Stüssy Teams up With Tailor Toyo for a Reversible Hand-Embroidered Sukajan Jacket
Getting ready for spring.
Japanese artisan Tailor Toyo looks to streetwear favorites Stüssy for a new take on its Souvenir Jacket. Also known as a Sukajan, the jacket became commercialized by US soldiers in Japan after the war. The hand-embroidered reversible piece is crafted from jet black satin with a pearl white raglan sleeves and skeleton artwork on one side. On its reversed side, white rope piping and an embroidered Stüssy logo on the chest can be found. The bespoke jacket will be released in early 2017 at all Stüssy chapter stores and online and will run you ¥56,000 JPY (approximately $477 USD).