Seven By Seven
San Francisco is known as a city of culture that once boiled into a gold rush, fostered thought literature such as hippies and beatniks, and pushed the streets into art. Designer Yuya Kawakami spent most of her twenties in the city and was influenced by the free strength of people of various races that I met in my days of going to an old clothes warehouse. The loosely worn style is a San Francisco breeze, and the toughness of the workwear is also a lonely beauty. After returning to Japan, it is reconstructed from the dismantling of old clothes, and the design with the free personality of people I met at that time is expressed as SEVEN BY SEVEN (San Francisco nickname).