kimono


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open the kimono

To be transparently open about one's plans, dealings, or intentions. I assure you that our company has opened the kimono about every aspect of our tax obligations to the state.
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open (up) (one's) kimono

To be transparently open about one's plans, dealings, or intentions. I assure you that our company has opened our kimono about every aspect of our tax obligations to the state.
See also: kimono, open

open (up) one's kimono

Sl. to reveal what one is planning. (From the computer industry, referring especially to the involvement of the Japanese in this field.) Sam isn't one to open his kimono much when it comes to new products. Even if Tom appears to open up his kimono on this deal, don't put much stock in what he says.
See also: kimono, open

open (up) one’s kimono

in. to reveal what one is planning. (From the computer industry, referring especially to the involvement of the Japanese in this field.) Even if Tom appears to open up his kimono on this deal, don’t put much stock in what he says.
See also: kimono, open, up

open one’s kimono

verb
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* Place the kimono front right side up on a flat work surface.
Along with the Kimono name, Kardashian also changed out her models to include women of different shapes, sizes, skin colours and ages.
"I made the decision to name my company Kimono, not to disassociate the word from its Japanese roots but as a nod to the beauty and detail that goes into a garment," she had said at that time.
Kardashian said that she had announced the Kimono products in June "with the best intentions in mind" and that she appreciated the feedback she had received.
The Traveling Kimono Program Box and Art Exhibit was mailed from California to Alaska.
Oseloke Augustine Onwubuya, popularly known as Ras Kimono, was born in Ekeleke Elumelu, Delta State, Nigeria.
Once a standard of the Japanese wardrobe, the kimono is now often a garment reserved for special occasions, such as weddings and coming-of-age ceremonies, and is mostly worn by women.
The event included displays of Japanese calligraphy 'Shodo' and the traditional attire 'Kimono and Obi (belt)' under the theme of 'One Spring Day'.
According to the sister publication of the Daily Nation in Uganda Daily Monitor, the players will be fans on Saturday with Asuman Mugerwa and Justin Kimono replacing them.
At a century-old workshop in a quiet Tokyo neighbourhood, craftsman Yuichi Hirose brushes dye across meticulously hand-cut stencils laid on fabric, using a traditional technique to produce contemporary kimono patterns.
"There are many hurdles to buying a kimono," said Takatoshi , vice-chairman of the Japan kimono promotion association, and a kimono manufacturer.
Kahori Ochi, left, owner of a kimono rental shop, fits a kimono on Dutch tourist Ruby Francisco at her shop in Tokyo.
Blouse, PS29, and culottes, PS65, Topshop; necklace, PS3, Primark; mules, PS25, M&S Collection Embroidered kimono jacket, PS58, River Island; white shirt, PS39.50, Autograph M&S; culottes, PS42, Next; earrings, PS12, Mood by Jon Richard; heels, PS45, Next Channel the trend after dark by mixing embroidered pieces with metallics.