Originally Posted by tween_spirit
Jun knit looks great, is the whole thing lined with that jersey material or just the collar area?
The jersey material runs throughout the entire inner surface of the knit. It is basically a double layer knit top.
BTW, I discovered that the cheaper junhashimoto knits are made in China while the more expensive knits are still made in Japan. This dual layer knit is made in Japan, but the basic merino v-neck I previously bought is made in China.
While I'm not keen on made in China, at least junhashimoto's pricing appropriately reflects the difference in production costs-- the MIJ knit costs double that of the MIC one.
Originally Posted by LA Guy
I think that the streaks are meant to simulate what happens when you throw a pair of jeans in the dryer on high. Although Margiela himself is retired, it looks like the design group is at least trying to stay true to their Diesel ethos.