The ideal T-shirt is not see-through, would retain its shape even after repeated washing, and will cotton to the user the more they wear it.
“THE “OFF” T-SHIRTS” epitomizes this ideal T-shirt by beginning the design process with fabric making. The cotton fabric is woven from the waste cotton (also known as “Oldies Cotton”) of the highest-grade long staple cotton “pima Cotton”, which can only be produced in small quantities. This sturdy fabric is woven with the double knitting machine, typically used to produce outerwear fabrics.
“THE “OFF” T-SHIRTS” is meticulously tailored down to the millimeter under the supervision of stylist Daisuke Iga. The slightly roomy neckline and silhouette makes this T-shirt a comfortable wear.