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The Art of the Kimono; Japanese Signs, Symbols, and Stories

The Arts Society Leicester present The Art of the Kimono; Japanese Signs, Symbols, and Stories

Speaker – Suzanne Perrin

In Japanese society the kimono advertised your rank and status, wealth and taste. Complex symbols and stories abound in the lavish decoration of textiles and fabrics used for men’s and women’s clothing from the 17th to 19th centuries.

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