Are you familiar with unusual weaving patterns? Admittedly, neither do we, but we learn more every day. This fabric caught our eye immediately because of its wonderful dot structure. But how do the dots get into the fabric? To answer this question, you have to tear the fabric apart into its single threads. Surprise: The weave is a pinpoint, i.e. a classic men’s shirt fabric. As the weaving mill has used yarns of different thicknesses, it looks as if the material is dotted. In reality, however, only some (white) threads come to the surface. The effect is especially visible when you go into detail. From a distance, the fabric appears monochrome.
Pinpoints are mostly to be found in men’s wear. But then the fabrics – typically business shirt – are rather thin. Our Pinpoint is different. It is thicker, coarser – and at the same time amazingly soft. The fabric consists of a cotton-viscose blend and has that unmistakable reduced Japanese-Korean touch.