Japan Kokura Stripe

霜降小倉 紺×黒

Pepper and Salt Navy × Black

霜降小倉 紺×黒

  • #902
  • SHIMA-SHIMA P&S
  • 2014

Kokura Stripes was originally used to make Japanese hakama trousers, then later to make school uniforms during the Meiji era. I respect our ancestors for their excellent design sense. Kokura Stripes, the Japanese version of denim, both durable and strong, was suited to clothing worn by young male students. Yarn--dyeing, with two types of twisted yarns, results in a solid color fabric, which has an interesting effect due to the 2 colors used.

SAMPLING COLOR
RELEASE
2014
COMPOSITION
Cotton 100%
CONSTRUCTION
40/2 × 40/2 Twill Weave
MINIMUM PATTERN UNIT
–cm