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Original World Culture Photography by Chris L Jones | Fine Art Art on Paper | Japanese hostess Zori sandals - Limited Edition of
Original Art Digital Photography, measuring: 60.96W x 91.44H x 0.25D cm, by: Chris L Jones (Australia). Styles: Fine Art. Subject: World Culture. Keywords: Maekawa, Hostess, Festival, Zori, Iris, Sandals. This Digital Photography is one of a kind and once sold will no longer be available to purchase. Buy art at Saatchi Art.
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As we all know by now people in Japan have a very ordinary style. The question is where did this come from? During the 1970’s Kenzo Takada, a Japanese designer opened a boutique in Paris called Jangle Jap. His famous collection was Paris Pret-a-porter. Pret-a-porter was a colorful and dynamic folklore look. It was a much layered look and quickly became popular. Throughout the years, many other designers like Rei Kawakubo and Hanae Mori followed Kenzo’s footsteps. In 1977, a bob hairstyle…
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Nuno zori (cloth sandals) are comfortable Japanese alternatives to slippers. We visit MERIKOTI in Ryogoku, Tokyo selling handmade nuno zori to learn what makes these cloth sandals special. They're comfortable, eco-friendly & make great gifts!
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