Indian Kadi Hakama Tuck Pants
Further update with the theme of making it easier to wear Japonisme-style Hakama pants, which symbolize nationalism, in a more mode. Based on the culottes-like design, a tuck that goes into the front and rear centers is added, and the three-dimensional effect and drape create a more eclectic Japanese-Western world view. And the waist belt loop and the waist cover in the center make the tuck-in more addictive, and the risk hedge of the waist size with rubber only at the back creates a flexible fit to the body shape even when wearing it with a belt. Caddy using extra-thick hand-spun yarn The combination of the slightly coarse Indian hand-woven cloth and Japonisme details is strongly dominated.
* (KHADI) Hand-spun hand-woven cloth
The unbalanced cloth, which is a traditional hand-spun and hand-woven cloth that represents India, is made in the same way, such as uneven weaving caused by different thread thicknesses and uneven color caused by different dyes. Each piece of cloth sometimes shows a different look. To this day, many people in India continue to love the cloth, which is surely regarded as defective in the world of mass-produced industrial products. Because it is unbalanced, it has excellent texture and breathability, and knows that it has good water absorption.
Mahatma Gandhi is world-famous for being hand-spun, woven and worn during the anti-British independence movement, and Gandhi said, "Khadi is not just a cloth. It is thought." It's not the cloth of the world. It's an idea) ".
Men's model: 185cm
Lady's model: 173cm
Made in Japan