Tokyo, Dec. 19 (Jiji Press)–Famed Japanese designer Yukiko Hanai died of outdated age in Tokyo on Oct. 1. She was 84.
A funeral for Hanai was held with participation by shut kin. A farewell occasion is scheduled to happen at Cerulean Tower Tokyu Lodge in Tokyo’s Shibuya Ward from midday of Feb. 15 subsequent 12 months.
Hanai, a local of Yokohama, south of Tokyo, studied trend design at Setsu Mode Seminar, an artwork faculty established by the late Japanese trend illustrator Setsu Nagasawa, and launched her personal trend studio in 1964.
She gained reputation along with her manufacturers similar to “Madame Hanai” and “Yukiko Hanai.” She additionally designed uniforms of airline, financial institution and division retailer staff.
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