The first post-overalls shirt number.
The shirt is based on a 1920s-style work shirt created by designer Tsuyoshi Obuchi as part of a FIT project around 1990, and embodies the concept of post-overalls, which is both plausible and unlikeable. It is a pullover style, and has details that were popular in American shirts up until the 1920s, such as gathered cuffs and yoke.
Designed to be a supreme pre 1920s style 1 pocket work shirt.
This design is exactly the same as designer Takeshi Ohfuchi's project piece at FIT in 1991. This shirt represents typical Post O`Alls design concept - seems to exist in history but most likely not. Displays all the typical prewar American dress / work shirt details.
quality: 100% cotton
Pre-washed, Tumble dried in low temperature
made in Japan
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