A.PRESSE "Silk Padding Jacket"

A.PRESSE is a project that aims to think about and create clothes that can be added to our wardrobes.

I have the problem that even if I buy a lot of clothes, I end up wearing my favorite clothes.
That's why my fashion is so ordinary and boring.
To be honest, I would like to increase the number of favorites.
I want a lot of things that I want to wear every day.
That's all I have for clothes.

If you look at second-hand clothing stores, there is a high probability that you will find clothes that you can keep wearing forever.
Actually, I want clothes that are current and match the vintage style.
All the cool people around me are like that.
I admire how well he mixes new and old things.

Even though there are so many things and so much information,
Why can't I find my favorite to join the team?

Exhausted from unnecessary shopping,
In order to solve this mystery, I decided to create an editorial department that can create and disseminate things.

"Silk Padding Jacket"

This ribbed blouson features a moderately roomy silhouette with a slightly strong shoulder slope and a tight ribbed hem with a compact kick. The outer material is an ultra-high-density double cloth made of silk filament yarn for the warp and fine-count cotton for the weft. By applying Nidom Bio processing to the finish, the silk on the surface becomes fibrillated and the luster is subdued, giving it a very smooth vintage taste while retaining just the right amount of firmness. The padding is extremely thin, so it can be worn for a long time, and the lining is made of light and slippery silk taffeta with a fibrillated surface that has been processed with a washer.

size (cm)
2/ Length 66 Sleeve length 90 Width 67
3/ Length 68 Sleeve length 92 Width 70
Model wearing: 178cm Wearing size: 3

Material: Silk 52% Cotton 48%
Made in Japan
Product number :24SAP-01-08H

*This product is currently on sale in stores, so it may already be sold out by the time you place your order.
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