Good evening. This is Ikeda.
When choosing the location for ``EN'', one of the factors I wanted to keep in mind was a relaxed and easy-going atmosphere.
Places that are crowded and busy are not candidates.
This place is so laid-back and easy-going that it makes me worry, but I like it.
Personally, I want to live as comfortably as possible, but I have the impression that Japanese people are not good at thinking easily.
Is it too serious?
I find myself wishing I had a little more peace of mind.
Of course, not everyone is like that.
I was casually thinking about what to do while saying I was out of ideas, but luckily, YASHIKI was released yesterday, and INNAT's COLLECTION 02 was delivered today.
The items I mentioned in ``It's about time'' are a little off.
I arrived just before the store opened, so I thought I wouldn't be able to take photos in time, but I was told that no one would come right after the store opened, so I was able to successfully photograph all the items for online and PAJAMA JACKET's ``Hanashi -diary-.'' It's done.
First of all, I would like to inform you that some of the INNAT items still have some wrinkles.
I've been stretching it out with a quick steam iron.
It's not that I'm slacking off, but I feel like INNAT looks better with a few wrinkles.
To begin with, I almost never iron my personal items, but I like it because it feels more comfortable that way.
INNAT also does this because it has a similar feeling.
When designer Tani-san came to visit us during the pre-opening, he said something like, ``Our items are wrinkled, which is bad for the brand next door,'' but I thought, ``INNAT.'' I like the ease of use and the sense of mixing it up with other brands.
I may have misremembered and the nuance may have been different.
I'm doing this with such a casual mindset, so please understand that I'm not treating it randomly.
It seems like the wrinkle controversy will end here, but let me introduce you to the PAJAMA JACKET.
As a continuation model of the PAJAMA SHIRT JACKET that was released in COLLECTION 01, COLLECTION 02 has a corduroy specification.
The overall design source is the Bulgarian army's pajama shirt, which is often found in second-hand clothing, and the ribbon details of the Italian army's snow camo parka have been added to it.
It's a small detail, but I think the ribbon fastening makes it look quite different from a regular pajama shirt.
You can tie it or let it hang, but I like to wear it casually and let it hang.
No one knows that.
In addition, it has large pockets, making it functional and close-fitting.
If you don't usually have a lot of luggage, you may be fine without carrying a bag.
There are two colors available: Yellow and Sumikuro.
I would like to ask me at that time why I did not select Khaki Beige.
In COLLECTION 02, Yellow is enju, Khaki Beige is pomegranate, and Sumikuro continues to be dyed by extracting colors from Kishu Bincho charcoal.
I think the color is somehow warmer than COLLECTION 01.
Yellow is not bright and has a deep color, so it has a calm atmosphere.
Sumikuro has a faded color tone, giving it the impression of second-hand clothing.
When I saw Yellow at an exhibition, I thought I wouldn't order it, but when I tried it on, even though I don't usually wear yellow, I completely changed my mind and thought, ``It's really good.''
This is a classic example of how you shouldn't judge someone based on appearance alone.
It's not good to hate wearing clothes, really.
The size is a little loose, and like COLLECTION 01, it has a relaxed feel.
The temperature is dropping considerably at night, so you may be able to wear it over your cut-and-sew jacket even now.
It's not a thick corduroy, so I think I'll be able to call it into the starting lineup in the near future.
We would be happy if you could try out PAJAMA JACKET, which has a casual atmosphere.
We look forward to welcoming you.