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Autumn/Winter 2012 Collection of Japanese fashion brand SHIROMA on March 21, 2012, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Sunday March 25, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Maria: Yes, it’s tough keeping up with all the work by myself.
Maria: @KD: I understand. I read that you didn’t have an assitant right now, I guess you are really tired and busy :/
Kjeld Duits: @Maria: I’ll probably need an assistant to do that. During this JFW I was up to 3:00 and 4:00 am editing and uploading. Adding numbers would probably add an extra hour of work for days with lots of shows. Let me think how I could do this.

Autumn/Winter 2012 Collection of Japanese fashion brand PHENOMENON on March 23, 2012, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Friday March 23, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Lactose Intoler-Art: I totally agree with your observation that it can be toned down and worn by many, yet remains forward thinking. I like the knitwear leggings a lot. I really like the leggings and shorts for men thing in the first place, and also love texture in clothing. It does look heavy, so it’s only for skinny legs! ^_-
Lactose Intoler-Art: Amazing shots! This is exciting fashion for me, because I think it can be toned down and worn by many, but it is still forward thinking and can obviously worn in ways that make it really unique too. Kjeld-san, I’m curious what you think about the knitwear looking leggings? Not because they’re leggings, but what do you think about that texture for leggings? It looks heavy! Texture is key with this collection I think, very cool!
Kjeld Duits: @Maria: Yes, very true. PHENOMENON is quite original in its offerings. I hope the number of shops that carry the brand will increase!

Autumn/Winter 2012 Collection of Japanese fashion brand FACETASM on March 23, 2012, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Friday March 23, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Lactose Intoler-Art: No kidding!
Lactose Intoler-Art: Amazing colorful collection! So cool. Two of those guys were in “Discovered’s collection last season, haha. ;)
Kjeld Duits: @Maria: Yes, I also love the hair!

Autumn/Winter 2012 Collection of Japanese fashion brand MODEACOTE on March 23, 2012, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Friday March 23, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @MissMolly: Thank you. I will try my best to get lots more. ^_-
MissMolly: Just did a project on a period piece set in the twenties, and seeing all these silhouettes and color palette instantly brings that to mind. Love love LOVE the furs!!! And the make-up and hair are to die for- having just seen the Hunger Games movie, the whimsical, over the top styling of some of the characters, this feels very relevant and fun! Love it. And great photography work as always Kjeld- you always manage to take such awesome photos!
Kjeld Duits: @Maria: Yes, lots of hair in this collection! LOL

Autumn/Winter 2012 Collection of Japanese fashion brand everlasting sprout on March 23, 2012, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Friday March 23, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Mirry: Oh, I love the socks in Japan, and these are great examples. Just wish they had more of them for men. They’re still almost all for women’s fashion…
Mirry: My favorite thing about this collection is the socks!! Lots of cute items :)
Kjeld Duits: @Kim: Few other shows on the schedule, so everlasting sprout naturally becomes one of your top favorites. ^_-

Autumn/Winter 2012 Collection of Japanese fashion brand araisara on March 22, 2012, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Thursday March 22, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Maria: I wonder what influence last year’s disaster had on her designs. I remember that after the 1995 quake in Kobe for a long time people in that area became very restrained in their clothing, including myself. I feel the same kind of restraint in this collection.
Maria: I didn’t like it that much. I mean, it’s a good collection (I liked the shoes and some of the prints that reminded me of old japanese scenery paintings); nevertheless, I expected too much because I liked so much Araisara’s past collections…
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