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a loose robe

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For the night time, kimonos can be coupled with maxis or pants, as well.
Head off to Yumeyakata Kimono Rental Shop in Kyoto, one of the city's biggest, and check out the various packages.
My husband and I are both from arts backgrounds and fell in love with kimonos during our first visit to Japan.
The escapism effect was felt most strongly at Maison Martin Margiela and Marni, where the finest fabrics were cut in cheongsam or kimono shapes, while at Carven and Lanvin, antique pottery prints were splashed on sporty separates.
The unique event featured Japan's folk music, the country's distinctive art of dancing and a parade of Japanese traditional garment -- kimonos.
She sang mostly off-book, and her stunning kimonos served her performance perfectly.
Fashion, whether it be denim kimonos and square-cut three-quarter sleeve jackets at Kenzo, judo-like trousers and wrap silk jackets at Celine, or colourblocked opulence at Louis Vuitton.
The event included a fashion show with Kimonos modelled by members of the Japanese community.
The move follows complaints from a large number of geisha that tourists keen to click their pictures often pursue them down the street, and tug them on the sleeves of heir kimonos
Mrs Davies added: "The idea is to introduce people in the North-West to the idea there is more to Japan than cars, kimonos or tosa fighting dogs, lots of other things about Japanese culture ancient and modern that are there to capture the imagination which this exhibition will prove.
The motifs on the exhibitionCOs kimonos range from almost-abstract rivers capes to relatively realistic close-ups on blooming cherry trees.
The company's products range from Organic Cotton Dog Kimonos ($29) and Organic Striped Dog Tees ($22) to organic cotton bone or animal-shaped chew toys ($9-$13).
It reads: "A Korean woman and her American friend model traditional Korean kimonos.