Sim. Existiram mulheres samurais. Elas eram guerreiras que pertenciam à nobreza do Japão e eram treinadas para defenderem as suas casas, a família e a comunidade. Algumas delas lutavam ao lado dos nobres samurais japoneses do sexo masculino e eram chamadas de onna-bugeisha. Mas existem onna bugeishas nos dias atuais? Sim. Somos nós. Eu. Você. Essas mulheres que foram destaque no campo de batalha são hoje a inspiração para o kimono de algodão cru criado pelo designer Toni Sean. E se a gente precisa de um “uniforme” à la onna-bugeisha, o kimono do estúdio From 6 to 7 é certamente a escolha perfeita para as batalhas da mulher contemporânea.
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Boots: Steve Madden / Leather Pants: Zara / Turtle Neck: Gap
Kimono: From 6 to 7 / Photo: Victor Tadeo X Wicked Shots
(Gente, o texto abaixo está todo em Inglês; mas vale a pena treinar, né, miga?… Vamos lá!)
I have readers of all ages, 13, 28, 61 … and so on. It would be a mistake to say that all of us here clearly experienced the delights of the 90’s, right? Well, my adolescence extended for much of the 90’s and I can say that everything – e-ve-ry-thing!!! except crappy news on world affairs – was really fun. I am not alone in this statement. During New York Fashion Week,
I had the honor of meeting designer Toni Sean. Would you be surprised to learn our conversation started because of our mutual love the 90’s?
“The fashion was much more pleasurable and magical, without pressures for millionaire figures. While everything today seems to revolve around a market, the fashion of the ’90s existed through the exercise of creation” said Sean before one of the runaway shows we watched together.
The designer draws inspiration from names from the couture universe and prominent personalities of the ’90s to design his creations. Names such as Dior, Gaultier and Valentino
– responsible for some of the most iconic pieces of the ’90s – are some of the references to the artisanal sewing of Toni Sean, who serves a unisex clientele at his studio in New York, shaping each piece to the client’s body .
Parallel to his exclusive sewing appointments, Sean promotes the line From 6 to 7, a ready to wear brand that Living Aurora is in love with. The look is ready to wear (such as this one) and these creations are all available for purchase HERE
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