Chiaki Kuriyama featured in Girl of Myth by Kishin Shinoyama
Yohji Yamamoto, autumn/winter 1998–1999. In contrast to McQueen, the simplicity of hand-knitting and the basic construction of Yamamoto’s pieces conjured a romantic innocence and naïveté, as the models hugged the comforting knitting around themselves. The shapes of the coat and dress are simple rectangles, the edges left to curl. The accompanying advertising campaign showed the clothes in strange, magical settings in the forest in full moonlight.
Knitwear in Fashion by Sandy Black
Three of Tutankhamun’s Rings
(a) The green nephrite signet shows the King and Min.
(b) The three-dimensional bezel is formed from a lapis lazuli scarab flanked by an inlaid falcon and moon barque on a cartouche-shaped base. The inlays are green jasper and glass.
(c) The scarab bezel of the gold ring is of chalcedony; the underside shows Thoth and the udjat.
Left: Comme des Garçons, SS 1983
White cotton jersey blouse with cotton ribbon appliqué, washed white patchwork dress of sheeting and rayon satin.
Right: Yohji Yamamoto, SS 1983
White cotton cut-work jacket, dress and pants.
Andy Stott - "Numb"
Mariko Mori, Wave UFO installed at Oneness exhibition in CCBB, São Paulo, Brazil, 2011 [detail]
From “European Window Displays” by Shin Kitsukawa, 1986
Ushio Amagatsu (天児牛大) of Sankai Juku (山海塾) wandering around the city.