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Shichuchi 94 Grand Dress

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Shichuchi 94 Grand Dress

Price: $840

This dress is all about draping and layering, with fabrics that are light so there's no heaviness present. Grecian references for sure with the draping, but there's a tactility to the fabric folding like paper. On the body it feels as easy as a shift dress, with layers doing the experimental heavy lifting. Hidden zip closure.

Shichuchi Bubble Long Sleeves, Black

Shichuchi

Shichuchi Bubble Long Sleeves, Black

Price: $211

A light rayon with elastane that feels like cotton, substantial in weight and shape. Gentle scoop neck, with reverse outer seams along the bodice, ruched on one side. Perfect alone or under a suit.

Shichuchi Bubble Long Sleeves, White

Shichuchi

Shichuchi Bubble Long Sleeves, White

Price: $211

A light rayon with elastane that feels like cotton, substantial in weight and shape. Gentle scoop neck, with reverse outer seams along the bodice, ruched on one side. Perfect alone or under a suit.

Shichuchi Map Jacket

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Shichuchi Map Jacket

Price: $546

This blazer, in a lightweight wool suiting material, is layered like a suit on a suit. Many elements are double, like lapel, collar, pockets. It closes in two ways, with three coconut buttons in the center, or with two on the side, creating a sculptural drape. Waxed white thread is hand stitched along one sleeve and shoulder, outlining the pattern for the coat itself. Lined in white gauze, peeking out the bottom.

Shichuchi, Map Pants

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Shichuchi, Map Pants

Price: $414

Impeccably fit suit trousers. Two different kinds of lightweight wool suiting material in subtle layers. Coconut buttons, oversized belt loops. Hits at natural waist.

This young designer is startlingly aware of who she is, what she aims to accomplish. Which is vital when approaching this type of work. It's a point of view that prioritizes theories of simplicity (not always minimalism) and drape, and experimentation within a malleable structure. Working primarily in black and white, but always in differing fabrics—wool, cotton, gauze, heavy jerseys, typically sourced in Italy or Japan—the subtle interplay of the textiles create a pleasingly varied palette. Her draping requires a balanced precision for asymmetry to feel symmetrical. For those who are interested in formality with humor and a hand-touched feel. These are artisanal garments, through and through.