Women Sophie Milenovich Kimonos (365 Series)

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Kimonos (365 Series)

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9780810994508: Kimonos (365 Series)

Mucho más que simplemente una prenda, el kimono es uno de los símbolos más emblemáticos en Japón. es RI...

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The kimono, one of the most emblematic symbols of Japan, it is more than a garment - governed by a wealth of codes and traditions, it is the essence of Japanese culture itself. "Kimonos" beautifully illustrates the various facets of the garment, historically and in modern times, evoking the grace of Japanese graphics with its elegant layout and original photographs and drawings. Wearing a kimono and knotting an obi (the wide belt that secures the garment) according to traditional rule is extremely difficult. Lively colours are for unmarried girls only and long sleeved kimonos are not to be worn by married women.Once passed down from mother to daughter, today there are specialised schools that certify students in proper kimono etiquette. Codified in the seventeenth century, the principles of the manufacture and wearing of kimonos haven't changed since, although the kimono exists today in endless varieties, thanks to the diversity of fabric, weaving techniques and printing patterns. The simple T-shape of the kimono can have thousands of different appearances, depending on the style of folds and tucks of fabric.

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French artist Sophie Milenovich uses couture construction and techniques in her installation works and she has had several exhibitions of her work in the United States.

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Descripción Abrams, United States, 2007. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 236 x 173 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. The kimono, one of the most emblematic symbols of Japan, it is more than a garment - governed by a wealth of codes and traditions, it is the essence of Japanese culture itself. Kimonos beautifully illustrates the various facets of the garment, historically and in modern times, evoking the grace of Japanese graphics with its elegant layout and original photographs and drawings. Wearing a kimono and knotting an obi (the wide belt that secures the garment) according to traditional rule is extremely difficult. Lively colours are for unmarried girls only and long sleeved kimonos are not to be worn by married women.Once passed down from mother to daughter, today there are specialised schools that certify students in proper kimono etiquette. Codified in the seventeenth century, the principles of the manufacture and wearing of kimonos haven t changed since, although the kimono exists today in endless varieties, thanks to the diversity of fabric, weaving techniques and printing patterns. The simple T-shape of the kimono can have thousands of different appearances, depending on the style of folds and tucks of fabric. Nº de ref. de la librería AAC9780810994508

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Descripción Abrams, United States, 2007. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 236 x 173 mm. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. The kimono, one of the most emblematic symbols of Japan, it is more than a garment - governed by a wealth of codes and traditions, it is the essence of Japanese culture itself. Kimonos beautifully illustrates the various facets of the garment, historically and in modern times, evoking the grace of Japanese graphics with its elegant layout and original photographs and drawings. Wearing a kimono and knotting an obi (the wide belt that secures the garment) according to traditional rule is extremely difficult. Lively colours are for unmarried girls only and long sleeved kimonos are not to be worn by married women.Once passed down from mother to daughter, today there are specialised schools that certify students in proper kimono etiquette. Codified in the seventeenth century, the principles of the manufacture and wearing of kimonos haven t changed since, although the kimono exists today in endless varieties, thanks to the diversity of fabric, weaving techniques and printing patterns. The simple T-shape of the kimono can have thousands of different appearances, depending on the style of folds and tucks of fabric. Nº de ref. de la librería BZE9780810994508

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Descripción Abrams, United States, 2007. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 236 x 173 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. The kimono, one of the most emblematic symbols of Japan, it is more than a garment - governed by a wealth of codes and traditions, it is the essence of Japanese culture itself. Kimonos beautifully illustrates the various facets of the garment, historically and in modern times, evoking the grace of Japanese graphics with its elegant layout and original photographs and drawings. Wearing a kimono and knotting an obi (the wide belt that secures the garment) according to traditional rule is extremely difficult. Lively colours are for unmarried girls only and long sleeved kimonos are not to be worn by married women.Once passed down from mother to daughter, today there are specialised schools that certify students in proper kimono etiquette. Codified in the seventeenth century, the principles of the manufacture and wearing of kimonos haven t changed since, although the kimono exists today in endless varieties, thanks to the diversity of fabric, weaving techniques and printing patterns. The simple T-shape of the kimono can have thousands of different appearances, depending on the style of folds and tucks of fabric. Nº de ref. de la librería AAC9780810994508

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