Shorts "NEAT"

Recently, this blog has become like an event announcement for customers who came to the store yesterday. That's what I was told, so I didn't intend to do that, but there were certainly a lot of events, so looking back, it was. From now on, I don't have such plans for a while, so I hope you enjoy CASANOVA&Co.'s Spring/Summer collection. So, I will continue to introduce products from here on this blog. However, in the past, I did not only introduce products, but also developed my own theory on each type of clothes, such as "shirts" and "thread usage of fabrics". I thought I'd like to do it. Well, let's do it again. So, today, I will introduce you to the short pants that are a gem in our store this season. NEAT. NEAT shorts for the 2021SS season are limited to only two types, one of which is AWC made from US military fabric. For AWC, we wanted to get as close to the most authentic as possible, only Gurkha shorts. And there is another one that I would like to introduce today. Both types will be on sale from tomorrow. In the first place, when I go to NEAT exhibitions, I always take pictures of the samples so that I can look back so that I don't forget. this in the middle. Finally this. I was taking pictures of the same things over and over again. At exhibitions, I focus my attention and think about a lot of things when I look at them, so it's usually enough to leave a photo once, but I ended up taking the same thing over and over again without even realizing it. I mean, that's how much I was drawn to it. The NEAT collection is divided into domestic fabrics, seasonal original fabrics, and overseas fabrics, but I wonder if the brand has ever used this time. Faliero Sarti. An Italian manufacturer of luxury fabrics. The image of a cashmere stole may be strong. Who knows? I was the same way, and I think that most of the stoles of this Faliero Sarti are on the market in Japan. But it seems that's not all. It doesn't seem to have a long history compared to a long-established British fabric manufacturer, but SINCE 1949. is written on the tag. So about 70 years. Its history. I had a strong image of cashmere and wool, but what NEAT is using this time is completely different. cotton and polyester. 52:48. This mixture is super difficult. And, if I remember correctly, Mr. Nishino said it was recycled polyester. this fabric. The thread is extremely thick, and the colors are navy, off-white, sky blue, charcoal gray, and green. Very multicolored. Still, the strength of the eye of this fabric. However, it looks like an unusual luxury drifting in Munmun. It's a fabric that has already caught my eye. this. Three models were developed in the collection sample of the brand. That's why the store I wanted to handle was the fabric that I couldn't choose from among the three models. And, oh my God, it was all shorts. The reason is that the price of the fabric is so high that it is so expensive. Mr. Nishino said. Those of you who know NEAT know this, but when it comes to NEAT long pants, they have to be hemmed. This is so that the wearer can wear slacks that are properly made with high quality and in the appropriate style. Therefore, the amount of fabric is included in the fabric cost, but this Faliero Sarti is a fabric that could not be made for slacks other than short pants. too too expensive. So, out of the three models, I ordered the one that used the most amount of Faliero Sarti fabric for shorts only. That's cargo shorts. Well, although it is said that it is an expensive fabric, it is clear to anyone who sees it. Overwhelmingly powerful fabric. No matter how you look at it, you can feel the dreadfulness of it. It's that much of a specialty. this. I was completely intrigued by the originality of this fabric when I was at the show and ordered it, but until it was delivered I had no idea what the mix of 52% cotton and 48% polyester would be. world. Just see it with your naked eye. I've never seen a resemblance to this fabric before and it was impossible to parse. with the naked eye. So I was itching to pursue it no matter what, Appearance. microscope. this. I usually look at the same scale all the time, but this time the threads that make up the fabric were too thick, so I could only see one eye of one thread in the usual frame. In the case of the same magnification, the number of eyes can be seen with a high-quality one. Magnification is trade secret. smile This photo shows a high-quality shirting fabric from a certain brand, but when you compare it with the fabric from Faliero Sarti, it looks completely different. Faliero Sarti is the one eye in this photo that fills the screen. this. But when I saw this photo, I realized something. This thread is polyester. Normally, cotton, which is a natural fiber, has hair that grows from the seed to protect it when the cotton flower dies and the seed is exposed. Therefore, even though there are various kinds of fibers, it is said in the clothing industry that they are short fibers (approximately 3 cm in terms of high quality). Therefore, when making cotton thread, you can understand that it must be twisted, spun, and threaded. However, to put it simply, polyester, which is a chemical fiber, has a liquid polymer as a raw material, and it is completed by spraying it from a nozzle with a shower-like structure. Since the yarn is made from polymers, they are called "poly" ester, "poly" urethane, "poly" amide, etc. It is called filament, and unlike short fibers like cotton, it is possible to create endlessly long fibers. That's why it doesn't have to be twisted or twisted. I thought it wasn't there, but then I found out that it wasn't a cotton polyester blend (mixing fibers into yarn). Then, in order to get a better overview, I lowered the magnification to 19.9x. This is the fabric magnified 19.9 times. The sky blue part in the photo above is what you could see on the screen a while ago. If you look at it this way, you can see that the threads running vertically and the threads running horizontally have different surface textures. Against sky blue and navy running vertically, You can see that the green threads running horizontally are bumpy like scales. Here is another photo taken from another location. For the ivory thread and navy thread running in the vertical direction, The white threads that run horizontally are bumpy. yes. In other words, the yarn running in the vertical direction = the warp yarn is polyester. Threads running in the horizontal direction = wefts are cotton. I understand. But I've never seen the weft cotton look like this before. It's a surprisingly thick thread that's comparable to the warp thread, and you can see it with the naked eye, but the structure of the fabric is quite large. Still, I felt that the appearance of the threads on the surface of the weft was not just a twist. So, next, only the weft is enlarged. For example, you can see the string that looks like a "rope" in a tug-of-war. In this case, multiple threads in a "two-ply" state are collectively used as weft threads. I couldn't confirm exactly how many were used together without the naked eye, so I tried to count them steadily. Up to 6 have been confirmed. I just couldn't see more. A weft that has at least 6 double yarns. This is super rare. I don't think anyone would do it. such a thing. A bundle of a large amount of polyester fibers with thin warp threads. A bundle of 6 or more double-wound cotton wefts. However, it is more complicated, This is an expansion of the weave where the sky blue warp and weft threads intersect. Exceptionally, only the sky blue colored thread is used, and the weft is also polyester. The fabric has a certain degree of regularity, but only the sky blue has a different material. This makes a big difference in how you look. When looking at the fabric, unlike other colors, I think the sky blue coloring will make it stand out even more. In general, when it comes to woven fabric, the warp threads have a stronger effect on the appearance of the fabric. However, I think that the combination of cotton and polyester, warp and weft have a positive effect on each other, creating a tremendous and captivating depth. Well, I wrote a lot, Bad fabric. It's good if you think about it. The model is cargo shorts as mentioned above. This is the first time we have handled it. Large cargo pockets as well as slash pockets on both sides. It is easy to imagine that it is convenient storage in the summer. The back pocket is also a patch pocket specification to match the cargo shorts model. NEAT slacks have built-in double bead pockets, so it's a different specification. Marvel will also fit properly. button fly. Cargo shorts also have two darts in the back. As usual on the front, 2 tucks of intucks. The texture of the fabric stands out, but the contrast between the glossy and matte parts is effective due to the difference in materials. Also, the unique Italian texture is amazing. The outline of the pants is quite three-dimensional, and it gives a good shape. For that reason, I don't think it's sticky to the skin. Then wash and it's ok. It's summer, so I think some people are worried about that, but please don't worry. Check it out if you like it. and, In surprise.
Back to blog