issey miyake a-poc woven teddy denim
this piece from issey miyake features the apoc technology, an innovative and futuristic way of manufacturing clothes back in 1998. apoc, aka a piece of cloth, is sold through tubes of fabric directly to the consumers. the consumers can then cut along the prenoted outlines of the garment to acquire the actual product. the fascination of the technology steps up a notch due to the fact that the consumers are actually encouraged to alter the piece. the item’s inseam, sleeve length or even the neckline can be fully customised to their own liking.
this pair of pants in particular has a woven teddy pattern in it, drawing comparisons to the anime figures that japan is renowned for.
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