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STUDENT, 18

Shirt – N/A
Skirt – COMME ÇA DU MODE
Shoes – Divalo

111103-6534: Atsuko-Shibuya-Tokyo-COMODO-Divalo-Sevens-SPINNS-SHIN&COMPANY-3COINS-NADIA
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Wednesday November 30, 2011
Kjeld Duits: @karyn: Thank you; always glad to make someone happy. Hope to see a lot of you here. In red creepers of course!
karyn: Man, I saw this on a post on miyake wong’s blog, and I went crazy! I went back all the pages to find this girl! I love every single detail of this outfit so much, everything feels so deliberately perfect ~ Thank you very much for taking this photo ^^ going to buy red creepers now…!
Kjeld Duits: @MissMolly: Glad I was able to catch your style this time. 。◕‿◕。

Some Like it Furry

This season anything that seems even remotely furry is loved in Harajuku. From antique to fake to animal print to fluffy pink nylon garments.

111112-6795-AY: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo

STUDENT, 18

Shirt – N/A
Jacket – N/A
Skirt – MILK
Shoes – mellisa

111103-6476: Ayaka-Shibuya-Tokyo-ZEST-MILK-mellisa-Milky Way
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Tuesday November 29, 2011
Carey: I love your shoes! :)
Maria: Just the jacket with the skirt are an unique outfit. Love it <3
Kjeld Duits: @Mel: ^^

STUDENT, 19

Cap – Keith Haring
Jacket – patagonia
Pants – (used)

111103-6126: Sugaya-Shibuya-Tokyo-Keith Haring-patagonia-AIRWALK-PRADA
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Tuesday November 29, 2011
Kjeld Duits: @MissMolly: It shows, eh?
MissMolly: Love the attitude haha
Kjeld Duits: @Maria: Haha, it wouldn’t surprise me if that is actually what Sugaya thinks.

7th Harajuku Fashion Walk

The 7th Harajuku Fashion Walk took place on Nov 27 in the world’s trendiest place, Harajuku. JAPANESE STREETS was there

Mari-Kawamura: ———————- Sugoii O
Kjeld Duits: @Martin Sabo-Balog: No, that’s just her original gesture. She is hilarious!
Martin Sabo-Balog: The most interesting introduction for me was at 0:43. What was that hand movement? Imitation of a Geisha’s fan? :D

111127-0816: Harajuku Fashion Walk

Taito Designers Village: An Artist's Dream Come True

An old elementary school in Tokyo’s Taito district, known for its artisans and craftspeople, has been transformed into a community of artists and designers

Kjeld Duits: @Sha-Sonja Wilson: Thank you! @Maria: Totally understand that! Better start saving now for a future trip to Japan! ^_-
Maria: I would have gone bankrupt if I were there. Buying like crazy everything, from earrings to hats!
Sha-Sonja Wilson: amazing pics!

111119-8999: TAITO DESIGNERS VILLAGE

http://www.japanesestreets.com/?pg=199