Ring Jacket proudly produces its tailored clothing in-house, utilizing the hand-sewing skills of the craftsmen in their Osaka workshop
Tani, the head pattern marker, adjusting a jacket prototype.
Paper patterns for production garments hang neatly organized in the factory.
Striking a pattern on a checked cloth using laser guides to ensure precision.
Hand cutting a checked fabric for a custom jacket.
Pressing a jacket’s fully canvassed front panel.
Closing of a jacket front.
Murakami, the factory manager, preparing a vest for hand sewing.
Hand sewing a collar to the lapel for better balance and an optimal fit.
Pressing a jacket’s lapel to create a beautiful, gentle roll.
Buttons sewn by hand to the jacket front.
Special pressing to give the jacket a natural shape and contoured fit.
Organizing a run of ready-to-wear jackets before shipment.