Presentation on theme: "Japanese Fashion. Ganguro Shibuya and Ikeburo districts of Tokyo are the centre of Ganguro fashion Blonde/orange dyed hair. Tanned skin Black ink used."— Presentation transcript:
Ganguro Shibuya and Ikeburo districts of Tokyo are the centre of Ganguro fashion Blonde/orange dyed hair. Tanned skin Black ink used as eyeliner and white concealer used as lipstick and eyeshadow False eyelashes, plastic facial gems and pearly face powder Platform shoes and brightly coloured outfits Stickers on the face and lots of bracelets/rings/necklaces
Yamanba Extreme version of Ganguro fashion -Very dark tan -White lipstick, pastel eye make-up, metallic or glittery stickers below the eyes -Bright coloured contact lenses -Illuminous coloured clothes -Multicoloured hair-clips or extensions worn so hair looks longer
Kogyaru Means high school girl Thick make-up Bronzed skin Short skirts, loose socks and high platform shoes
Traditional dress in Japan Kimono means thing to wear ki = wear Mono = thing/item T-shaped garment with long wide sleeves and a hem that falls to the ankle. Wrapped around the body, left side over right. Secured with a sash in the middle called an obi. Traditionally worn with geta ( an split toe socks called tabi
Yukatta Informal, unlined summer kimono Usually made from cotton or linen Worn at outdoor festivals, by men and women of all ages Also worn at onsen ( - Japanese hot springs A lot cheaper and more comfortable than more traditional kimono.
Happi jacket Lightweight cotton jacket Worn at festivals/festive occasions. Usually plain in colour (often blue) with a printed symbol on the back, usually the kanji matsuri), meaning festival.
Traditional female entertainers. Gei- artsha- person Skills include performing various arts such as classical music (playing the, dance and tea ceremony. Also skilled in the art of conversation, gaming, literature and poetry. Apprentice geisha are called, and they begin training at an early age. Her will help to train her and take her along to events and parties so she can observe a trained geisha at work. Training will take place in an okiya - Geisha house For the first 3 years, a trainee geisha is called a maiko.
Make-up Thick white base that covers the face, neck and chest. Powder made from rice powder and water. Red lipstick-comes in a stick and is melted then applied with a brush. Red or black accents around the eyes and eyebrows. Kimono Geisha always wear kimono. Kimono can be as many as 15 layers thick and can take up 3 years to complete, due to number of layers, painting and embroidery. Colour, pattern and style of kimono varies according season and the event being attended. The sign of a prosperous is having a geisha that does not wear a kimono more than once. Obi ( used to tie the kimono are different for maiko and geisha. Maiko tend to be more brightly coloured. obi
Hairstyles Five different hairstyles, worn at different stages throughout a Maikos training. Hair often decorated with hair combs or pins called Footwear Maiko wear special wooden clogs called Geisha wear flat soled sandals,, when outdoors and (split toed socks) indoors. Sometimes Geisha wear (raised wooden clogs).