Kimono | c. 1910

can we look at the pleats poking out at the bottom!?

Japonisme reflected the influence of Japanese art and design on the West. This evening robe illustrates the confluence of the two cultures; its classic kimono silhouette is Westernized through the inclusion of a center-back pleat construction.

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