Good evening. This is Ikeda.
February is coming to an end, and the exhibition is coming to an end.
Some brands are likely to be available after March, but we are having trouble putting together orders.
While I'm worrying about this, I'll be going through 4 brands again this week, so my head might be a little tired.
That's fun though.
The exhibition is nearing its end, so it looks like regular holidays will become regular holidays from next week.
I haven't been to any galleries or museums, so while I'd like to go, I'm also thinking about taking my first day off to relax.
Although I had looked at the exhibition information, I hadn't made a list, so I thought I'd start gathering information and making plans.
I really regret not being able to go to the Togashi exhibition.
It's important to have a clear understanding of the time period and to go ahead even if the end is near.
February is coming to an end, and the warm days are likely to continue, making it feel like spring.Today, we would like to introduce YASHIKI's Hanaikada Cardigan, which is already nearing the end of the cherry blossom season.
Even if the cherry blossom season is nearing its end or has ended, it's a stable and classic cardigan that you'll want to wear.
First of all, the overall image of the item is a "flower raft".
The word ``hanakada'' seems to have another meaning, but here it is used to refer to the falling cherry blossoms and the petals floating in a strip of water as they flow.
As the cherry blossom season draws to a close, the petals begin to fall, imagining a scene flowing on the surface of a river.
The word ``flower raft'' has a very stylish atmosphere, and I personally like it.
I don't care about that.
This is YASHIKI's standard cardigan, so as some of you may know, this type of cardigan uses pique stitch.
The pique knit part expresses the surface of water where cherry blossoms flow.
The cherry blossom petals flowing on the water surface are represented by the unevenness on the side of the cherry blossoms.
In addition, the uneven patterns are arranged alternately to create an image of countless flower petals flowing on the surface of the water.
The cherry blossoms aren't just scattered, but they're falling all the time, and you can feel that the end of the cherry blossom season is near.
No, the art is very detailed.
In addition, the knitting method is stable plating knitting, giving it a deep color.
However, since Kelly-green is knitted in a single color, I think the color is more distinct.
It may not be worth explaining, but since it is a pique knit, it does not stick to the skin and is smooth and comfortable to wear.
The good thing is that even if you wear it over a T-shirt and get a little sweaty, you won't feel uncomfortable.
It has a stable and relaxed silhouette, so it can be worn as a main item or as an inner layer for outerwear.
The V-neckline is a little shallow, so I think you can wear it like a V-neck sweater by fastening all the buttons.
There are three colors: Kelly-green, Citron-yellow, and Black.
It's a color that makes it difficult to decide whether to go for a sense of stability or for a spring-like look.
This is information that doesn't benefit anyone, but Kelly-green is personally my favorite this season.
I'm somehow controlling my desire to buy it, so if you're interested, please get it before I do.
In YASHIKI's world, the cherry blossom season is already coming to an end, so it might be a good idea to wear the Hanaikada Cardigan and witness the reality that the end of winter is approaching.
The end of the cherry blossom season is near, the end of winter is near, and you'll want to wear YASHIKI's Hanaikada Cardigan even if the time axis is different.