For the past six months, Shota and Jacky have been carefully selecting each of the pieces exhibited in Loose Blues, a boutique created by this duo of vintage lovers, that’s inspired by Japanese style. They offer clothes, accessories, import magazines, records and art all in the same space.
The women’s line mixes retro touches with a boyish style. For men, Loose Blues deploys Japanese trends and tattoo style. Most of the pieces are from Japanese brands, such as Softmachine and Wcloser, although there are also emblematic American brands such as Sailor Jerry, who revives classic tattoos on shirts and hoodies. You can also find restored and salvaged pieces.
At Loose Blues, vintage is not limited to fashion, since, just like in Japan, it’s not just a about the clothing: being vintage is a way of life. That's why you can also find jazz classics vinyl, like Bill Evans, and pieces of kimono woodcut art.
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