SHIRT WITH EMBROIDERY IN SILK - NAVY
Quality: Silk with Cotton
Size: ・/ ⋯ / ⋯⋯（S / M / L)
In this season, we also use Yokosuka clothing, which is a chic in recent years. Unlike the exaggerating colorful designed Yokosuka clothing usually seen on market, the design of Blanc Label selects similar color embroiders.Such a choice makes the visual effect outstanding but not overdone. Meanwhile,considering the comfortability of our product, all silk style products have interlinings inserted. Of course, we care a lot about and are very particular about the material we use.
Our delicate design of the patterns and the technique of electrical embroider are very different from the common, cheap, and loose embroider we now often see. Hence, the quality and life of the clothing and texture are strongly enhanced.
This shirt can be worn as a jacket or a dress. With Lackland sleeves,the shirt is no longer limited by one’s shoulder length. What is more, the drape characteristic of silk fabric lets the shirt fits the body more, and looks much slimmer. The gusset design on the back brings a feminine vibe to the shirt,which is very different from traditional shirts that tend to be more masculine.
The design of this season is inspired by the poem“Yellow Crane Tower,”written by Cui Hao, a Chinese poet during the Tan Dynasty.
When we were still uniform-wearing students, Exit no.6 at Xi-min-ting was always the place we asked our friends or lovers to meet each other. Nowadays,even though Exit no.6 is no longer the popular rendezvous for us, whenever we pass by it, we feel nostalgic: nostalgic for the ages of being naive and innocent. Exit no.6 is just like Yellow Crane Tower: those who had been there are now gone, and we are left alone wandering at that place, feeling blue for the lost of our youth. Exit no.6 is our Yellow Crane Tower.
All of us, once in our lives, must have the experience of missing someone or feeling sorry about something. Sometimes, a song, a word, or a scent, may trigger our strongest nostalgia of the beautiful days we used to live in. However,facing the music, all we can do is to feel sorry that “the scenery remains, but the people changed.”
“Long ago one's gone riding the yellow crane, all that remained is the Yellow Crane Tower. Once the yellow crane left it will never return, for one thousand years the clouds wandered carelessly.”
This time, we use the images of the yellow crane, white cloud, and flourishing meadow as the protagonist of our design, in attempt to manifest the theme of lost.