N° 6  'Ceremony' Kimono Shirt
N° 6  'Ceremony' Kimono Shirt
The pattern is cut from a 'Houmongi' 訪問着, a semi-formal visiting wear kimono that is typically worn during special occasions, family celebrations and ceremonies.  This kimono is adorned with one of the most popularly depicted flowers 'Kiku' 菊 chrysanthemum.  It is an auspicious symbol of beauty, longevity and is featured on the imperial seal of Japan.   Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, front patch pockets, back yoke with an inverted pleat, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
N° 6  'Ceremony' Kimono Shirt
The pattern is cut from a 'Houmongi' 訪問着, a semi-formal visiting wear kimono that is typically worn during special occasions, family celebrations and ceremonies.  This kimono is adorned with one of the most popularly depicted flowers 'Kiku' 菊 chrysanthemum.  It is an auspicious symbol of beauty, longevity and is featured on the imperial seal of Japan.   Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, front patch pockets, back yoke with an inverted pleat, side paneling, and single-button cuffs.
Inspired by the importance of ceremony in our lives.  A ceremony allows us to acknowledge a transition or a rite of passage – a new beginning or sometimes, as a conclusion to an event in our lives.
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N° 6 'Ceremony' Kimono Shirt

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Vintage kimono.  100% silk.

Inspired by the importance of ceremony in our lives.  A ceremony allows us to acknowledge a transition or a rite of passage – a new beginning or sometimes, as a conclusion to an event in our lives.  

The pattern is cut from a 'Houmongi' 訪問着, a semi-formal visiting wear kimono that is typically worn during special occasions, family celebrations, and ceremonies.  This kimono is adorned with one of the most popularly depicted flowers 'Kiku' 菊 chrysanthemum.  It is an auspicious symbol of beauty, longevity and is featured on the imperial seal of Japan. 

Detailed with a center front placket with shell buttons, front patch pockets, back yoke with an inverted pleat, side paneling, and single-button cuffs. 

Every piece is one of a kind and hand-numbered.  All wear and idiosyncrasies are unique to the textile.  Handcrafted by artisans in New York City.

Size & Measurements:
One size fits all (XS-L). Model (5' 7" / 172cm) 
Front length from HPS: 28" / 71cm
Back length from HPS: 32" / 81cm
Chest: 24" / 61cm

Care and Longevity:
Spot treat to clean or bring to a green dry cleaner. May be sensitive to treatment with dry cleaning chemicals.

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