WB-4003 Mr.Railroad Double Wabash Jacket
SIZE CHART WB4003
|Garment Width (cm)||—50||—52||—54||—57|
|Sleeve Length (cm)||—61||—62||—64||—65|
|Short Description|| FEATURE
In the early 1900's, cylinder printing by steam engine began.
This makes it possible to print continuous patterns such as stripe pattern by indigo fabric.
But around the 1930's, indigo dyed fabrics suddenly become unacceptable to the public, due to changes in times and demand.
The huge popular Wabash is still a phantom fabric that was actually produced only for about 30 years.
D'Artisan solved the original material at the time, created 2 original consecutive wabash (DOUBLE WABASH).
Using warp for indigo and weft for black.
2 Continuous Discharge Dot Stripe is a special fabric made by imagining a cylinder print in the early 1900's steam engine, daringly making it uneven and making discharge not penetrate on the back.
While designing jacket based on vintage coveralls, it has been making it into contemporary silhouettes that made sleeves and waist with pre-swing, shapes.
The classic sewing specifications such as pocket and other strokes returning with one stroke, while imagining the era without background reinforcement etc until the 1920's. As well as that time, the change button is used.
USED processing expresses texture like to wear for many years by topping beige.
- Material: 100% cotton
- Made In Japan
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