With such great response to our previous releases of our noragi, we are proud to present an updated version for this Spring/Summer 2014. For this season, we've substituted the heavy weight denim for a lighter weight, bright indigo cotton fabric sourced from Brazil with tonal sashiko stitching. Sashiko stitching is a traditional form of Japanese decorative embroidery, mainly employed for clothing repair and reinforcement. Utilizing the same cut as our past iterations, we've added two front slash pockets, as well a hidden inside chest pocket. For the yoke lining, we've used a indigo marble print cotton. Produced in extremely limited quantities, all pieces are handmade locally by a single tailor exclusively for Four Horsemen Shop.
Available for purchase in-store and online on Saturday, April 5, 2014 at 12 PM PST.
Caleb is wearing:
4 Horsemen Supplies Noragi Sashiko Cotton Indigo
Norse Projects Mads Windowpane Shirt White/Mix
A.P.C. Petit New Standard Stonewash Denim
Model : Caleb Kramer
Photography: Jeff McAllister