Outfit by Junya Watanabe

Made by Comme des Garcons in Japan, 2002.

This outfit by Junya Watanabe was acquired by the Powerhouse Museum as part of the Fashion of the Year 2002 project.

Established in 1991 the Grand Marnier/ Powerhouse Museum Fashion of the Year program draws together a panel of discerning fashion commentators and Powerhouse Museum representatives to select the designers, outfits and accessories that represent some of the year’s most influential fashion themes and trends.

The advisory panel for 2002 included an impressive array of experts from ...

Summary

2003/175/1
Outfit, womens, skirt and T-shirt, cotton denim/ printed cotton, designed by Junya Watanabe, made by Comme des Garcons, Japan, 2001-2002

Womens outfit comprising floor length distressed denim patchwork skirt and hand printed floral T-shirt. Outfit is intended to be worn with denim patchwork blazer and a pair of brown leather lace-up shoes which have been acquired separately.

Production

Designed by Junya Watanabe in Japan, 2002.

Made in the workrooms of Junya Watanabe in Japan, 2002.
Comme des Garcons 2002
Junya, Watanabe

History

Worn on the catwalk in the 2002 Grand Marnier/ Powerhouse Museum Fashion of the Year Parade and in the associated photo shoot.
Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences 2002

Source

Gift of Robby Ingham, 2003
29 October, 2003

Cite this Object

Outfit by Junya Watanabe 2015, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 28 July 2017, <https://ma.as/319797>
{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/319797 |title=Outfit by Junya Watanabe |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=28 July 2017 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}
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