Number (N)ine Destroyed Sweater - SS/AW03 "Touch Me I'm Sick"
by Takahiro Miyashita
Background Number (N)ine's 2003 collection “Touch Me I'm Sick” collection referenced both the 1998 Mudhoney song as well as Takahiro Miyashita’s health state, which prevented him from designing two collections for the calendar year. For this collection, Miyashita drew inspiration from a 90s Seattle’s grunge setting. Takahiro referenced Kurt Cobain's wardrobe, including his infamous striped mohair sweater. This heavy weight cable knit sweater features a raglan cut and dynamic distressing which grows better with age, much like a fine wine. Despite it's vintage look, the sweater’s Japanese construction is what differentiates it from the typical garment in your second great grandmother's closet.
Details Heavyweight cotton cable knit Destroyed neck, hem, and cuffs
Size + Fit Marked size 2 fits a true to size Medium (please refer to measurements). 21 inch chest width 25 inch length