4555 "Tasogare" Heavyweight Flannel Cruiser Shirt Jacket
Studio D'Artisan Cruiser Shirt Jackets feature original Japanese fabrics with original D'Artisan patterns. Both the fabric and the garment design appeal to their inspirations found in American outdoorsman wear" Hunting, hiking, and rural life. The pattern is clearly inspired by traditional American buffalo checks, the ubiquitous flannel patterns, but have been broken up and more more unique and interesting by the D'Artisan team. The result is a fabric that is clearly an Americana outdoors shirt jacket, without looking identical to all the buffalo checks on the street. The universal, classic patterns are arranged in the D'Artisan style and dyed using traditional Japanese dyes: "Hinode" is dyed with Akane dye, while "Tasogare" is dyed with Indigo dye. The Cruiser is cut like an overshirt using a thick, superheavyweight 100% cotton weave with a coarse finish, and you can wear it as either a thick flannel or a jacket.
This "Tasogare" blue colourway is traditionally dyed using natural indigo dye, extracted from the leaves of plants belonging to the Indigofera genus. "Tasogare" features a variety of faded indigo shades depicting the dimming evening sky post-sunset, highlighted excellently by the coarse texture of the weave and the contrast in the pattern. Dusk is the time when the sun drops, the sky becomes dark, and the light fades from the world, making it difficult to distinguish faces and details in the shadows. The Japanese word for "dusk" is said to have originated as a pun on the Japanese word "whosoever". Studio D'Artisan wants you to enjoy these hues, born from ancient Japanese emotions and timeless cultural traditions.
- 4555 "Tasogare" Heavyweight Flannel Cruiser Shirt Jacket
- 100% cotton
- Relaxed Americana style overshirt cut
- Able to be worn as a thick shirt or jacket
- Indigo-dyed heavyweight cotton flannel
- Traditional Americana two-colour patterns
- Two open chest pockets
- Branded snap buttons
- Relaxed fit
- 100% cotton fabrics
- Made in Okayama, Japan
- Rinsed, no shrinkage expected with cold wash and hang dry