GINZA SIX EDITORS
在GINZA SIX找到的"新ＢＡＳＩＣ" Finding New Basics at GINZA SIX
GINZA SIX EDITORS Vol.61
这次对"塞尔琪奥罗西"来的理由中的一个今年试穿初次出场的"sr YURI"。这个"sr YURI"正采用用日本限定浅口式鞋适合日本人女性的脚的木模。nozupointeddotu比常规的浅口式鞋长，并且身旁和sura长看得见的效果！ 因为是全部胶底所以，无橡胶鞋底逐个形成的需要而，能从买的那天起拼命地穿正是给职业女人的浅口式鞋。
一边宽度细的进口鞋正全体选尺寸39，调节，一边甲高&宽度脚的自己穿的是大多数。不过尺寸38.5和suru适合这个"sr YURI"(69,000日元)！ 而且，用到底是的切断，脚看上去像性感。假如是黑色的麂皮的话，相互适合性也和裙子以及整洁的眼睛裤衩超群。不让感到7.5cm鞋跟的高度的安全感。如果把这样的经过提炼的浅口式鞋合起来的话，能穿得合身时髦穿也到达日常生活的洞孔空间牛仔裤吗？无法不感到"塞尔琪奥罗西"的鞋的伟大。
而且，像这样，展开，这个袋的什么惊人的话变成平地！ 假如是作为平地的状态的话，在kasabarazu ragejji可以也收藏。劈里啪啦停下金鱼草按钮在挎包的状态跟原来一样。不一整天用带进机内的手提袋在海外出差的情况下渡过而抱住小型，酷的挎包，飒爽，并且在晚餐出去的不是梦。
这次选的是不锈钢情况(左:SBGW231 450,000日元)，不锈钢的自动的(:SBGH213 650,000日元)18K金情况(右:SBGW252 1,800,000日元)的3种。一点自动因为情况大大地有厚度所以对自己的手若干重吗？…也就是说，不受理。黑腰带的类型当尺寸感觉在夏天正好经常配合T恤的手头了的时候，不对不锈钢好？？to穿着形象滚。
但是，抓取我的心的是18K金情况的手表。正让让做存档过去的设计了的情况的古典的感和带有好的小量的象牙的表盘和作为好的一生东西的存在的意义是我的手头，并且拼命地回响。首选认定店员的"最认为是适合"，有了。知道(泪)！ 预算(嚎啕大哭)!！ 毕竟没有当场决定约200万钟表的勇气，但是在能用身体感觉达到日本夸耀的随的极限的manifakuchuaringu的好的机会成为了。从现在开始包括"运动场精工"储蓄在内!！！
Text：Etsuko Mashiro Photo：Masahiro Heguri Edit：Yuka Okada
My standard style these days is casual. Perhaps because I work freelance, I’ve given myself the freedom to put comfort above everything else. Still, given my age and position, I feel obligated to wear, at minimum, nice accessories. So, in a bid to upgrade my presentation, I head to GINZA SIX to hunt for quality, authentic items that go well with my regular men’s casual style.
I wear vintage denim jeans typically for more than a half year. Add a nice pair of shoes, I think, and the whole looks quite presentable. When I want to find a pair of shoes that anyone can tell are quality even from a distance, I go to Sergio Rossi on the second floor.
The popular sr1 are gorgeous slippers that come in a magnificent variety of colors and materials. They come in handy because you can easily create an effective balance with pants or a long skirt. The basic colors are great, but there are also versions with a fur finish, for thick tights or socks, or metallic silver, to spice up your outfit. I love this pair! And that pair! I would like to get so many, but I’m on a budget. I’m not sure what to choose.
The one I like best is the sr1 with black fur accents (137,000 yen; all prices listed before tax). Another thing that makes slippers so convenient is that they can be worn in all four seasons: with tights or socks in the fall and winter and just on their own in the summer. Even during the summer, the presence of fur on your feet evokes a sense of unexpectedness that adds flair and substance to a simple look. The black fur feels rich. I’d wear these regardless of season.
Another reason I’m vising Sergio Rossi today is to try on the sr YURI, which came out this year. The sr YURI pumps are available only in Japan. They’re built on a last shaped to fit the feet of Japanese women. The pointed toes are longer than those of standard pumps to elongate the look of the legs below the knees. The sole is all rubber. That means you don’t need to add protective rubber. You can wear them worry-free from day one. They’re the perfect pumps for working women.
I happen to have a wide foot with high arches. With imported shoes, which tend toward a narrow shape, I almost always choose a size 39 and make adjustments as I go. But with the sr YURI (69,000 yen), size 38.5 fits perfectly. Plus, the pair features the brand’s typical great cut, which makes my feet look especially sexy. The black suede version would go perfectly with a skirt or dress pants. Despite the 7.5 cm heels, these pumps feel stable. Combining a pair with ordinary denim jeans with holes would create a stylish look; it’s hard to argue a pair of Sergio Rossi shoes doesn’t confer an unmistakable grandeur.
I prefer androgynous styles. That makes Rag & Bone on the third floor an essential. With standard but edgy designs, this boutique is filled with timeless items you’ll cherish for years. With many of the tops, you can wear men’s size S for an oversized look. At the GINZA SIX location, which features both women’s and men’s in the same store, you can try on both. It’s very convenient.
I’ve come to look at the fall knits, but something unexpected happens! I discover the Atlas shoulder bag (74,000 yen). The burgundy-red color has a hard-to-describe calming feel. I have lots of brown and khaki clothing, so, oddly enough, this is perfect. It’s a high hard one right down the middle of the plate. Above all, the square, envelope-like form is neither too sweet nor too spicy. It’s a great match for a unisex wardrobe. The aesthetics of the brand’s bags follow from its clothing, which may be why the brand finds it so easy to create a bag that hits the bull’s eye.
Another amazing thing about this bag is that it opens flat, like this! And folded flat, it fits inside a small suitcase. Simply snap the snaps to recreate your shoulder bag. Perhaps the dream of going on an overseas business trip and not spending the entire day with the tote bag I hauled onboard isn’t just a dream. I could simply bring this cool, compact shoulder bag and set out for dinner, dashingly equipped.
The strap length is adjustable. You can shorten it and hang it off your shoulder or make it longer and wear it diagonally across the body. You can change it up based on what you’re wearing. The size, too, is perfect. It fits right under the arm. Now that I’ve found the bag ideal for everyday use, I’m excited just thinking about what I’ll wear with it.
Finally, I go to Seiko Boutique on the fifth floor to check out the Grand Seiko, the famous watch I’ve hoped to buy one day. In Ginza, when you hear “Grand Seiko,” the Seiko Premium Boutique or the prestigious Wako department store might come to mind. But I feel shy about dropping into such places. I find the GINZA SIX boutique especially appealing for its open, welcoming atmosphere, even for those who come just to look. On the front signboard, the young but awe-inspiring Major League baseball player Shohei Otani’s gentle figure almost embraces me wholeheartedly.
The sizes of so-called ladies’ watches are often too feminine and don’t work with my personal style, so I’ve been thinking about wearing men’s watches. The imported brands, though, have large cases and feel like they’re borrowed from somewhere else. My expectations, then, for the pleasantly sized Grand Seiko, an authentic Japanese brand, are high indeed.
The first types I looked at were the stainless steel case (left: SBGW231; 450,000 yen), stainless steel automatic (middle: SBGH213; 650,000 yen), and 18-karat gold case (right: SBGW252; 1,800,000 yen). The automatic’s case is a little big, and it’s thick. It feels a bit heavy on my wrist. I rule it out. The stainless steel with the black strap feels just right. It leaves me feeling I’d be able to wear it in summer with a T-shirt—various tableaux come to mind…
But the watch that really makes my pulse race is the one with the 18-karat gold case. I like the classic feel—the case is based on a design from the brand’s archives—and the dial has a hint of ivory. As a watch to last a lifetime, its vivid, almost inevitable presence on my wrist makes my heart beat faster. The sales attendant recommends it: “I think this one looks best on you!” I know, I know, I thought; but, oh, the price, the price! I’m not brave enough to buy an almost 2,000,000-yen watch on the spot, but just trying it on did prove a good opportunity to experience the pride of Japanese manufacturing. I’m going to start saving for a Grand Seiko today!
Text：Etsuko Mashiro Photo：Masahiro Heguri Edit：Yuka Okada
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