DRESS IN JAPAN
Director(s): Hélène LEE – Writer(s): Hélène LEE Contact Print page
At the other end of the spectrum, around the age of 60, the Japanese might go for the most coloured and gaudy outfits, maybe a return to childhood?
And dressing in a traditional kimono is a true obstacle course which is completed by tying the Obi, the fourth sash of the outfit and jewel in the crown of Japanese textile art. We discover that the most erotic ‘décolleté’ in Japan is… the one baring the nape of the neck.