Cyber Okan in one of her kimonos on the streets of Akihabara in Tokyo. Instead of keeping it traditional, she adds LED and neon lights to it, as well as other cyberpunk elements. Cyber Okan in one of her kimonos on the streets of Akihabara in Tokyo. Instead of keeping it traditional, she adds LED and neon lights to it, as well as other cyberpunk elements.
Cyber Okan in one of her kimonos on the streets of Akihabara in Tokyo. Instead of keeping it traditional, she adds LED and neon lights to it, as well as other cyberpunk elements.
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She’s breaking all the rules: Cyber Okan defies ‘kimono patrols’ in Tokyo and sews them using everything from neon lights to computer prints

  • The graphic designer loves the traditional kimono but, afraid of kimono purists who will criticise those wearing them wrong, ‘only ever wore ordinary clothes’
  • Then she decided to put her spin on the quintessentially Japanese garment, adding LED and neon lights to it and using futuristic prints – and regrets nothing

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Cyber Okan in one of her kimonos on the streets of Akihabara in Tokyo. Instead of keeping it traditional, she adds LED and neon lights to it, as well as other cyberpunk elements. Cyber Okan in one of her kimonos on the streets of Akihabara in Tokyo. Instead of keeping it traditional, she adds LED and neon lights to it, as well as other cyberpunk elements.
Cyber Okan in one of her kimonos on the streets of Akihabara in Tokyo. Instead of keeping it traditional, she adds LED and neon lights to it, as well as other cyberpunk elements.
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