The 3min. made its cool debut at a 2016 collection event in June. The concept is easy and simple clothes-making. Like three-minute cooking, it reflects the idea of “three-minute sewing.”
Rather than buying a ready-made clothing, making your own clothing is similar to enjoying a home cooked meal instead of simply buying a meal. Even if it’s something easy, if you make it, it can reflect your taste. Same goes for both cooking and sewing.
Masahiro Tobita, a designer for the spoken words project is the creator of this series. With a website already in place (http://3min.info), 3min. is available for sale starting August 1st. How exciting!
The design reflects an overview of the hustle and bustle of an orderly land in an urban neighborhood.
Layers of the transparent lines create a rhythm that represents the happiness in town.
This cotton suede fabric has a proper thickness and tension, which makes it perfect for making a pair of bottoms, coats and bags.
When you wake up in the morning and feel the fresh air, is this the scenery that you see?
The design is derived from such imagination. The washed-out look creates a texture that reminds you of a morning, a start of everyday life.
Three color variations – blue, orange and gray – will pleasantly inspire you to imagine the weather that the color represents.
The thin corduroy material’s soft and flexible texture is suitable for any type of clothing.
The design represents various textures of beautiful walls that have aged gracefully.
Whether it’s the walls of a room or a town, time is engraved in a tier to its surface. Why not put on this textile to layer the time you spend?
A thin 40 Viyella raised fabric has a soft touch and is perfect for a light top or skirt.
This fabric also creates a beautiful gathered look.