Destroy dyed Horse leather jacket - ST105-0049A
Availability: In stock
|Size||Shoulder||Pit to Pit||Length||Sleeve|
D.HYGEN [SADDAM TEISSY] 19-20 Autumn Winter Collection.
· Using leather from creator team "Why not? Products" which is based in Himeji, 0.9 mm thick horse leather was jointly developed and used. The concept of this term is yo have leather which produced an intense unevenness feeling by hand dye and processing.
It expresses the ground surface of "PERMAFROST".
· The lining has a reversible specification using bulky wool cotton jersey.
· Product wash was done to draw unevenness feeling and softness.
· It is an item that plays an intermediate role between a shirt and jacket by finishing it lightweight.
· Excella fasteners.
Made in Japan
About D.HYGEN [SADDAM TEISSY]
Designer:Not made public
D.HYGEN has for concept「「STRAINISM」＝ linked to the concept of tension principle.」under which their products are made with a basic style disassembled and reconstructed. And making them into "real clothes" that have a very beautiful and unique aspect. The leather is tailored according to a special technique, to which metal parts are added to create this industrial, cold and hard impression that make the uniqueness of these products.
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