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On a recent afternoon, Maric was wearing her handiwork: a red wool coat, an iridescent jacket cut from flowering kimono fabric, knee-high red patent leather boots.
Japanese kimonos, Mexican ponchos, Muslim hijabs — all are readily available.
The IMx’s pearl white body is offset by vermilion accents, a color said to be inspired by uramasari, which describes the extravagant decoration found on the inner layers of traditional Japanese kimonos.
The $7,560 outfit incorporating a Gucci evening jacket for a courtside night out and the infamous $22,000 Gucci kimono worn to the NBA All-Star game.
That's true even for kimono-loving, skin-care-enthusiast, white-tee-obsessive, DIY-specialist John Mayer, who turns 40 on October 16.
Sarah Brandner’s clean, balanced sets and Brian C. Hemesath’s culture-crossing costumes (kimono sashes on 1930s dresses) framed the show beautifully.
Everything here has a tranquility-inspiring meaning, nothing is accidental, instructed my kimono-jacket-wearing tour guide, Peter Shinbach, nodding to pines whose branches had been pruned to look like clouds floating by.
In the Realm of the Senses' In the Realm of the Senses tells the story of Japanese Geisha Sada Abe, who's said to have killed her lover, and then cut off his penis and testicles, and carried them around with her in her kimono.
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Origin and Etymology of kimono
First Known Use: 1886See Words from the same year
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