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Clothes with blank spaces that allow the wearer to express their individuality through the sleeves.
Clothing that pursues the beauty of "imbalance (imperfection)", an ancient Japanese aesthetic sense.

That is what ULTERIOR is aiming for.
White space does not simply mean a small amount of information or a simple gap. In other words, the blank space is like an interaction that occurs between the clothes that are there and the person who wears them.

When people pick up clothes, they probably intuitively judge whether the clothes are good or bad, and whether they can be worn for a long time. When the clothes resonate with her and match her skin, she welcomes them into her closet. Next, people think about what to wear it with, what occasion, what kind of atmosphere, and with whom they should wear it. You cannot find the answer even if you look outside of yourself; the answer is only within yourself, and there are thousands and thousands of answers.

There is more than one answer.

We have long been in an era where we look outside for answers, and the voice of someone other than ourselves is telling us that someone else is wearing this, so we should wear it that way too, or that this color is popular, so we should get it too. As I tried to listen desperately to what was being said, I may have lost sight of how to hear my true voice and how to search for answers.

ULTERIOR's clothes give the wearer a moment of hesitation. It's clothes that make you think, clothes that leave space. As long as clothes give the wearer the space to think, the wearer will never stop thinking. We influence each other, halation occurs, we get to know each other better, and we get to know ourselves. What exists between these relationships is the margin.