Man's Formal Jacket (Haori)


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By the early twentieth century, the focal point of stylish men’s clothing had turned inward, and the lining of a haori, a formal outer jacket worn over a kimono, often boasted eye-catching designs. On this example, Mount Fuji’s snowy peak dominates the composition.

Man's Formal Jacket (Haori), Dye-patterned and painted plain-weave silk, Japan

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