ban inoue : caya jacket in flint
With bracelet-length sleeves, dropped shoulder seams. straight sides, and two topstitched patch pockets, this lightweight jacket has a boxy cut, softened by the drape of its fabric. The buttonless opening may be shrugged on for a casual summer layer, and the clean, collarless neckline makes the perfect foil for a light scarf or statement neckpiece.
made in Japan
colour : flint
materials : 100% caya cotton
• length 62cm
• width 77cm
• sleeve length 66cm
washing & care : This fine, net-like textile is woven from pure cotton and stiffened with natural plant starches for presentation. With washing and wear, you can expect its texture to become incredibly soft, with a waffle-ish character as shown in the last picture. Caya can be machine washed in cold water on a gentle cycle (a laundry bag will help prevent snags), but should not be tumble dried. Reshape while damp and dry flat in shade.
From the beautiful ancient capital Nara, Ban Inoue make breathable garments in simple styles, allowing the soft texture and natural comfort of their textiles to take focus. Still traditionally woven to this day, caya cotton is renowned in Japan for a beauty of near spiritual quality, inspiring poetry and ukiyo-e woodblock prints of the Edo period. Today, Ban Inoue wish to preserve the gentle aesthetic and comfort of caya with contemporary, wearable styles.