High rise, two tucked, tapered, buckle back, plant-dyed Work Trousers, made from organic cotton eleven-ounce left-hand selvedge twill based on fabric used by the United States Army in the 1910s. They have a concealed button fly, a naturally dyed nut button, and the cut is inspired by 1940s American work trousers.
The high rise, two tucked, tapered leg Work Trousers are made from organic cotton and have a buckle back, and a concealed button fly. They are designed to resemble the trousers worn in America during the 1940s to do manual labour, such as farming, and industrial work, in the many factories being constructed in the wake of World War II. Takahashi took inspiration from a vintage pair of 1940s work trousers he purchased from a dealer in Ohio, U.S.A. Scrutinising the cut and construction, he reinterpreted the high waisted, two tucked, tapered leg silhouette and referenced specific details such as the pockets and the belt loops. Takahashi's design, using plant-based dyes, is made from an organic cotton selvedge twill inspired by fabric used by the U.S. Army in the 1910s and features a button made from dyed nuts.