Derived from the words ki (“wear”) and mono (“thing”), the kimono is a traditional Japanese garment. Kimonos come in a range of styles and patterns. They are typically hand-sewn into a “T” shape from 4 single pieces of fabric called tans and tied with an obi, or belt.
For generations, Japanese style has been defined by a single garment: the kimono. Historically significant, aesthetically fascinating, and steeped in symbolism, the kimono captures the exquisite elegance of Japanese culture and design, proving that clothing can be much more than meets the eye.
Ninousha merges Far Eastern Elements and Western Symbols to create her Colorful Kimonoushas. Each Kimonousha that she designs helps the “UNITED PEOPLE OF NINOUSHA” to manifest the power they already have within them.