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Thursday
Dec272012

Studio D'Artisan Natural Sweat

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01. Loopwheel cloth from Wakayama.
02. Made in Japan on vintage looms.

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Another fine example of an everyday essential, this time from the consistently excellent Studio D'Artisan, and available online from the UK based Superdenim.

Available at Superdenim

Sunday
Nov112012

Studio D'Artisan - Herringbone Twill Coverall

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—01. Front patch pockets half lined and riveted.
—02. Double-needle chain stitch sewing throughout.

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A classic garment, produced in a beautiful one-wash herringbone twill by one of the best reproduction brands around. As timeless and easy-to-wear as it gets.

Available at Blue In Green

Saturday
Aug112012

Studio D'Artisan T-Shirts

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01. Mid Weight Navy.
02. Heavy Weight White.

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Summer may well be on its last legs, but the heat of August must still be suffered before the more forgiving and usually cooler September arrives. It's at about this time when I've worn in and worn out almost all of my summer T-shirts, and am quite frankly sick of wearing the same two or three things every day. These mid and heavy weight loopwheel T-shirts from Studio D'Artisan might be a little on the expensive side, but when they're 50% of your entire outfit, the price starts to look a little more reasonable.

Available at Blue in Green

Monday
Sep262011

Studio D'Artisan Heavyweight Workshirt

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—01. Extended tab collar.
—02. Chainstitch run-offs.

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How many chambray shirts have appeared on this blog at one point or another? Probably quite a few, but in all honesty, a good example seen up close never fails to impress. Which is exactly the case with this Studio D'Artisan version: the fabric is exceptional and the details just right. It's also nice to see a shirt that's a little different from the abundance of other options, and the semi-hidden placket on this model certainly makes for a nice break from the norm.

Available at Blue In Green

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