Pullover shirt by yoshiki hishinuma homme (c. 1990s), made from a creamy / milkish white nylon fabric with a twill weave. According to the tags, it has been "cut and assembled by a melting process" which means that it is "fragile to friction and pull" and advises to "be careful while wearing it and when handling it". Seems an onerous expectation for a shirt, but perhaps no different to other delicate fabrics (eg silk, poorly made contemporary linen).Numerous lines that look to have been pressed into the surface of the shirt (perhaps part of the "melting process"? or perhaps just decorative? or perhaps both?) overlap each other and cover the body of the shirt.
Details otherwise quite simple: point collar, four button neck, two buttoned patch pockets at the chest.
Size 1 (JP mens small), should fit approx AU mens small
Check measurements to confirm fit
All measurements taken flat
Shoulder width: 44 cm
Width (at underarms): 52 cm
Length (neck to hem): 63 cm
Sleeve length: 23 cm
Hem width: 52 cm
Made in japan