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  • Kyōto Fukushoku Bunka Kenkyū Zaidan -- Exhibitions.
     
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  • Fashion -- Japanese influences -- Exhibitions.
     
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  • Clothing and dress -- Japanese influences -- Exhibitions.
     
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  • Kimonos -- Exhibitions.
     
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    Kimono refashioned : Japan's impact on international fashion / edited by Yuki Morishima and Rie Nii ; essays by Akiko Fukai, Cynthia Amnéus, Katherine Anne Paul, Karin G. Oen, Yuki Morishima, and Rie Nii.
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    San Francisco : Asian Art Museum, 2018.
    Subjects
  • Kyōto Fukushoku Bunka Kenkyū Zaidan -- Exhibitions.
  •  
  • Fashion -- Japanese influences -- Exhibitions.
  •  
  • Clothing and dress -- Japanese influences -- Exhibitions.
  •  
  • Kimonos -- Exhibitions.
  •  
  • Kimonos in art -- Exhibitions.
  • ISBN: 
    9780939117857
    0939117851
    Description: 
    ix, 134 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 28 cm.
    Edition: 
    First edition.
    Contents: 
    The kimono meets the West / Akiko Fukai -- Wearing Japonism / Cynthia Amnéus -- Occidentalisms in Japanese fashion / Katherine Anne Paul -- Deconstruction and refashioning Japonism / Karin G. Oen -- Japonism in art and fashion / Yuki Morishima -- Why an exhibition on kimono refashioned? / Rie Nii -- Kimono in paintings -- Japonism in fashion -- Kimono in contemporary fashion -- Japan pop.
    Content Notes: 
    "Published on the occasion of the exhibition Kimono Refashioned, co-organized by the Kyoto Costume Institute and the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco."
    Additional Author: 
    Morishima, Yuki, 1974- editor, author.
    Nii, Rie, editor, author.
    Fukai, Akiko, 1943- author.
    Amnéus, Cynthia, author.
    Paul, Katherine Anne, author.
    Oen, Karin G., 1978- author.
    Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, organizer, host institution.
    Kyōto Fukushoku Bunka Kenkyū Zaidan, organizer.
    Cincinnati Art Museum, host institution.
    Newark Museum, host institution.
    Summary: 
    "Kimono Refashioned explores the impact of kimono on the world of fashion from the 1870s to now. Featuring works from the renowned Kyoto Costume Institute, it includes Japanese and Western designs, men's and women's apparel, and both exacting and impressionistic references to kimono. Kimono has influenced global fashion since Japan opened to the world in the late nineteenth century. Motifs used to decorate kimono, its form and silhouette, and its two-dimensional structure and linear cut have all been refashioned into a wide array of garments. Kimono revealed new possibilities in clothing design and helped to lay the foundations of contemporary clothing. Six essays from experts in the field discuss Japan's impact on international fashion. Four catalogue sections explore early examples of the influence of kimono; Japonism in fashion from the late nineteenth century to the 1920s; contemporary fashion and its use of kimono's flatness, silhouette, weave, dyeing, and decoration; and how Japan continues to inspire the world of fashion through its incorporation of popular design, including manga and anime" -- Provided by publisher.
    Notes: 
    Includes bibliographical references.
    Genre: 
    Exhibition catalogs.
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