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A Study on Aesthetic Traits of Japanese Traditional Costumes in Rei Kawakubo`s Fashion - Focused on Comme des Garḉons` F/W 2011~S/S 2016 Men`s Collections -
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A Study on Aesthetic Traits of Japanese Traditional Costumes in Rei Kawakubo`s Fashion - Focused on Comme des Garḉons` F/W 2011~S/S 2016 Men`s Collections -
Li, Aizhen; Choi, Sooah;
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 Abstract
This study is a theoretical research based on previous domestic and international researches. The case study proceeded by collecting images from periodicals such as International Men`s magazine GQ, First of all website(www.style.com) and Vogue website(www.vogue.com) were viewed. The images were selected had shapes, colors, and motives with Japanese aesthetic traits from Comme des Garçons` men`s Collections of 2011 F/W to 2016 S/S. The purpose of this study is to find out the possible sources of forms and expressive methods of future fashion through Japanese traditional aesthetics of Rai Kawakubo`s fashion world. Designers are expected to continue on using traditional aesthetic beauties of other countries as sources of modern fashion.
 Keywords
aesthetic trait;aesthetics of dress;Japanese traditional costume;men`s fashion;Rei Kawakubo;
 Language
Korean
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