Up until now, we have introduced various items such as sweats, G-jackets, and set-ups, but this time we will introduce T-shirts.
Like me, don't you have a lot of T-shirts?
Our proposal was based on things that most people don't have.
Also, this time too, it will be an absurd project for IMPRESTORE.
This is because the color range is... 8 completely original colors and patterns.
I like the colors of Ivy League colleges. There are many very nice colors such as Dartmouth's deep green, Harvard's wine, and Yale's slightly dull navy.
J.PRESS: “I can’t choose, so can I plan them all?”
That's what I asked.
Moreover, since it is always a small lot, I am sorry for the project that made IMPRESTORE and the factory cry.
If we explain the color and color scheme a little more, first of all, in terms of plain color, it is a Ringer T-shirt. I'd like to think that the ringer T-shirts I see at thrift stores tend to be tight and small, but the relaxed silhouette feels fresh when I see it now.
It still has a very American feel to it.
There are four types of borders, but they all have different pitches.
This was planned based on the pitch image of various T-shirts worn by Will Smith from Fresh Prince of Bel Air in the 90's. (lol) The same goes for thick pitch stripes.
The material is a standard IMPRESTORE material that I also love.
The texture is thick and reproduces the uneven feel and dry touch seen on USA T-shirts from the 1970s.
What I think is truly impressive about IMPRESTORE is the exquisite feel that faithfully reproduces this point in a way that makes it easy to wear.
Camber is thick for professional clubs, still thick even for good wear, and feels a little thin for Gildan, something in between. (lol)
In terms of specifications, the sleeves and hem of many T-shirts are often sewn with twin needles, but this T-shirt has a top-to-bottom (hemming) process [single hem] that can only be sewn by a limited number of craftsmen. ] on the sleeves and hem to recreate the atmosphere of the time.
Regarding the silhouette and size, I wanted to create a one-size-fits-all product.
We have people of various heights and body types wear it, and we have made it a size that will look cool no matter who wears it.
The shoulders are dropped, the width is perfect, and the size is only available in size F.
It's not a summer T-shirt, so I'd be happy if you could style it in a variety of ways and enjoy it.
Personally, I would like to wear it loosely with J.PRESS's baggy fit BD shirt, and I think it would also be nice to wear it under a blazer or jacket.
Also, the silhouette of the pants doesn't matter, so you can pair them with anything, slim or wide.
Please try it in store.
*Release date: 4/16 (Friday)
*In addition to the online store, you can also order by calling the J.PRESS & SON'S AOYAMA store or by sending an INSTAGRAM DM.
We look forward to your visit and inquiries.
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