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Studio D'Artisan 5678-DORO Amami M... Studio D'Artisan 5678-DORO Amami Mud Dyed Flannel Shirt

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£ 177.00

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    Studio D'Artisan 5678-DORO Amami Mud Dyed Flannel Shirt

    Colour : Brown

    Regular Price

    £ 295.00

    £ 177.00

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    Let's find your perfect fit

    Free delivery over £ 100 | Free UK exchanges

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    Description

    Mud dyeing (dorozome) is a dyeing process used on the island of Amami Oshima which dates back over a thousand years. The famous dark brown colour is realised from the use of plants native to Amami and the dorozome dyeing process where the yarns get soaked in mud.

    Made in Japan
    100% cotton
    Rinsewashed to minimise shrinkage
    'Dorozome' mud dyed
    Double breast pockets
    Tagua nut buttons
    Gusseted side seams
    Double needle chainstitch
    Heavyweight flannel
    Slim fit - recommended to size up

    This is where it all began. The first of the legendary 'Osaka 5', Studio D'Artisan was founded in 1979 by Shigeharu Tagaki, a designer who had been learning his trade in France. Inspired by French workwear and especially the American jeans craze sweeping Japan in the late sixties and early seventies, Tagaki started reproducing vintage denim on old Toyada G-3 shuttle looms. Disappointed with the poor quality of mass-produced jeans which flooded the market in the 1980s, the company was soon making original denim goods, utilising designs and production techniques from the golden age of jeans. It wouldn't be an overstatement to say that the company was one of the prime reasons for the explosion of interest in Japanese denim in the late nineties and early aughts. In fact, SDA claim that their flagship model 'DO-1' was the first raw selvedge jean produced in Japan, making it the granddaddy of Japanese quality denim.

    But Studio D'Artisan aren't a brand living in the past. They continue to produce a wide range of high-quality products which make them one of the most sought-after Japanese denim brands (the scarcity of Western stockists only adds to the demand). We at JEANSTORE are proud to offer a wide selection of SDA's wares, from jeans to clothing and accessories.

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    Studio D'Artisan.

    This is where is all began. The first of the legendary 'Osaka 5', Studio D'Artisan was founded in 1979 by Shigeharu Tagaki, a designer who had been learning his trade in France. Inspired by French workwear and especially the American jeans craze sweeping Japan in the late sixties and early seventies, Tagaki started reproducing vintage denim on old Toyada G-3 shuttle loom. Disappointed with the poor quality of mass-produced jeans which flooded the market in the 1980s, the company were soon making original denim goods, utilizing designs and productions techniques from the golden age of jeans.

    It wouldn't be an overstatement to say that the company was one of the prime reasons for the explosion of interest in Japanese denim in the late nineties and early aughts. In fact, SDA claim that their flagship model 'DO-1' was the first raw selvedge jean produced, making it the granddaddy of Japanese quality denim.

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