Traditionally-inspired clothing are indeed very trendy nowadays. It gives certain class and appeal to our overall appearance. One of the most popular traditional (oriental) inspiration for clothing is the “Kimono”.

Here below is presentation evaluating and critiquing a research paper, “The Cosmopolitanism of the “Kimono” in Magazine Fiction”, about the use of “Kimono” in present time:

Kimono-yes, Kimono-not

To read the article, click here.

The presentation above is collaborated by the Wanderlust Group (@mayuluh.wordpress.com , @yuanderwoman.wordpress.com , @marikariefelizzizi.tumblr.com)

Sources:

Eiko (Designer). Strapless Gown of Black And Red Kimono Fabric [Photograph]. Retrieved from http://www.eweddinginspiration.com/2013/05/20/japanese-wedding-dresses-aliansas-modern-kimono-fabric-wedding-dresses/

Hill, Sarah. Kimono Trending [Image]. Retrieved from https://www.pinterest.com/pin/261208847110536413/

L’Wren Scott. [modern red kimono dress on the runway]. Retrieved from http://www.justluxe.com/fine-living/fashion/feature-1950030.php

Naoko Tsurutas (Designer). [Two women wearing modern-style kimono]. Retrieved from https://chipskjaa.wordpress.com/2011/07/26/naoko-tsurutas-kimono-chic/

Yumeji Takehisa (Illustrator). 1997. April Fool [Illustration]. Retrieved from http://www.bisoujapon.com/special/bisoujapon-expo-taisho-romanesqueles.html

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