Fall 2015


A kimono (“thing to wear”) is made out of rectangular pieces of fabric. When the shape and the cut of the kimono is given, it allows for challenging how to work the material, being unbleached, black or grey linen. 32 very hard-working, experimenting and inspiring hands have been ripping up and knitting, folding and pressing, platting and twisting, padded and pleated, drawn through netting and stitched onto tulle, formed into volutes and rosettas and stitched and stitched and stitched to present 16 very fine examples of contemporary examples of the kimono.