San Francisco’s Taylor Stitch picked up some Japanese fabric for a new line of spring shirts. They describe “we wanted to pay homage to Hidekazu. He took over as our amazing shop keeper back in December and has been a vital part of our success. As we were going through traditional japanese fabrics earlier this year Kazu told us the story of how each print relates to springtime in Japan.” This Mizu Tama or ‘Rain Droplet’ shirt is said to represent rain needed for spring growth. A slim fit shirt, pre-shrunk with a casual collar – check out the site for some more from this line.
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