Shoulder to shoulder: 45 cm
Sleeves: 63 cm
Length: 73 cm
“Scalloped” or “scaled” finishing on te seams
Knit with alternating mesh knit parts, all woven together without seams
2 mesh front pockets
Black press buttons
Issey Miyake A-Poc line
“A-POC” is an acronym for “A Piece of Cloth” and refers too, to the idea of “epoch.” It is a manufacturing method that uses computer technology to create clothing from a single piece of thread in a single process. Development began in 1997 as a project led by Issey Miyake and engineering designer Dai Fujiwara. The first results included ‘A-POC King & Queen, A-POC Le Feu’ and were presented in the Spring/Summer 1999 ISSEY MIYAKE Paris Collection. Following that, PLEATS PLEASE ISSEY MIYAKE and other collections began to develop items based upon the A-POC method (called “+A-POC”) starting in 2003. After 2007, the collection introduced design solutions under the subtext of “A-POC INSIDE” and has continued to refine its vision for making clothing.
Pilling on the bottom back part
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