As the name suggests, Big Blue Japan has a thing for indigo dye, a traditional Japanese dyeing color and technique. Since their inception in 1996, however, they’ve expanded to an ever-so-slightly larger color palette. With firm roots in traditional tailoring and silhouettes, Big Blue Japan creates classic pieces with interesting patterns and compelling details. The clothing is meant to be visually exciting but still completely wearable, resulting in small effects like monochrome embroidery and little safety pins with ribbons attached. Even the details have details.