Ki-mono (thing to wear): Dare to Dream Design Competition, 2014
Shortlisted Finalist, Exhibited at Tokyo Designers Week 2014

In Japanese, ki-mono literally means “thing to wear”, but it never says that it has to be worn only on the body as a robe. What if in the past, kimono (pattern and/or garment) is not only applied/ wrapped in the body as a robe, but also on other fashion products like hats, bags or even shoes. While still applying the same type, form or pattern of the garment. So everything that is wrapped with kimono garment and pattern can be also called a kimono (e.g. kimono bag, hat, bra, shoe, shorts, etc.)

http://www.designboom.com/project/thing-to-wear/
kimono geta and matsubi handbag