Prestel Publishing Kimono Now

Manami Okazaki
The kimono is such a symbol of Japan, and this book is just as much about real-life wear as it is museum hangings. Okazaki explores the origins and the evolution of what was once an everyday traditional garment... and what is now a reinterpreted and wholly relevant icon of Japanese culture, fashion, and history. And whether you're more into Harajuku street style or tea ceremonies or textile design, there is insightful commentary as well as a wealth of photos of the kimono used as a canvas for both personal style and attention to tradition.

The Specs

208 pages
10.8" x 7.9" x 0.9"

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