商品のお受け取りは here 営業時間内でお願いいたします。
here limited item
This item is currently listed at Daikanyama Tsutaya Bookstore, so the inventory is linked with this online store.
Even if it is "in stock", it may be sold out at the Tsutaya store.
We are trying to synchronize as much as possible, but please forgive us in that case.
The hoodie of the used sweatshirt, which is finely stitched together, uses a double-needle sewing machine to reduce the thickness of the seams and make it neat.
We would like you to pay attention to the patchwork technique, such as the combination of subtle color differences, the used ribs used near the ribs, and the details of the cuffs.
fab-graff by SHUN SASAKI
Silkscreen print (X pattern) on the front.
SIZE 02(cm): Length (CB) 71/Shoulder Width 61.5/Bust 128/Sleeve Length 90/Sleeve Length 60/Sleeve Width 50/Cuffs 23 <Wearing Model: 158cm>
Material: Old clothes: used sweatshirts, ribs: 80% cotton, 20% nylon
Japanese product number: YR23AW-048
・Avoid ironing the printed part as it will affect the quality of the print.
・Because it is a remake item using vintage clothes, there may be stains and scratches. Please note that it is a part that we would like you to enjoy as a texture of old clothes.
・Since the inventory is linked to the actual store, it may be sold out at the store even if you purchase it. If the product is not available, we will contact you separately. Please note.
With graphic designer Shun Sasaki, fab-graff (fab graph >> fabric graffiti.YR's unique method of remaking fabrics and prints like graffiti.) 3 types ( RE, Mi, X) graphics are developed.
graphic designer/art director
Born in Sendai in 1985.
Graduated from Tama Art University Graphic Design Department in 2010.
Established AYOND in 2016.
Received the 2020 JAGDA Newcomer Award. So far, the poet Tahi Saihate's books and poems such as "The night sky is always the densest blue", The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo "Place of Design", Akita City Sponsored "Take 200 Years" ”, “NHK Kouhaku Uta Gassen” program logo design and art direction. Participating exhibitions include the 2018 Ota City Museum of Art and Library, “Looking at Words, Walking with Words: Landscapes with Poetry and Songs.”