ジョウタロウ サイトウ(JOTARO SAITO) 2015-16年秋冬コレクション Gallery49

ジョウタロウ サイトウ(JOTARO SAITO)2015-16年秋冬コレクション Gallery49

ジョウタロウ サイトウ(JOTARO SAITO) 2015-16年秋冬コレクション Gallery49

140319-7497 - Autumn/Winter 2014 Collection of Japanese fashion brand JOTARO SAITO on March 19, 2014, in Tokyo.

140319-7497 - Autumn/Winter 2014 Collection of Japanese fashion brand JOTARO SAITO on March 19, 2014, in Tokyo.

jotaro saito / 2014-2015 / A/W

jotaro saito / / A/W

140319-7805 - Autumn/Winter 2014 Collection of Japanese fashion brand JOTARO SAITO on March 19, 2014, in Tokyo.

140319-7805 - Autumn/Winter 2014 Collection of Japanese fashion brand JOTARO SAITO on March 19, 2014, in Tokyo.

Spring/Summer 2014 Collection of Japanese fashion brand JOTARO SAITO,SANSAI SAITO

kimononagoya: “ More bird motifs from the Saito show with this set. It looks like it could be a duck, but could be also be a goose or some magical bird (I think it’s a duck based on the ‘face’ though.

Anrealage yukata  ISETAN YUKATA SELECTION イセタンユカタセレクション - Artistic director Yamaguchi Soudai 山口壮大  - 2014

I can see taking apart multiple pieces of clothing, made of the same or compatible fabrics, and maybe even dying everything the same color, such as this lovely blue.

Autumn/Winter 2014 Collection of Japanese fashion brand JOTARO SAITO on March 19, 2014, in Tokyo.

Autumn/Winter 2014 Collection of Japanese fashion brand JOTARO SAITO on March 19, 2014, in Tokyo.

Kimono by Jotaro Saito

kimononagoya: “ Hawks are a traditional autumn motif in Japan. These birds in particular look a little bit like doves because of their positioning, but the head shape and hint of a raptor beak puts.

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Traditional clothing special style, beautiful girl and model, include china, korea, japan tradition style

In Japanese kimono, obi, and haori. [that looks way bigger than any haori I've ever seen.. maybe it's a doguchi or michiyuki]

In Japanese kimono, obi, and haori. [that looks way bigger than any haori I've ever seen. maybe it's a doguchi or michiyuki]

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