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Installation of some styling work category

Japan Fashion and Lifestyle Foundation

Japan Fashion and Lifestyle Foundation
Minato-ku, Japan

Workwear -Work-

Unlike Europe, where moleskin work jackets and tailored jackets became workwear, numerous workwear appeared in the United States such as jeans, bib overalls, painter pants, and coverall, etc. They were made of materials such as denim, hickory, and chambray. However, high fashion had avoided them. In 1969, Yves Saint Laurent released a denim coat. It caused a great sensation, with both fans and critics. However, no other designers followed suit. In the late 1970s, denim was accepted as a fashion material, and a new designer jeans genre appeared.

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  • Title: Installation of some styling work category
  • Rights: Japan Fashon and Lifestyle Foundation
  • Photographer: Noriyuki Hata

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