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Junko Koshino Fashion Show (The Kennedy Center)

Junko Koshino Fashion Show

Born into a family of designers in Osaka, Junko Koshino 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. Junko is interested in contrasts, curves and straight lines, light and dark, round and square, men and women. She claims opposites come together to form a whole. She has designed costumes for many opera and theater productions including Madame Butterfly and Amon Miyamoto's Broadway production of Pacific Overtures for which she received a Tony Award nomination.

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Junko Koshino Fashion Show 2/7/08: Junko Koshino Fashion Show

Don’t miss a fashion show created by the acclaimed designer, Tony-nominated for her costumes for Amon Miyamoto’s Pacific Overtures. In the early ’80s, she left Japan for Paris where she formed her own company, showing garments inspired by the basic Kimono shape. 

Junko Koshino Fashion Show

Don’t miss a fashion show created by the acclaimed designer, Tony-nominated for her costumes for Amon Miyamoto’s Pacific Overtures. In the early ’80s, she left Japan for Paris where she formed her own company, showing garments inspired by the basic Kimono shape. 

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