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It's not that I like sweatshirts.


modern military.

This is a souvenir from Germany.

Chemical reaction.

cantate 23SS is starting!

Start with cantate denim.


This is Kinoshita from cliché.

For us, it can be said that it is already the strongest standard.

The 23SS version of cantate's sweat series is now in stock.

Sweatshirts are easy.

It's cheap, it's a consumable item, and you can have as many clothes as you like.

I think this is the opinion of the world,

Regarding cheap and consumables, I cannot agree with you at all.

Cheap, consumables, and easy-going, if you put these things together, you end up going easy and not looking stylish.

Cheap sweatshirts are not the standard,

As I wrote in a previous blog, "It used to be expensive."

It is not normal because it is permanent.

I would like to have a sweatshirt that is made to the fullest.

Since I wear it roughly and use it heavily on a daily basis, I can get away with something cheap.

Buying more, buying more, consuming and consuming is not good.

Sweatshirts are expensive. And it can be worn for a long time, so you can wear it as many times as you want.

In my case it's like this.

I wasn't particularly fond of sweatshirts, and I didn't own many, but I got hooked on them.

Considering how often I wear it, it doesn't matter how many I wear or what colors I wear.

Something that I would like to have in all colors and put in my closet.

That's why my wallet is screaming.

However, the reason why you think that way is because there are many parts that other sweatshirts cannot compensate for.

I came up with this idea because of the cantate sweat series.

I don't like sweatshirts.

I like "cantate sweatshirts".


"Sulfur dye Parka" ¥60,500 (TAX IN)

"Sulfur dye Crew Neck Pullover" ¥55,000 (TAX IN)

"Sulfur dye Pants" ¥55,000 (TAX IN)

This time with bold coloring,

Available in two colors: stable BLACK and unusual TURQUOISE .

I will introduce the details from here, but to be honest, the price has increased and the texture has changed,

In addition, I thought that many people would avoid it because of this color.

But that's not the case; everyone has the same choice.

I get the impression that there are many situations where people come to buy BLACK but end up with TURQUOISE .

Taking the previous MUSTARD as an example,

If you take off your outerwear when you go out to eat, people who like clothes will say it's a good idea, but

If you don't like flashy things, for example, your mother, grandmother, or other family members,

I think it's flashy. (If it's a child, it's fine because it's easy to find if they get separated)

On the other hand, regarding this TURQUOISE, regardless of those,

It's a nice color.

I feel like I can hear that voice.

Colors that are flashy but blend in easily.

In a sense, it can be considered a calming color.

I bought a black kettle.

I now regret that I should have bought TURQUOISE .

I only regret that I should have ordered more hoodies.

I want to slap myself half a year ago and ask why I got so defensive.

In the end, even though I have CHARCOAL, I also want a black version.

After all, it doesn't matter what color it is.

By the way, I wrote that the texture has changed this time,

Instead of the chewy and moist texture of the previous non-twisted yarn, it has a crisp and dry texture.

It feels like it's made in the USA.

Of course, there is no difference in the fleece knitted with a loop knitting machine.

The chewy sweatshirts we've always had are reactively dyed to prevent color fading.

Since it's a natural fiber, it may fade, but the original color lasted for a long time.

This time it's sulfur dyed.

As you wear it, the color gradually fades and becomes a faded gradation color.

At first, it was naturally 100% attractive.

However, in a few years, it should gradually increase to 150 or 200%.

A sweatshirt that grows just like denim.

BLACK is like gray, but when you get sunburned, it starts to take on a purple-like color, and the color may or may not fade in some areas.

I wore TURQUOISE so much that it ended up looking like a light gray with a hint of blue.

In that case, 20 to 30 years. Like the VINTAGE Reverse Weave that I have now, I'm sure it will remain cool even after 50 years.

It's up to you how the color fades.

I'd rather see it, see the progress, and talk about it.

For now, I'll be wearing BLACK, so I'll introduce the changes on my blog again!

The hood of the parka is an afterthought.

Separate the pockets with a stitch in the center.

I think this design is irresistible for vintage lovers.

The sizing is close to the previous one, but a little looser.

But now I feel like wearing it loosely.


cantate "The Blazer" ¥231,000 → ¥115,500 (TAX IN)

cliché "BDU JACKET SET UP (wearing pants only)" ¥77,000 (TAX IN)


cantate "Assemblage Grange Cardigan" ¥159,500 (TAX IN)


Needless to say, TURQUOISE looks great on innerwear.

BLACK has the image of being familiar, but if you wear it repeatedly, it will become an impactful piece.

If that happens, it might be a good idea to damage it or blow it up in the dryer.

The crew neck is also a little loose.

The reverse weave and front and back gussets remain the same, but the sleeve specifications have also changed.

What is noteworthy here is that the cotton tape on the sleeves is also dyed.

It's subtle yet subtly intriguing.

The hem has wide ribbing, tightens at the waist, and has a unique silhouette with vertical wrinkles at the shoulders.

It is close to the form of the 80's.

It's nostalgic, and in the end, this is probably the most calming, classical form.



cantate "Denim 1955 Trousers" ¥42,900 (TAX IN)


cliché "BDU JACKET SET UP (wear only jacket)" ¥77,000 (TAX IN)

cantate "The Band Collar Shirt" ¥49,500 (TAX IN)

Sometimes layered with shirts and turtlenecks.

You can try wrapping it with a scarf or tie it up with a shirt for a modern look.

He will also emerge as a new option in the first team.

The pants are the same as before.

There are many people who are repeating one more, one more,

Well, we're almost out of stock. .

If you are worried, please contact us as soon as possible.


cantate "Mac Coat" ¥275,000 → ¥192,500 (TAX IN)

refomed "OLD MAN TRACK JACKET" ¥27,500 (TAX IN)


cantate "Moc Neck L/S Shirt" ¥27,500 (TAX IN)

Yeah, good! lol

The sweatshirts I've been picking up so far have pilled up quickly and are no longer used as loungewear.

In the end, I bought something new and of a certain quality, and then I ended up using it as loungewear again, repeating the process.

Cotton and T/C are the mainstream, so I wash them after wearing them once because they get dirty.

But I was tired of being stiff and stretched and sometimes shrunk and thrown around.

When it comes to buying things, it's a hassle if you run out of your favorite brand, and it's also a hassle to find a new one.

Oh my god, it's so stressful.

That's why I honestly had no interest in sweatshirts and just bought them randomly.

It's the kind of thing that ruins people's lives, as they buy things at random, take it easy on styling, and in a sense, slack off.

Don't wear leather shoes with sneakers and sweatshirts.

That's fine, but that's not what I want to do...

But this cantate sweatshirt took away that stress.

Of course, you can wear it loosely, or you can wear it perfectly.

A sweatshirt that you can rely on at any time.

You don't have to wear it carefully just because it's expensive,

In extreme terms, even if it doubles as loungewear and outerwear, it will still live up to your trust.

I don't like sweatshirts.

I like "cantate sweatshirts".



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