I’m not usually one for visible brand badges. This denim cardigan features one. So at first glance I’m thinking, ‘nahhhhhh‘. But at second glance, when I realise it’s by hyper-obscuro Japanese brand Anachronorm, I’m more like, ‘okayyyyyy‘. And then I realise that no one says ‘okayyyyy‘. Not like that. Not with five Ys on the end. You’d sound like a prize penis. So then I just change the subject to talk more specifically about the cardigan.
It’s built from 6.5 oz denim and it’s boasting golden brass buttons. It’s got cuff like a shirt and a collar like a cardie and there’s some trim on the pockets, oh, and that brand badge – ‘Anachronorm’. I can’t see what else it says on the badge, but it’s a Japanese brand, so I’d assume some nonsensical poetry about living, working and existing. Or something about water, air and sunshine, being like, pretty good or some shit.
Either way I’d totally live, work and exist in this. The curved shirt-style hem confuses matters – is it a shirt, is it a cardie? I don’t know? I don’t care. I mean, do we really have to put labels on everything these days? I mean, apart from the Anachronorm one, which as we’ve established, is straight dope.