The 12 months 2020 has been disastrous for mankind proper from the very begin. There appears to be no finish to heartbreaking information, as from a previous variety of months we now have been consistently coming throughout information associated to the loss of life of assorted common celebs throughout the globe. The world of trend misplaced a gem of a expertise ceaselessly within the type of ace Japanese designer Kansai Yamamoto.
Kansai Yamamoto who was internationally famend for his expertise and trend works succumbed to Leukemia at 76 final week. But it was solely in the present day when the ace dressmaker’s household disclosed the information.
Kansai Yamamoto’s daughter and Japanese actress Mirai Yamamoto shared her dad’s image together with an emotional word that learn, ” On July 21st, my father, Kansai Yamamoto, handed away on the age of 76. He left this world peacefully, surrounded by family members. In my eyes, my father was not solely the eclectic and energetic soul that the world knew him as, however somebody who was additionally considerate, kind-hearted, and affectionate. He valued communication and showered me with love all through my complete life.
“He also taught me to persist throughout failures and to never let go of a positive, forward-looking mindset. He viewed challenges as opportunities for self-development and always believed in the brighter days ahead. I want to thank everyone who has touched my father’s life in some way, shape, or form. Without you, his legacy would not exist.”
“I will continue supporting this legacy of my father through my work at KANSAI SUPER STUDIO, alongside my acting career. In doing so, I hope to spread Kansai Yamamoto’s spirit of “Genki” to the world.” concluded Mirai
As per The Japan Times, Kansai Yamamoto was the primary Japanese to arrange a trend present in London. His assortment in London introduced him worldwide recognition and a long-lasting friendship with a few of the world’s most high-profile musicians, together with Elton John, Stevie Wonder, and the late English singer-songwriter David Bowie, whose alter-ego Ziggy Stardust wore Yamamoto’s daring and futuristic outfits for his 1972-73 Aladdin Insane tour.