Nearly two years later, Objects is considered to have expanded to include a wide range of silk vest garments: tapered silk trousers, slightly oversized blazer jackets, two-tone vests, pleated skirts, and accessories. hand-stitched case. Every product in the collection is made from 100% recycled materials (even mother-of-pearl). Inside each garment is a silk scrap flower and a handwritten tag that states how many hours each part of the clothing design process takes. Most of the current collection, which includes long-sleeved silk robes and black patchwork shirts sewn with traditional white silk thread, is made of kurotomesode, a formal kimono made from black silk. Sakanaka said, “I want every work that comes out of this studio to honor the producer who came before me. “It is now clear to me that I must incorporate these values into each piece in order to preserve the original works of art.”
Siff is in charge of Sakanaka’s first fashion show, which will take place in January 2021 at the Cristina Grajales Gallery in New York. Coiled Objects’ first collection, edition 01, is a collection of fifteen genderless, hand-sewn, one-of-a-kind kimono shirts—just like the one she created. out for the first time. The designer explains: “When you compare traditional Japanese clothing with Western clothing, you can see how tight Japanese clothing is to the body. “The kimono has no restrictions or limitations. You are not bound by age, size or gender. There is a lot of freedom in that.” For Sakanaka, the silk button-down shirt is a touch of nostalgia. “When I was a kid, I used to secretly wear my dad’s work shirts. That’s how I connected with him,” she said. “I never understood what it meant to create womenswear. I just wear clothes that speak to me in a personal way. Nick Krasznai / courtesy of Considered Subject
Nick Krasznai / courtesy of Considered Objects As the designer and Siff prepared a silk kimono shirt for shipping to a San Francisco retail store, I noticed another small drawstring bag. on the table. It was made from kimono silk, mirroring the colors and patterns of the yuzen-dyed silk shirts that hung on the shelf by the door. Similar to the thirty-year-old drawstring bag her grandmother gave her, the bag is made from leftover woven fabric. Sakanaka told me: “Every shirt has a suitable drawstring pocket to keep it inside. “It was a memento to be passed on. What my grandmother did brings back the memory of my connection to her. Making them is my way of honoring her and keeping her close.” Kate Moss is one of Britain’s most famous blondes, but she became famous for her pink hair in the 1990s. The supermodel agreed to dye her hair fluoro pink for a walk at Versace’s spring 1999 show. In 1998, Juergen Teller took a photo of Kate in bed, her pink hair falling over her pillow and called the photo “young pink Kate”. The photo has been ubiquitous on Instagram for more than 20 years. In an interview with Nick Knight for ShowStudio in 2014, Kate revealed that she only dyed her hair for a week. “[It’s] sad, because this photo is when it starts to look good,” she told Knight of having to go back to brown hair at the request of Calvin Klein, with whom she worked regularly. at that time. Now, decades after that iconic makeover, Kate has revived her pink hair for Marc Jacobs’ Resort 2022/2023 campaign.
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