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3 shirts.


If you have it anyway.

It was my fault for getting serious.

Addictive knits.

As the temperature drops, I find myself buying clothes that I never thought to buy.

It keeps coming onto my shopping list.

As a clothing store, this is a good problem to have, but it is very troubling.


This is Kinoshita from cliché .

Today I would like to introduce you to a shirt.

The best that I introduced before is also true, and it is a true CLASS...

Without being bound by common sense, an existence that used to be "nothing" suddenly becomes "another" existence.

A denim vest with uncut sleeves? No, no, it's not there.

I want it now even if I put aside other personal orders.

In this way, no matter how much time passes, it will still stimulate our sensibilities.

Even the impossible can be convincing.

Three shirts this time?

No, no, it's not normal...


"CCCA11UNI A" ¥82,500 (TAX IN)

"CCCA11UNI B" ¥132,000 (TAX IN)

That's what I thought, but it's really cool.

It's fun to try on something and discover new variations.

If you look closely, it has also been used in previous products.

Some fabrics are used that may give a nostalgic feel to some viewers.

Such a shirt.

What we have prepared is

Cotton-based "CCCA11UNI A" and

"CCCA11UNI B" based on Japanese paper cashmere.

Cotton x 3 from top.

Even though they are made of the same material, the structure of the fabric is different, so each one has its own individuality.

Some people may be reluctant to wear white shirts, but

This gradation color choice is familiar, so

It looks like that worry will go away.

Three layers of Japanese paper cashmere, cotton, and cotton from the top.

It has the firmness and hardness unique to Japanese paper, and has a three-dimensional texture.

It has a shine and strong shadows.

Neutral colors like blue-gray are also attractive because they blend well with other colors.

Below, there are stripes and checks that are new to the collection.

Three shirts are visible, with the collar and front part being the face of the outfit being the main part.

The back body has a so-called unlined design, with the fabric only covering half of the back.

I thought it would be bulky if there were 3 layers on top of each other, but I don't have that stress at all.

The length has been adjusted to the perfect length so that the hem is stepped from the front.

Perhaps because of this, the height and number of buttons are also different.

It would be interesting to try different buttons for layer 1 and layer 2,

It doesn't work out well because of the difference in height.

Well, that might be good too.

I take the impossible correct answer as the correct answer in my own way.

I think it would be a good idea to pick it up with that much enthusiasm.

The collar is button-down.

The straight collar is reminiscent of 70's shirts, and the hem is also large and sharply rounded.

There are gathers at the base of the cuffs for a dressy look.

Should I simply open the front and show it?

Just like the look, I removed all the button-downs...

It's hard to describe in words, so please take a photo. lol

Fasten the bottom part all the way and wrap the rest around the waist.

Remove all button-downs and keep them on the outside and neck high.

You can also make it look like this.

It's not bulky, and it's different from actually stacking 3 layers, so

Think of it as one shirt with many collars and use it as you normally would.

Aside from the appearance, the way you wear it is the same as always.


CLASS "CCCA14UNI A" ¥63,800 (TAX IN)

cantate "Moleskin Trousers" ¥60,500 (TAX IN)

In early fall, try layering vests.

Of course, even just one photo won't make you feel sad.

One shirt is not enough.

For those who rely on size, such as making it oversized,

You can try expanding your horizons with this shirt.

Apparently you can also tuck in the bottom shirt to show off.

I won't let you get bored.


cantate "Stupid Shaggy Cardigan" ¥159,500 (TAX IN)


cantate "Ribbon Belt" ¥38,500 (TAX IN)

Rios of Mercedes "Harness Latigo Cowboy Roper Style" ¥220,000 (TAX IN)

Denim shirt. Keep it casual.

The round hem makes it comfortable even when worn with a cardigan.

Do whatever you like, but...

I think there are still variations in how to wear it.

Please let me know if you have any.

As a salesperson, I always feel like I'm being tested by that denim vest.

But that time was fun.

what's this! ? It's also charming that you start buying it and end up buying it.

It's a totally unusual design for us, and we usually never pick it up.

If I wore it in front of my parents, I would get a lot of tsukkomi. (But I think my grandma will praise me for being fashionable.)

CLASS is a mass of freedom.

It doesn't matter how you wear it or how you match it.

Mr. Horikiri always wears his casual clothes and gives demonstrations at exhibitions.

Even though I was thinking, ``Oh no, that's cool,'' after a few minutes.

It looks like it's blurry. (The denim vest is exactly that.)

A worldview that I can never imagine or reach.

Nothing but avant-garde.

Freedom, all answers are correct, as usual.

Of course that's true, but we need to find out the background, we need to know.

I'm sure I'm not the only one who feels like I'm being told that.

It's just a fantasy, but I think it's true that I'm interested in its roots.

It's a cheap word, but I've come across it a lot,

I guess it's because I understand the rules of fashion before creating them.

Oh, that's why.

Even though it's so blunt, it's still convincing.


cliché Kinoshita

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