This haori and hakama are cycled from a vintage T-shirt.
The motif is based on the historical drama “War and Peace” made into a movie starring Audrey Hepburn.
Enjoy a different kind of styling with STREET KIMONO “VEDUTA,” which adds the essence of the street to the kimono.
War and Peace: 1956 American and Italian film.
A full-length novel of the same title, a masterpiece of Lev Tolstoy, one of the most famous writers of Imperial Russia.
Audrey Hepburn (Natasha) stars in this historical drama blockbuster.
Set in Imperial Russia during the reign of French Emperor Napoleon I, the film depicts the love lives of aristocratic children who fall at the mercy of the times.
The woman, Natasha, is Tolstoy’s ideal heroine.
Her free and natural life and her vital heart melt the hearts of men who were full of deception and disappointment.
Through interaction with a superior spirituality, man can improve his soul.
” Tolstoy wanted to convey that in the face of great difficulties, human beings can unite their minds, that true happiness is found in simple living, that we should not only think about how to make ourselves happy but also how to make others happy, and that personal I told them that the pursuit of personal happiness is worthless.
That is exactly what Russia is now showing us, going in the exact opposite direction.