The first design is comprised of Earthy hues of green, yellow, blue, brown, orange, purple and white in jagged zig-zag-like patterns. Each piece varies slightly in color due to the stencil dyeing process it’s put through and ages well with the wearer. Constructed with satin fabrication, the piece sees a standard cut and fit, complete with hidden buttons and ’50s-style collars. Another standout piece is the Free Edge N.D. Shirt that comes in two colors: “Light Indigo” and “Black.” Naturally dyed and clad in vertical patterns, Japanese Kasuri textiles were used to make the shirts. Other details like contrast stitching and water buffalo horn buttons round up the design.