Traditionally, a kimono is constructed from bolts of silk measuring 14" / 35-37cm wide and the pattern is developed and carefully laid out to maintain the narrow width.  Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
Traditionally, a kimono is constructed from bolts of silk measuring 14" / 35-37cm wide and the pattern is developed and carefully laid out to maintain the narrow width.  Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
Traditionally, a kimono is constructed from bolts of silk measuring 14" / 35-37cm wide and the pattern is developed and carefully laid out to maintain the narrow width.  Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
Traditionally, a kimono is constructed from bolts of silk measuring 14" / 35-37cm wide and the pattern is developed and carefully laid out to maintain the narrow width.  Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
The pattern is cut from an 'Iromuji' 色無地, vintage kimono bolt.  This type of textile can be worn for both casual to formal occasions including tea ceremonies.  This textile features a hexagonal 'Kikkou', 亀甲, a tortoiseshell woven pattern that signifies longevity and good fortune.  A traditional inspiration for Samurai armor designs.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Traditionally, a kimono is constructed from bolts of silk measuring 14" / 35-37cm wide and the pattern is developed and carefully laid out to maintain the narrow width.  Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Traditionally, a kimono is constructed from bolts of silk measuring 14" / 35-37cm wide and the pattern is developed and carefully laid out to maintain the narrow width.  Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Traditionally, a kimono is constructed from bolts of silk measuring 14" / 35-37cm wide and the pattern is developed and carefully laid out to maintain the narrow width.  Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Traditionally, a kimono is constructed from bolts of silk measuring 14" / 35-37cm wide and the pattern is developed and carefully laid out to maintain the narrow width.  Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The pattern is cut from an 'Iromuji' 色無地, vintage kimono bolt.  This type of textile can be worn for both casual to formal occasions including tea ceremonies.  This textile features a hexagonal 'Kikkou', 亀甲, a tortoiseshell woven pattern that signifies longevity and good fortune.  A traditional inspiration for Samurai armor designs.

N° 15 'fortune' kimono shirt

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vintage kimono bolt fabric.  100% silk.

The pattern is cut from an 'Iromuji' 色無地, vintage kimono bolt.  This type of textile can be worn for both casual to formal occasions including tea ceremonies.  This textile features a hexagonal 'Kikkou', 亀甲, a tortoiseshell woven pattern that signifies longevity and good fortune.  Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, back yoke, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.

Every piece is one of a kind and hand-numbered.  All wear and idiosyncrasies are unique to the textile.  Handcrafted by artisans in New York City.

size & measurements:
One size fits all (XS-L).  Model (5' 11" / 180cm)
Front length from neck: 28" / 71cm
Back length from neck: 32" / 81cm
Chest: 24" / 61cm

care & longevity:
Spot treat to clean or bring to a green dry cleaner. May be sensitive to treatment with dry cleaning chemicals.

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