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Kimono YES THIS IS ME by tachiik*  Photography / People & Portraits / Other©2004-2015 tachiik      ^^ kore ga watashi deshyo!!! Sugoku kerei deshyo demo atsu katta...*_*

Kimono YES THIS IS ME by tachiik* Photography / People & Portraits / tachiik ^^ kore ga watashi deshyo!

Junihitoe est seulement porté par les femmes. Ceci est la tradition des…                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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Art by Rina Karibe / Jūnihitoe is only for women to wear. This is the Japanese tradition clothing that come at century. This is the most expensive Japanese tradition cloth.

Kimono-style tea gown, c.1905    Elegant tea gowns were worn by society ladies in their homes before dinner. They could relax with loosened corsets hidden under the flowing designs. When Orientalism swept the fashion world, loose Eastern garments were adapted to be worn as tea gowns. Many were imported and sold by Liberty & Co. in London.

ca 1905 kimono-style tea gown; the fashion world adopted Orientalism and loose Eastern garment styles were adapted as tea gowns.

Gown Mariano Fortuny 1910s  White silk taffeta stenciled with traditional Japanese motifs; pink silk taffeta padded hem and lining.  The long and narrow collar and the sleeves along with the kimono’s fuki-like padded hem, cause this dress to resemble a kimono. The stencil-printed taffeta depicts traditional Japanese motifs. The garment underneath the gown is one of Fortuny’s “Delphos” dresses.

Gown Mariano Fortuny White silk taffeta stenciled with traditional Japanese motifs; pink silk taffeta padded hem and lining. The long and narrow collar and the sleeves along with the kimono’s fuki-like padded hem, cause this dress to resemble a.

Fragment of a Kimono with Design of Flowing Water and Pickerel Weed (Mizu aoi). The kimono is a Japanese traditional garment. The word "kimono", which literally means a "thing to wear" has come to denote these full-length robes.

Fragment of a Kimono with Design of Flowing Water and Pickerel Weed (Mizu aoi). The kimono is a Japanese traditional garment. The word "kimono", which literally means a "thing to wear" has come to denote these full-length robes.

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