Hameauze Jacquard Blue Graphic Omnibus Culottes Pants
This year's strongest item is a complete omnibus radical that carefully selects the graphic T pattern and adds it to the jacquard knit luxury. This time I would like you to challenge yourself as an item that is easier to incorporate due to the softness and familiarity gained by making the intense pattern jacquard.
Front right: "Ds'yte Metal Skull" Skull that seems to appear on the tarot card carries a spear on his back and a metalic skull with a dynamic and daunting feeling that throws up a sickle is a world view that leads to Death Metal such as death, corpse, hell . Ds'yte with dark print and metal font on black. Lower right front: "Black Is Modest" Message
Front left: Gentleman Marionette 94AW HOMME Collection The marionette collection was a tribute to the gentleman marionette.
Pocket: "THE S'YTE WALTZ"
Back left: "Hindu God Ganesha" The Indian Hindu series that makes you feel the remnants of the times when you were devoted to India with Yohji Yamamoto 93SS, 04AW, etc. Ganesha is a pillar of the Hindu god. It is a god with a human body with a potbelly and an elephant head with one fang broken, and has four arms. It is said to remove obstacles and bring property, and is regarded as the god of business start and god of commerce and learning. Many worshipers throughout the Deccan Plateau centering on Maharashtra, India. A son of Shiva and Goddess of Parvathi, worshiping Ganesha, who is worshiped as the god of learning, the god of prosperous business, and the god of obstacle elimination, and worshiping Ganesha that brings happiness is the best sign. A modern Ganesha that draws hands and letters from the background in a collage monotone.
Back right: “Two Demons Marionette” Estimated from 1930s to 1940s Two vintage handmade marionettes that were actually used in the puppet show at that time were one set of demon-like appearances.
Back pocket: "Batik Blue" A collage of ethnic batik patterns with an elegant blue color. Batik is a batik fabric from Indonesia and Malaysia. Made in the 18th century, Indonesian batik is recognized as an UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Material: Anti-pilling acrylic. The material is made of anti-pilling acrylic that prevents pilling, withstands continuous wear, and is resistant to clothes moths. It is an easy-care material that withstands long-term wear without shrinking or losing its shape.
Made in Japan