Junko Koshino, Fashion Designer: Theater Costumes
Thursday, February 07, 2008 - Sunday, February 17, 2008

The Tony-nominated fashion designer left Japan for Paris in the early '80s and started showing garments that drew on the basic Kimono shape. Interested in contrasts, she claims opposites come together to form a whole.

  • Theater Lobby
  • All Day
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Born into a family of designers in Osaka, Tony-nominated fashion designer Junko Koshino (Amon Miyamoto's Pacific Overtures) left Japan for Paris in the early '80s and formed her own company. She started showing garments that drew on the basic Kimono shape and soon began presenting her collections there. Interested in contrasts - curves and straight lines, light and dark, round and square, men and women - Junko claims opposites come together to form a whole.

(Exhibition is in the Opera House lobby; exhibition is not open when performances are in these venues.)

A Junko Koshino Fashion Show will be presented free on the Millennium Stage, February 7 at 6 p.m.
 

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