Good evening. This is Ikeda.
The other day, I went out drinking with some friends from high school.
I don't really know why, but Roppongi doesn't suit me.
I haven't been to Roppongi at night very often, so I felt a sense of freshness, a sense of unfamiliarity, and a sense of mystery.
Although I found it suspicious, there were still many people wearing luxury brands, and I felt like they lived in a different world than I did.
I feel that a laid-back atmosphere like Setagaya suits me better.
I'm pretty drunk now, but ONE PIECE is so hot that I'm almost completely drunk.
Since entering the final chapter, I have felt that the end is near, but now that that character has begun to be fully developed, I feel that the end is even closer.
I can't help but wonder if that character has a face that looks like that character.
I look forward to seeing what the situation will be like next week.
With the hope that ``en'' will also take on a passionate development like ONE PIECE, today we would like to introduce Fujimoto's Black Robe Body Bag and Canvas Robe Body Bag.
I think the finish makes it feel like that item.
I'm sure I've written about Fujimoto items before, but rather than trying to explain them, I want people to actually see them, wear them, put them on, and feel them, so I won't be too picky about them in the future. I'm trying not to explain it.
When I was explaining it to you, I felt like it was a bit of a no-brainer.
So, this is a body bag made with different fabrics.
At first glance, you won't think, "This is a bag."
To be honest, it doesn't really have a lot of storage capacity.
I still think it's okay, or even better.
When I hear the so-called body bag, I think that people tend to think of it as something that is worn cross-body and the main part of the bag is placed on the back.
However, this item has a completely different approach from my ordinary imagination.
There is no difference in that it is worn diagonally, but it is designed so that it runs from the abdomen to the back.
There is no gusset, so don't worry, it won't interfere with the movement of your arms.
As mentioned above, there is no gusset, so the capacity is less, but you can hang it like a vest.
Although I use the expression "to hang", I feel that the expression "to wear" or "to wear" is more correct.
The impression I get is that it feels like a vest cut in half.
If I crossed the two pieces and hung them together, it would almost look like a vest, but that would be unrealistic, so I didn't even try it.
I think the advantage of not having a gusset is that you can wear outerwear over it.
When the buttons on the outerwear are left open, it looks like it's being worn under the hood, making it a nice accent.
The zipper also has a braided cord made by hand by designer Fujimoto, which is also attached to other items.
Not only is the zipper easy to pull, but it's also subtle and has a strong presence.
The fact that the work is done by hand is also a factor that draws me to Mr. Fujimoto, as I can sense his extraordinary passion.
Although the design is the same, the fabrics used are completely different.
The black is made of a blend of wool and polyester fabric, so you can feel it soft and snuggle close to your body.
Off White, on the other hand, is made of 100% cotton canvas.
This fabric has a very sturdy texture, so it even feels heavy.
You might also want to enjoy the way it ages as it gradually becomes softer as you use it.
Also, the shoulder part is designed to be adjustable in length, so you can hang it or wear it at the height of your choice.
When I write this, the expressions "wearing" and "wearing" come to mind.
Enjoy Fujimoto's Black Robe Body Bag and Canvas Robe Body Bag, which can be worn and worn like a vest.