- in fact for the quality, I reckon it's one of the best value of Japanese workwear brands - those shirts are the equivalent of around $100 here. I especially like their Mister Freedom stuff, although I'm not sure you'd want to be dressing like a 1930s Mexican revolutionary (their current inspiration)... or maybe you would! I'm just uhm-ing and ah-ing about whether to get myself some of their cord stuff from that range. The Flathead, very nice indeed but, yeah, pricey, even out here (the shirts start at over $200...).
sugar cane shirts were like 220 and up iirc. super cool stuff. really like the western style shirts.
Junya/CDG navy boiled wool pie porker
CDGH+ AW06 black boiled wool oversized, a relic from Atelier's past.
Y's oatmeal acrylic/rayon/cotton blend, heavy but very breathable due to loose knitting
White shirt that fits loosely
Y's black wool gabardine, similar cut to the ss13 balloon trousers with drawstrings at the hems
this is really interesting, aside from the beautiful photography - that perfect collar roll kinda contrasts with the loose drape of everything else.