I think you guys have to understand one thing. Every fabric will make up differently and also react to the wash differently. I'm sure the pattern is the same for both, it's just how much shrink occurred after their wash process.
That would be Todd. He is the design guy who sources fabric, buttons, zippers etc. He's been with Daiki since the beginning but we don't see to much of him, he's sort of shy. He's wearing a Work Shirt and I think it was just the way he was standing that makes the shirt look a little snug.
^ We did not pick up the Vans X EG but we are more than delighted for try and get stuff for you. Please be patient though.
On another note we hosted the first day of filming of Glass, A Love Story http://glass-a-love-story.tumblr.com As you will see the writer/director is filming the entire production with Google Glass. Tre Cool! Check out our shots on Drinkwater's Facebook page.
The rationale is simply that the designer/manufacturer has reconsidered their product placement and position in the marketplace and is fleeing the shopping cart experience which tarnishes their identity as a luxury brand. I won't speak for Engineered Garments philosophy but I will comment on Drinkwater's. We could have easily added an e-commerce branch to our business model and we would have reaped some greater financial success because of it but it wouldn't be the same...
Work ShirtF3A08108 / Work Shirt / Navy/Red Cotton PlaidThere is also a Corduroy Printed PlaidF3A0832 / Work Shirt / Red/Navy/White Corduroy Printed PlaidF3A0833 / Work Shirt / Red/Black/White Corduroy Printed Plaid