LET IT BE, spawned by Paul McCartney and John Lennon.
The song is derived from the words LET IT BE that Paul McCartney's bereaved mother delivered at her bedside.
Paul also said that "VIRGIN MARY," which also appears in the song, means mother, and he matched the expression with John Lennon's art "LISTEN TO THIS" to express Lennon McCartney, who is used in the credits when they wrote songs together, on the clothes.
The prints are based on silk print images from the late 1960s through 1970.
The item was created as a companion piece to the "Listen to This" series that John was developing as an art project at the time.
The sweatshirt fabric used for the body is an original thick lined sweatshirt.
The reverse side is not brushed, making it suitable for all seasons.
The sizing is an unbelievably large size, reminiscent of the cut-off sweatshirts of the 60's. The ribbed hem ensures a certain amount of tension.
The ribbed hem has a certain amount of tension for a natural appearance.
The short-sleeved sweatshirt, which is not well known in Japan, should be more commonplace, and the sleeve attachment points have been widened to make it cooler when worn.
The realistic coloring and faded look of worn-out sweatshirts are exquisitely expressed, and the result is a level of quality that captivates the viewer.
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