it was a thing at that time when the condition was already mysteriously good. That's what it looks like. Especially if you know or have the original, I think you can get a sense of the level just by looking at this photo. Let me introduce you to the details. The stitching is a mixture of yellow and orange colored threads. And the sleek (pocket bag cloth) is also dyed in beige. And the back pocket has a hidden candome and a hidden rivet. The color contrast, the back pocket reinforcement, the use of colored threads, the coloring of the denim, everything looks like it was 70 years ago. The tuck button on the button fly is a post-installation specification to withstand processing, but the "V stitch" from the waist belt to the top button of the XX detail is of course still alive. With yellow stitch properly. How to run the puckering of the waist band, the coin pocket, the side pocket, the appearance, the color scheme of the stitch color. with XX. Selvage behind the coin pocket unique to XX. So far, there are things that are around, but surprisingly, I don't see much lately, belt loops. "Medium and high" specification with double stitching running on the belt loop and raised center of the belt loop. Was this a specification at the time to prevent the belt loops from rubbing and the stitches that make up the belt loops from wearing out? I forgot. something like that. It is also faithfully reproduced. In the olden days, people made fine adjustments to their clothes. back. As mentioned above, since it is a specification of hidden rivets and rivets, the rivets and rivets are hidden in the pocket opening from the front so that they cannot be seen. When I was at a sewing factory, it was white denim because it was product-dyed jeans. Then it's hard to remove the pocket and put it back on. The sewing line gets stuck, I have to untie the stiff rivet threads that are difficult to move, and I have to use force to remove the rivets. , Early 20s who had reattached. The original XX was short, wasn't it? I am reproducing it too. Quinch stitch that goes into the back side of the side pocket. Also called side stitch. Of course, the outseam side is Selvage. And a hem chain. Conversely, the inseam is an interlock. From the right, it is composed of three colors of orange, yellow, and white. Well, since the hem is chain-stitched, it naturally creates a unique puckering, but the width of the hem chain is the same as the original XX. A chain stitch enters at 8mm from the edge of the hem. Surprisingly, I've seen brands that put stitches at 1cm, so if you want to be faithful, 8mm is the way to go. Selvage with neat open sides. As a result, if you like it, you can get your favorite Atari. I really like this outseam ear hit. So, if you've already liked it, I think you've noticed how the color of this fabric fades. This cannot be produced unless you absolutely aim for the 501XX perfectly. A double X that falls at a "point" instead of a "surface". I have a different aura. I think that the fabric is made in Okayama, sewn in Okayama, and processed in Okayama, but the quality is amazing. By the way, I think the sewing thread was core spun. The winding stitches everywhere are natural, because they are winding stitches without plain stitching. No complaints. So this price. this is, seriously,,, absolutely,,,, No other. I can confidently say so. Well, if I wanted to introduce a more detailed, so-called jeans poop type, there would be many, but this one has the same details as the 501XX, so it might be a good idea to take this opportunity to look at the XX. Then you can see the details of A.PRESSE. Regarding these jeans, we deal with the maximum order quantity set by the brand, but since there are 5 sizes available, it was difficult to sort out the sizes. That's why I'm sorting the size according to my mystery theory when ordering. I hope from tomorrow that this distribution is correct. A. PRESE Washed denim pants material_COTTON 100% color_ECRU size_30,32,34,36 Next is this. A.PRESSE has three types of jeans this season. So, it's unusually hard to tell in a photo about this. Unfortunately. I think the power of the real thing is 90% down. So, in a way, take a look. photograph. It looks just like white denim anymore, but the real thing is completely different. at all. As for this, "processing" is panee. Do you understand? ? This process reproduces dirt. All of A.PRESSE's clothes are processed from "actually existing" items taken from vintage and second-hand clothes that Mr. Shigematsu has a mountain of. This fabric has a very prominent twill weave, and in addition to that, the processing is extremely outstanding. If I remember correctly, there are the same series of INDIGO and BLACK besides this ECRU, but I felt the atmosphere of a different genre only in this ECRU among the three variations. Therefore, it is an ECRU-only deployment. Unlike the previous XX, this one does not have hidden rivets in the back pocket. Faithful to the times. As you can see, it is a button fly, but there is no V stitch on the waist belt as well. But the hem is properly chained. The out seam is a split over, and the in seam is an interlock. Since there are no hidden rivets, both ends of the pocket opening feel flat. I'm surprised myself because the photo doesn't show the atmosphere of processing too much, but the real thing looks good. As for these pants, rather than recreating old ones, I see them as a designer's brand that is a minority in New York that has been processed in various ways by hand. I think it creates that kind of mood. If you wear a lot of these pants and want to feel a little more processed, you can burn them yourself with a burner. If it goes well, I feel like that would suit me. I think it will be charred if it fails. smile A. PRESE 3rd Type Jacket material_COTTON 100% color_ECRU size_44,46,48 And next is this. It looks like the same coloring as the ECRU denim, but it's just slightly different. Also processed. As before, the twill fabric has a firm texture, but at the stage of the fabric, it is slightly, slightly, slightly dyed in beige. This is the shade of the fabric that pursued Mr. Shigematsu's ideal. Then cut and sew. Finally, product processing. This jacket is also shocking because the power of processing is greatly reduced in this photo, but the real thing is powerful. The shape is also pursued, so the shape has been improved from the original, but the details are quite original. As for the sewing, the rolled seams are neatly sewn everywhere. Processing of transcendental fine dirt. This is a manual process, but it is applied to all products in the same way. The cuffs are relatively strong. Also, the collar. It reproduces the yellowed dirt on the neck. What's more, it's not just about whether you know it or not, it's dirty. smile It might be good for those who like this sort of thing. A. PRESE Vintage US ARMY Chino Trousers material_COTTON 100% color_BEIGE size_1,2 Finally this. It is a so-called "41 khaki" model. In masculine brands, there are quite a few khakis, right? But hey, this is completely different. Contrary to its appearance, it is transcendentally processed. The center press has been added many times, and the time that has been worn for many years has been recreated tremendously. Atari of sunburn, dirt and press. Super processing to reproduce any of them. I think that the touch of the fabric that everyone can not hide their surprise. The front looks like an old burnt bakelite button. The coin pocket is also arranged with an extra-fine bead. Specifications without a waist belt like the original. And a built-in pocket with thin beads. And the press marks of the back that you can feel the traces that the owner has applied a large number of center presses. This fabric is made by applying resin many times with a brush to the original fabric and then washing it. Then spray it on and iron it with iron. Then apply resin. The fabric has been processed by repeatedly washing it at the end. That's why I'm doing a touch of fabric that I can rarely meet. There is too much gap between the appearance and the touch. smile It's that kind of fabric. So, even though it's in its current state of being brand new, it's a 41 khaki that seems to have great things to come. The shape is Zudon. Well, please look forward to the overwhelming feeling of the real fabric for this as well. All will be on sale from the 23rd (Sat). Experience 4 types of A.PRESSE transcendence processing.
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