Culture, literature, and art. JAPANESE FASHION YESTERDAY, TODAY, TOMORROW
In the East, fashion was formed quite differently than in Europe. In China, Korea, and Japan, people's tastes have been defined by Buddhist precepts for centuries. This school is characterized by simplicity, asymmetry, incompleteness as the most striking manifestation of beauty. This was especially evident in the tenets of Zen Buddhism, which shaped the entire Japanese aesthetic. Is it any wonder that any shades of eastern understanding of beauty in European fashion centers were perceived as experimental and even avant-garde trends? In recent years, the world fashion is increasingly turning towards the East and, mainly, in the Japanese direction. Japanese motifs have become a favorite theme for leading Western fashion designers and almost a permanent attribute of prestigious Paris fashion shows. The famous John Galliano, the main creative face of the house "Christian Dior", built the artistic concept of one of his collections in 2003 on the features of stage costumes of the Japanese traditional Kabuki theater. In the same year, American designer Ralph Rucci presented his "Tea Ceremony" series at the haute couture festival in Paris, embodying the basic principles of Japanese aesthetics. Almost simultaneously with him, Jean-Paul Gaultier creates a series of works "Geisha in the Louvre", inspired by the idea of a traditional kimono. And his regular client, Madonna, is happy to demonstrate her uncharacteristic Japanese style at the Grammy Awards. Echoes of Japanese trends are also evident in the works of many well-known Russian designers, including Valentin Yudashkin, who in 2002 presented the author's collection "Japan"full of imagination and sophistication. In short, Japanese style has an increasing influence on the development of the global fashion industry every year. But today, in their taste preferences, European fashionistas prefer to turn not to the original solutions in the Japanese style of Western couturiers, but directly to the original source - the works of ... Read more
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