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Shoes - Japanese Traditional Ensemble

Shoes - Japanese Traditional Ensemble

Date: 1960/1979
Creator: unknown
Description: Pair of Geta. The sandals are straight last, with thick white plastic soles, having horizontal bands of orange in two shades. Orange and white straps to fit between toe and back to sides of foot.
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Wedding Kimono

Wedding Kimono

Date: 1960/1969
Creator: unknown
Description: Woman's uchikake kimono of off-white damask silk with background pattern of stylized cranes in diamond frames. The full-length kimono has long sleeves, and is embellished with gold and silver couched embroidery throughout of large leaf forms on upper part of garment, and of geometric shapes on lower part. The kimono has a rolled and padded hem, which reveals the red silk lining.
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1963
Creator: Mori, Hanae
Description: Dress in modified caftan style of navy blue silk and silk chiffon with butterfly print. Full length. Sleeveless silk under dress has matching butterfly pattern. Over dress of chiffon has long set-in sleeve on right and draped opening on left creating a toga-like effect. Hemline and draped sleeve bordered in 4" band of light aqua blue organza with under band of hot pink organza. Scooped back has center opening of 10 faux self-covered buttons and loops with closure of 5 covered snaps. Lined in navy jacquard rayon with "Hanae Mori" print. Designer's label at inside back to left of zipper: "(Japanese characters) / Hanae Mori"
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Dress

Dress

Date: 1965/1969
Creator: Mori, Hanae
Description: Dress of printed jersey knit wool. Dress is printed with somewhat surreal design of pink roses, violet butterflies, green water with blue plants growing from it, brown blossoms, and cream sections of negative space. Street-length with rounded neckline and attached self-tie. Long sleeves. Waist with 8 rows of horizontal gathered stitch detail forming a very light ruched effect. Center front concealed zipper opening with hook-and-eye at top. Unlined. Designer's label sewn in at inside back neckline: "VIVID / Hanae Mori" Care tag sewn to bottom of designer's label: "Out Cloth 100% Wool / lining / Made in Japan / Dry Cleaning Only" Size tag sewn to bottom of care tag: "10" Retailer's label sewn in at inside back neckline: "Neiman-Marcus / Trophy Room"
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1965~
Creator: unknown
Description: Hat of natural straw. The conical hat has a rounded top, and a "waist" part way down where the curve of the hat changes. The entire hat is overlaid with bands of colored raffia (blue; white; yellow; orange; dark blue; purple; and green) extending from the top of the crown to the brim. From the top of the hat extends a tassel/streamers of the same strands of raffia. Unlined, with white inner hatband, and a white string attached to help secure hat to wearer's head. Label attached to back of crown: "Made in Japan" Written on inner headband in blue marker: "77 [illeg]"
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Evening Gown

Evening Gown

Date: 1967
Creator: Mori, Hanae
Description: Evening gown. Strapless, full-length gown with pattern of horizontal chevrons in orange and white, and with Lurex chevrons in metallic iridescent blues, greens, and orange. Upper edge of dress with band of same fabric at 90 degree angle, and with flat bow of self at center front. Zipper at back, off-center to left side. Bodice with inner corset band with snaps and hooks-and-eyes. Dress lined in cream damask with woven logo “Mori Hanae” repeated over entire surface. With accompanying rectangular orange silk shawl/scarf/wrap. Designer's label: "Hanae Mori" with Japanese characters.
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Photographs of Joyce Shoop wearing Hanae Mori evening gown

Photographs of Joyce Shoop wearing Hanae Mori evening gown

Date: 1967
Creator: Kim Dawson Agency
Description: Three photographs of Ms. Joyce Shoop wearing a Hanae Mori evening gown (TFC Inventory (2015.002.001). One photo of Ms. Shoop wearing the gown while working at the 14th Annual Tokyo Motor Show, October 25-November 8, 1967, in Tokyo, Japan. Ms. Shoop had bought the dress in 1967 in Tokyo. Two photographs are her publicity shots from her work as a model for the Kim Dawson Agency.
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Evening Dress

Evening Dress

Date: 1968/1969
Creator: Mori, Hanae
Description: Evening dress of blue, aqua and white rayon/nylon blend brocade with gold metallic embroidery in flower and semi-circle motif. Knee-length. Center front zipper is hidden by ivory satin placket with 5 self-covered buttons. Double collar of brocade under and ivory satin upper. Short sleeves. Two patch pockets with flaps on front at sides. Princess seams. Inverted pleat in back starts at waistline; half belt band on back waistline is finished inside princess seams. Lined in blue rayon jacquard with "Mori Hanae" imprint. Designer's label at center back neckline: "(Japanese characters) / Hanae Mori" Retailer's label below designer's label: "Neiman-Marcus" Size "8" tag attached to center of base of designer label. Fiber content /care label above designer label.
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[Adjunct Temple]

[Adjunct Temple]

Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of an adjunct temple in the Yakushiji Temple Complex of Nara, Japan. The side of the temple is visible in the foreground. A low stone wall and post are visible in front of the temple entrance. The temple has a thatched roof with tile edges.
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[Bamboo fence]

[Bamboo fence]

Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of a bamboo fence in the Chinzan-so Garden in Tokyo, Japan. The fence is visible in the foreground. Green plants are visible in the background.
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