Recent Examples of kimono from the Web
The curator has embedded this trove within what is essentially a second exhibition that traces bamboo’s presence through folding screens, ink paintings, porcelain, netsuke, kimonos and more.
The structure was inspired by Japanese kimono elements.
Despite the kimono-style silhouettes, several dresses were slit even higher than the thigh, and presented in fluorescent colors that are a departure for the brand.
Dressed in a white kimono-style top and pants, Mary is focused and obedient.
The Edo-era homes in the town of Mima are also worth a visit: Many are now shops, selling traditionally made kimonos and wooden sandals.
She's partnered with some of Houston's most noted artists to create an artistic assortment of kimonos that make great holiday gifts.
Regular demonstrations include koto (Japanese harp) playing, wearing of the yukata (Japanese kimono) and chado (the Way of Tea).
Click ahead to see the kimonos, cowboy boots, and camel tracksuits-as-pantsuits.
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Origin and Etymology of kimono
First Known Use: 1886See Words from the same year
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