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Re-imagining the Empire of Japan through Japanese Schoolboy Uniforms

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posted on 15.01.2021, 05:15 by Emerald KingEmerald King, Denise Rall
Japanese kimono and the Japanese schoolboy uniform continue to interact with, and interrogate, global fashions as contemporary designers continue to call on the tropes of ‘military chic’ (Tonchi) and Japanese-inspired clothing (Kawamura).

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Publication Date

01/01/2015

Journal

M/C Journal

Volume

18

Issue

6

Pagination

onlinep.

Publisher

M/C - Media and Culture

ISSN

1441-2616

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