Online Fashion Talk: Status, values & fashion of the Kimono
Kimono is a traditional attire in Japan. Kimono is worn by both men and women. The history of the Kimono, which literally means ‘the thing one wears’, stretches back to the elaborate formal wear of Japan’s Heian court, over Protected content ago. There are many details when it comes to an art of wearing a kimono: a choice of fabric, a pattern, season, and an occasion it is for – everything counts. The modern Kimono is usually worn by women, but the unisex varient, the summer cotton yukata, is popular with men, too.Kimono is tied with an Obi ( a silk, cotton or linen cloth) around the waist. Join this incredible talk about Japanese kimono and female role in a modern society and dive into intimate traditions of this mysterious culture.
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