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The Wild Thing Collection
The Prozis Wild Thing collection was created as a beacon of self-expression. We are defined only by our own commitment towards the pursuit of quality and the manifestation of an uncompromising, forward-thinking attitude.
We aim to do whatever we want, whenever we want, following a myriad of inspirations that fall under an inclusive, cross-generational and multicultural umbrella, with lifestyle and the celebration of conviction, passion, and enthusiasm as the only pillars behind our ideas.
We strive to always push boundaries, and to lift the spirits of everyone who wears our products.
The Aloha Shirt
A relaxed take on a more serious note. Not too serious and not too fun.
Maybe the real middle point between formal and casual attire. You won’t know until you try it.
The Story behind the Shirt
“In Hawaii, the Aloha shirt is seen as the happy medium between excessive formality and casual wear. Life shouldn’t be so serious all the time.”
Aloha shirts have Japanese roots.
Japanese who left their homeland for Hawaii often brought bright kimono fabrics with them.
Asian culture is therefore heavily represented in Hawaiian shirt culture, so we decided to pay homage to the heritage behind the heritage while giving it the right Wild Thing twist.
A Window into Hawaii’s Cultural Universe
Aloha shirt’s existence can be traced back to a confluence of cultural influences. It had a Western-style silhouette (similar to the palaka, a heavy cotton work shirt worn by plantation workers and originally inspired by Western sailor shirts), was cut from Japanese kabe crepe fabric (originally used for women’s kimonos), was made by Japanese and Chinese tailors (who originally immigrated as plantation field workers), and was worn like a Filipino barong tagalog (an embellished gossamer dress shirt), always untucked and outside of the pants.
Kōichirō Miyamoto, one of the first to sew Aloha shirts using Japanese kimono fabrics back in the 1930s.
A fabric made from a renewable source: cellulosic wood pulp from regenerative trees. This plant-based textile, made from regenerated cellulose, has a fine, unique drape and feels exceptionally light and smooth on the skin.
Feel your body with each move you make. This tighter fit brings out your body's silhouette.
To move comfortably and freely every day, that is the motto.
Total freedom of movement. Your easy, relaxed fit for a casual look.
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