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Dobby Open Shirt “LOZENGE”

Dobby Open Shirt “LOZENGE”

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DS-2680 Dobby Open Shirt "LOZENGE"

61% Rayon, 34% Tencel, 5% acetate

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A dobby-woven open-collar shirt that was popular in the 1950s and 1960s.

The fabric is a blend of acetate and rayon. These two types of yarn are woven together in a decorative diamond pattern.

Since each thread reacts with a different dye, the fabric is dyed using a method called "two-bath dyeing," which has been used since ancient times for kimonos.

Rayon, which is relatively familiar to Dry Bones, is a "regenerated fiber" made by chemically processing raw materials based on wood pulp.

On the other hand, acetate is a "semi-synthetic fiber" made by mixing an acetic acid compound with a raw material called acetylcellulose.

Both have a silk-like sheen.

Rayon is a fiber that is weak when exposed to water and prone to shrinkage, but this is compensated for by the high water repellency of acetate.

Acetate is also sensitive to heat, which is why it has excellent shape retention.

In other words, it also compensates for the weakness of rayon, which is its tendency to wrinkle.

The diamond pattern (lozenge), which was also very popular at the time, expresses the apparel scene in the 1950s, when synthetic and recycled fibers were at the cutting edge.

Also known as the "Nifty Fifties," this is a masterpiece that shines with skill.


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