Japanese Fashion Wholesalers
JAPANESE FASHION WHOLESALERS. LATEST FASHION TIPS FOR WOMEN. FALL FASHION PHOTOS.
Japanese Fashion Wholesalers
- Japan began to emulate Western fashion during the middle of the 19th century. By the beginning of the 21st century it had altered into what is known today as 'street fashion'.
- (wholesale) sweeping: ignoring distinctions; "sweeping generalizations"; "wholesale destruction"
- at a wholesale price; "I can sell it to you wholesale"
- (wholesale) sell in large quantities
japanese fashion wholesalers – Future Beauty:
Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion
Future Beauty is the first comprehensive survey of Japanese avant-garde fashion of the last 30 years. Such designers as Issey Miyake, Yohji Yamamoto and Rei Kawakubo made an enormous impact on the world fashion scene in the late twentieth century, challenging established notions of beauty and turning fashion into art. Today a new generation of radical designers, among them Tao Kurihara and Jun Takahashi, is fast gaining acclaim. This spectacular book, written by a team of experts led by the eminent fashion historian Akiko Fukai, explores the distinct sensibility of Japanese design ? the uniqueness of its form, cut and fabric. Illustrated with over 250 photographs and sketches, Future Beauty is an authoritative and stylish guide to some of the world’s most expressive fashion.
Japanese Fashion – Yamanba
The Yamanba, or Mountain Witch, was once a more common sight on the streets of Tokyo, but their numbers have dwindled to the point where they are now listed as an endangered species. No one really knows what has happened to them, but perhaps they are hiding out in the many mountainous regions of Japan, waiting to descend into the cities in numbers once more.
(with thanks to Naoko for description idea)
Taken at Ueno Park, Tokyo
30 Years of Japanese Fashion
Dress on exhibition at the Barbican for 30 Years of Japanese Fashion, illustration for Make Lemonade blog
japanese fashion wholesalers
This book examines the entire sweep of Japanese clothing history, from the sophisticated fashion systems of late-Edo period kimonos to the present day, providing possible theories of how Japan made this fashion journey and linking current theories of fashion to the Japanese example.
The book is unique in that it provides the first full history of the last two hundred years of Japanese clothing. It is also the first book to include Asian fashion as part of global fashion as well as fashion theory. It adds a hitherto absent continuity to the understanding of historical and current fashion in Japan, and is pioneering in offering possible theories to account for that entire history. By providing an analysis of how that entire history changes our understanding of the way fashion works this book will be an essential text for all students of fashion and design.