KIMONO has for centuries been a traditional garment in Japan, both for men and women. It was originally a comfortable piece of clothing for everyday use. With the Edo period, geisha changed his form to be the most similar to the one we know today. They introduced a lot of color, flowers, geometric patterns and original accessories to women’s clothes, and made them a work of art. This is how it entered the world of fashion. Currently, traditional kimono seems to be disappearing from the homes and streets of Japan, where from the beginning of the 20th century most of the country’s population began to wear decidedly European. In Europe, however, it is doing great – it has been masterfully annexed by the fashion industry and transformed into a fashionable cape that does not come off the catwalks or our bodies.