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Japanese traditional garment

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Kimono: Japanese traditional garment
The kimono (็€็‰ฉ, ใใ‚‚ใฎ) is a traditional Japanese garment. The word kimono literally means "thing to wear on the shoulders"; ki comes from the verb kiru (็€ใ‚‹), a gender-neutral verb describes clothing worn on the shoulders or on the entire body, and mono (็‰ฉ) means "thing".

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Kim Kardashian West drops Kimono brand name

The reality star and designer does a U-turn following accusations of cultural appropriation.
BBC News - Published

Kim Kardashian West defends herself over Kimono row

The reality-star-turned-designer has been accused of cultural appropriation over new fashion line.
BBC News - Published

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Japan sending patent officials to U.S. over Kardashian Japan sending patent officials to U.S. over Kardashian "Kimono" flap as Kim backs down

Japan is to send patent officials to the United States to discuss the flap over Kim Kardashianโ€™s Kimono brand underwear, the trade minister said on Tuesday. Mia Womersley reports

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:33Published

 

ShowBiz Minute: Kardashian West, Spears, 'Spider-Man'

Kim Kardashian West faces backlash over Kimono shapewear; Britney Spears' conservatorship sues blogger for defamation; Tom Holland premieres "Spider-Man: Far From Home" in Los Angeles. (June 27)
USATODAY.com - Published

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