June 24, 2019
We don't see too many brands which start out this hot from their first season. We had sold out of nearly every style with Seuvas' first season, and they're now back with two new shirts and a full restock of last season's models. For this new collection they've introduced one color, a washed down charcoal in a medium shade, and also their lightest weight canvas, the Tassa.
Seuvas is a brand dedicated to the art of producing canvas of all weights. They own their own canvas looms and factory which produces their canvas exactly to their specifications for the right look and texture. They even cut and sew all the garments in their own workshop in Kurashiki, Japan using vintage sewing machines so that the canvas reacts with just the right amount of puckering at the seams.
The only external branding on their garments is a single hand-made porcelain button made from clay ore (Amakusa pottery stone) mined in Amakusa City, Kimamoto prefecture, Japan. Amakusa pottery stone is a historic pottery stone that is a raw material which has been used in Japanese pottery since the 17th century. These porcelain buttons are designed by Seuvas and made in the traditional way in Amakusa.
A full restock of last season's shirts along with two new shirts is available now at all stores.