The Warm Pima Pants

Top quality material for an essential and timeless style

Today we introduce The Warm Pima Pants by Plantation 1982.

Timeless fashion is about meaningful garments with no expiry date, as with these trousers. They may seem simple, but every detail is skillfully designed to offer an excellent fit and great quality. Good design made to last, comfortable and easy-care.

Warm Pima: a wardrobe staple

About the design
With tucks along the back, these narrow-leg trousers are loose around the waist and tapered toward the hem. Also, the back part of the waistline is made of rubber, so you can use them with a belt and wear them comfortably while giving it a neat impression. 
Two side pockets, one back. Front zip and button closure. 

The Warm Pima Pants by Plantation
The Warm Pima Pants
Plantation 1982

About the material
100% Supima cotton: woven with luxurious yarn which gets combed and spun compactly. Indeed, this high-power stretch material is a standard in Plantation collections. By spending time and effort on the finishing process, the designing team has created a unique fabric: soft with an elegant sheen like a silk blend. Also, by inserting thicker threads than those for spring and summer in the weft and brushing the back side, it is finished in autumn and winter specifications with a warm touch.

About the colour
Mustard: a warm and intense shade of yellow. 
Also, this product is dyed to give it a unique texture. 

Hand washable at home. Easy care product.
Please, wash it separately – cool ironing.

Styling tips
The Warm Pima Pants are a staple in your capsule wardrobe. You can wear them with a clean impression, indeed they work under a tunic or a dress. Also, try them with a purple or dark red top.

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Issey Miyake: design is for life

Tribute to one of the last geniuses of fashion

Yesterday Miyake Studio released the news that the Japanese designer Issey Miyake has passed away.

Even though he chose fashion as the medium to express his creativity, calling him a fashion designer is quite limiting. Indeed, he was more than that: a survivor, inventor, and humanist who challenged dressmaking and the modern world. In just one word, he was an artist.

Born in 1938 in Hiroshima, his family was killed by the first atomic bomb when he was a child. But he didn’t talk about that. Instead, he preferred to look forward, focusing on what he could create. He spoke about it only in support of Barack Obama’s pledge for nuclear disarmament.

A trailblazer in Japanese design, he mixed easter and western elements, creating a new innovative style. His fluid modernity changed the vision of clothing. Furthermore, he launched the technologies that allowed him to make his innovative garments. He also pioneered his pleating technique.

“In the Eighties, Japanese fashion designers brought a new type of creativity; they brought something Europe didn’t have. There was a bit of a shock effect, but it probably helped the Europeans wake up to a new value.”

Issey Miyake

Issey Miyake: a revolutionary genius

His original idea is one piece of cloth: cutting garments from a single fabric, an exercise between material and form. He worked with the body in movement, fascinated by the space between the cloth and the body.

“I do not create a fashionable aesthetic. I create a style based on life.”

Issey Miyake
Issey Miyake

His style focused on functionality, utility, and comfort, creating a timeless aesthetic – a design for life.

The purpose – where I start – is the idea of use. It is not recycling, it’s reuse.

Issey Miyake

Miyake’s work was relentless research for the clothing of the future.

“I make clothing, and I don’t care about trendy things.”

Issey Miyake

There’s so much to say about his work. However, one thing contributed to making him an outstanding figure in the fashion universe: his humble mentoring. Under his banner, he helped launch and develop many brands, for instance, Plantation, Zucca and Tsumori Chisato, just to name a few we love. His sense of collaboration and togetherness was really unique.

A true revolutionary, one of the last geniuses of fashion.
Rest in peace.

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