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Miko Hashimoto graduated in Architecture and Urbanism from FAU – USP and studied industrial modeling at SENAI. She works as a clothing and costume designer for theater, opera, film, uniforms, and events, having over thirty years of experience.

In television, she was costume coordinator for the daily TV show Faustão na Band, from TV Bandeirantes, coordinating the production of costumes for the program's dancers, as well as for the presenters and for various competitionsShe also made costumes for Eliana Fonseca for the shows Gincana Estrela and Multi Riso. In film, she worked in the short films A Revolta dos Carnudos and Expresso and in the features A Princesa Radar, Um Céu de Estrelas, Ed Mort and Os Xeretas.

In theater, she created costumes for the plays Santa Joana, for which she received the APETESP Award for Best Costume Design, Diário de um Mago, O Legítimo Inspetor PerdigueiroManoÁgua Com AçúcarO MinotauroTrês Estações and Ausência. In opera, she designed costumes for operas staged at the São Paulo Municipal Theater and the São Pedro Theater. With director Naum Alves de Souza, she worked on A Ópera dos Quinhentos, Les Pêcheurs de Perles, reductions of Madame Butterfly and CarmenJenufaLucia di Lammermoor and Orpheus, in addition to dance performances by J. C. Violla Salão de Baile, Bailes do Brasil and 12 Movimentos para um Homem Só, in addition to the dance piece Utopia ou o Lugar que Não Existe, by the São Paulo Cia. de Dança. She also worked in the operas Tupi Tu És, Il GuaranyCarmemMãe GentilFolias GuanabarasAs Bodas de Fígaro and Romeo and Juliet. She also worked on restoring the costumes of Il Cappello di Paglia di Firenze. With her creations for the play Operação Trem-Bala, written and directed by Naum Alves de Souza, she won the Shell Theater Award 2013 for Best Costume Design.


She also created the costumes for the two seasons of the musical New York, New York, created and directed by José Possi Neto, for which she was nominated for the Bibi Ferreira Award. In 2016 she worked with Possi once again on Ghost - the Musical, in its first staging in Brazil, and in shows by Zizi Possi and Luiza Possi.


In events, Miko creates and produces costumes for several agencies, with clients such as Avon, Casa da Beleza, Daslu, Havaianas, Skol Beats, Veja Espaço Campos do Jordão, Veja Riviera, Telefônica and Vivo, among others. He was responsible for creating and producing the costumes used in the demonstration of the exoskeleton of the Walk Again project, led by neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis, for the Opening Ceremony of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, in Brazil. She also created the uniforms worn by the project's team. In 2016, she created costumes for the Bradesco team that accompanied the Olympic Torch in the Caravan throughout Brazil.

She was responsible for the design of the uniforms of hotels such as Bourbon, Fasano Punta del Este, Fasano Fazenda Boa Vista, Arapacis, and Wish. She also designed the doctors' coats for Hospital Sírio Libanês, in addition to designing and producing uniforms for the E-Tower Building, Haras Larissa, and the restaurants Brasil a Gosto and Buttina.

She is a member of the TENET group of textile artists, having participated in exhibitions in Spain, Brazil and in the USA. Your job Selvage Lands, a kimono made only with fabric selvages, was the only Brazilian artwork selected in the category Large Formats - Indoor at the Madrid Textile Biennial, and was exhibited at the event between September and December 2019.

She also collaborates with special language and costume design classes as a guest teacher at the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism (FAU) at USP – São Carlos.

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