Good evening. This is Ikeda.
Recently, ONE PIECE has entered its final chapter and mystery elements have been introduced, so I feel like I'm encountering new and interesting things.
As has been said in the review community, I'm curious about the difference in Vegapunk's facial expressions between the cover art and the main story.
Did it change because it was divided into satellites, or does it still have a dual nature?
I feel like I won't be able to talk about her facial expressions in particular, but I'm looking forward to what will be revealed.
And above all, there are no words to describe Shanks' strength.
The skills I inherited from that person are also irresistible.
There are also people who suspect that Shanks has a dual nature.
Judging from what Oda-sensei said in FILM RED, I feel like it's time to clear up that doubt.
I think it would be interesting if it went either way.
Today, I would like to introduce INNAT's FATIGUE JACKET, which has two sides.
I might be the only one who feels there are two sides to it, so don't feel bad about it.
COLLECTION 01 also featured FATIGUE JACKET, but the fabric is completely different.
While COLLECTION 01 was made of 100% cupro, this season's fabric is a blend of rayon, linen, and silk.
We also produce original ripstop.
I don't think it needs any explanation, but ripstop is a tear-resistant fabric that is often used in military items.
I'm not sure how to describe the feel of the fabric, but I get the impression that it feels loose and loose.
I am sorry that you can easily imagine that the image cannot be conveyed.
If you don't get discouraged and continue wearing it, you'll find that it has a bit of a nippy feel to it, giving you the feeling that you've already worn it rather than a crisp new item.
COLLECTION 01's FATIGUE JACKET had a thin fabric that was almost see-through, so I think it was more like a shirt than a jacket.
This season, the fabric is thicker than that, so it feels more like a jacket.
Or rather, it's a jacket.
The source of the design is, of course, the military fatigue jacket.
The main feature of this bag is the four large, gusseted flap pockets.
The design has been closely followed, so even though it is the same fatigue, it looks completely different from Satou's Hatake Fatigue JKT .
Of course, both are items that tickle my heart.
I just hope that many people can sympathize with me as to why I mess with Fatigue so much.
Now, what kind of image comes to your mind when you hear the term military item, fatigue jacket?
I would say it's rugged, rough, heavy, and sturdy.
I think it's part of INNAT's uniqueness that we don't give off that kind of image.
I guess the biggest reason for this is the color of INNAT's botanical dye.
The two colors selected for FATIGUE JACKET are Light purple and Sumikuro.
Sumikuro continues to be dyed with Kishu Bincho charcoal, and the new color Light Purple is made from logwood.
In particular, I think the light purple color removes the image of a so-called fatigue jacket and sublimates it to a relaxed and soft impression.
Do you feel relaxed, gentle, soft, and light?
I think it creates an atmosphere that you can't get with old clothes.
In addition to the color, the relaxed silhouette also contributes to the relaxed feeling.
If you imagine a tight, stoic silhouette in this color, you'll have to stop imagining it.
However, just because it has such an atmosphere doesn't mean it gives off a cute or feminine image, and I personally think that the balance that is typical of INNAT is that you can still feel the atmosphere of a fatigue jacket.
I think the item maintains its strong presence as a fatigue jacket, while softening it with the color and silhouette, creating an item with a good duality.
I don't know if the two-sided nature of the design is right: rugged yet relaxed, heavy yet light, solid yet soft, but that's the image I get .
I feel like I've realized that having two sides can make you more attractive.
Be sure to check out INNAT's FATIGUE JACKET, which has a good duality that is both like a fatigue jacket and not like a fatigue jacket.