As modern as the Modern-Antenna kimono was a few days ago, this is that same level of stylistic perfection in street/punk/yukata form.
The shoes (boots? zori?) evoke the stacked tall zori of Oiran, and allow this yukata to be worn longer than normal. I also don’t see ANY slice of an obi. I have seen belts used as obi, so maybe that is going on here, but how is the excess yukata being held or folded up? Is this a photoshoot of a designer’s work or an actual street capture? I have no further information or views of this piece but I would love to see more.
The print is clearly a collage or straight scan/reprint of Latin American/Americana Catholic icons with some oddly out of place floral color blocks around the edges—the colors overall remind me of Indian art with its bright saturation and awesome use of gold.
The makeup and styling is very aggressively punk (including the vinyl record bag) and I also want to see what jewelry is being used here. It’s driving me crazy that I can’t see more of this outfit! XD
If anyone has seen this yukata’s designer or can find more information on it, I’d be very happy to know all about it.