Japanese designer known for his forward-thinking design and manufacturing techniques. He’s the receiver of prestigious honours just like the Kyoto Award and may be the creator of Japan’s initial style museum, 21 21 Style Sight. He was created in Hiroshima, Japan and survived the atomic bomb episodes on the town as a kid. He later resided in Paris and NEW YORK before time for Japan to discovered his own studio room, the Miyake Style Studio room. He designed the dark turtleneck which became an integral section of Apple co-founder Steve Careers’ signature appear. His mother passed away from radiation publicity three years following the episodes on Hiroshima. He and Kansai Yamamoto are two of Japan’s most well-known fashion designers.
|1||Is mentioned in the song "Flamboyant" by Pet Shop Boys.|
|2||After 30 years in the fashion business, he announced that Naoki Takizawa would take over his ready-to-wear-lines (2000).|
|3||Studied graphic design at the Tama Art University in Tokyo.|
|4||Japan's leading commercial designer as well as establishing his own Tokyo design studio in 1970.|
|Rotwang muß weg!||1994||pleated dress and wind coat|
|Vamp||1986||grace jones' wardrobe|
|Hidden Inside Mountains||2005||Short|
|Sylvie Guillem: Sur le fil||2009||Video documentary thanks|
|Undressed: Fashion in the Twentieth Century||1998||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Small, Medium, Large||1997||TV Series||Himself|
|Ready to Wear||1994||Himself - Designer Featured with His Collection|
|Rotwang muß weg!||1994||Himself|
|Du côté de chez Fred||1988||TV Series||Himself|
|A Woman's Place: The Image Makers||1985||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
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