Who ever thought of sulfur-dyeing a garment? Japan's Needles, that's who. The brand's Hunter Jacket features a washed-out and treated cotton fabric that may appear to be a regular, oddly-shaped denim jacket from the jump. But it's not. It features shorter sleeves and challenges you to pull off this lightweight spring jacket. Ever come across a pair of heavyweight, faded neppy jeans in a thrift store? This jacket's wash has a similar finish, but without the painstakingly daily wears and washing routines that border on alchemy. Stack up $440 and it's yours. Cop here from Trés Bien.