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Model height 183cm White /Wearing L (black print on white)
Model height 183cm Black /Wearing L (black with white print)
Model height 168cm wearing White /M (black print on white)
Model height 168cm wearing Black /M (black with white print)
Model height 168cm Black /Wearing L (black with white print)
Model height 171cm wearing gray/M (gray print on white)
Model height 171cm wearing gray/L (gray print on white)
White /M Wearing
White /L Wearing
White /L Wearing
Beyond The Difference, Something in Common" printed by artisans in block print
White /M (black print on white background)
Black /M (white print on black background)
Gray/M (Gray print on white background)
Yellow /M (Yellow printed on black)
White /L (black print on white background)
Black /L (white print on black background)
Gray/L (Gray print on white background)
Yellow /L (Yellow printed on black)
Beyond T-shirt Organic Cotton
¥12,100 (incl. tax)
This product is available at the online store and ERIKO YAMAGUCHI Tokyu Plaza Ginza Store. Please click here for details.
This unisex T-shirt with a relaxed feel features ERIKO YAMAGUCHI's concept of "Beyond The Difference, Something in Common" printed by artisans in block print. Because all the work is done by hand, the degree of blurring differs from piece to piece depending on the amount of force applied during printing, creating a design that allows the wearer to enjoy the "difference" in the message. The monotone coloring makes it a piece that can be worn with any bottoms.
The fabric is light and has a good thickness, making it comfortable and easy to wear on a daily basis.
The M size is short and well balanced with bottoms, while the L size is stress-free and loose, yet still has a neat look and feel, making it a dress that can be worn alone.
Organic cotton from India is used for the jersey knitting. The firm, taut fabric has excellent elasticity and breathability. You will enjoy the softness of the fabric and its light touch.
We recommend wearing an inner layer for White because of the transparency of the fabric.
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All garments are laid flat on a flat table and measured outside dimensions.
Individual differences of 1 to 2 cm may occur during the production process even for the same product.
|アテンション||Due to the nature of the material, dark-colored items may cause color migration due to friction when wet or worn. Please be careful when wearing it over light-colored garments. In the event of color migration, please wash the garment immediately.|
Do not use detergents containing fluorescent bleach. When washing in a washing machine, please wash on a low setting, such as hand wash mode. Dark-colored products may cause color migration, so please wash separately from white and light-colored clothes. Please use a laundry net when washing.
After washing, please take out the product immediately and hang dry in the shade after shaping. Due to the nature of the fabric, it may shrink slightly. Please avoid tumbler drying.
Please use a cloth for ironing.
I am a designer at Eriko Yamaguchi. I would like to share with you where my inspiration came from and what I am particular about when I am making a product.
Beyond T-shirt Organic Cotton
special T-shirts with a message
Beyond the difference, something in common" is the brand concept that ERIKO YAMAGUCHI started with.
In this day and age, conflicts and disputes arise from various differences, but I am making products that transcend national borders with colleagues from 10 different countries.
In the process, we have come to recognize and accept values and differences.
I have put the message of "Let's work toward a common dream or something in common even if we are in different positions" into both my brand and my clothes.
The most important message of the brand is printed on Indian cotton fabrics in black and white.
Block print with traces of handiwork
There are many machine printed T-shirts in the world.
Most of them are uniform and most of them are made by a method called "screen printing".
This method can print designs and colors in great detail.
However, I wondered, "Does this uniform printing method fit the philosophy and the message I want to convey? I thought about it.
It might be more in line with our philosophy if each T-shirt had a different character, with different wear and tear, and a different thinness.
With this in mind, I printed the characters using a traditional Indian technique called block printing, which uses woodblocks.
As you can see, some parts of the letters have been rubbed off, but I would be happy if you could accept them as an expression of recognition of difference!
Enjoy the unique appearance of the letters.
I actually really like the black T-shirt.
I decided to paint the black with white letters, but actually the white dye was so thin that the letters did not come out cleanly.
Only the edges appeared darker, or blurred...the finished product varied considerably.
At first, I thought, "This is NG, isn't it? but this difference was the point for me.
"This is what I want! I want to choose my own unique print feel!" I immediately replied.
Everyone on the team showed such generosity that I was troubled by the opposite.
I hope everyone will enjoy the difference by wearing this T-shirt!
A White Thread Born from a Happening
Actually, this was also born from a happening. When we dyed a white T-shirt entirely black as a sample, only the sewing threads remained white and were not dyed black. (In the final product, the fabric is dyed and then sewn.)
I thought that the white threads looked lovely on the black T-shirt, so I requested, "I want to make only the black T-shirt with white threads! I wanted to use white thread only for the black T-shirts!
This T-shirt came into shape through a variety of coincidences.
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