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FACTORY WORKER, 35

120225-6738
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Sunday March 18, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Nyurah: Yes, freedom is indeed a difficult work to define. But the aesthetics of fashion and style are definitely different here. I am glad I can be here to document it. ^^
Nyurah: @Emma & Kjeld: Well, I think it depends on what kind of freedom you’re talking about. But in question of style, there is clearly a higher acceptance in Japan than in many other countries. My opinion at least^^
Kjeld Duits: @Emma: That is funny, because the majority (if not all) of Japanese people believe that there is more freedom outside Japan. I guess the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence… ^_-

STUDENT, 18

120225-6689: Japanese street fashion in Shibuya, Tokyo
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Saturday March 17, 2012
Nyurah: I absolutely love her shoes! They’re cute and cool at the same time! And you can match them with so many things! *sigh, want to have them Of course the rest looks cute too, but they really caught my attention
Kjeld Duits: @Chilakkuma: She is cute and fun, eh. I photographed Misaki again yesterday at the Harajuku Fashion Walk (10th photo from the bottom).
Chilakkuma: Awww what a cutie! XD I love her outfit ♡

MUSICIAN

120225-6624: Street fashion in Shibuya, Tokyo
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Friday March 16, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @baby-universe: I think the ones at Celeste Stein are different.
baby-universe: wow! Nope they can’t be bought at 6%DOKIDOKI! that was a stupid mistake on my part. You can actually get them from Celeste Stein Designs! Sorry about that!
baby-universe: The tights can be bought at 6%DOKIDOKI! I’m not sure on the price though, sorry!

STUDENT, 19

Coat – N/A
Sweater – American Apparel
Skirt – N/A
Shoes – TOKYO BOPPER

120303-7389: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (Bloc, American Apparel, Tokyo Bopper, Opening Ceremony)
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Thursday March 15, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Diana: Yes, it feels classic, doesn’t it!
Diana: I REALLY love this color combination! I feel like this combination of browns is timeless. I don’t think it’ll ever go out of style…
l'abito fa la monaca: love skirt!
http://www.japanesestreets.com/?pg=199