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• Kimono – party baby
• Obi – party baby
• Tabi – N/A
• Zori – N/A

120107-2511: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (6%DOKIDOKI, party baby)
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Saturday January 21, 2012
enzo mechana: I think that if you look at street fashion from every country the unifying thread(pun intended) that makes it work is the sheer inspiration and flair that comes from creating something from what you have so to speak, as opposed to having an unlimited budget to pull it together. Its more the inventiveness of japanese street fashion that sets it apart from others, that tend to be more inhibited and toned down. The ageless face of anime, with its appeal to all, lends a fair amount of inspiration that opens up one to , anything is possible, and as we see, is made possible by these you photgraph here, tis quite a fun site and one that will always remain fresh, as the street is where the fertile ground is. Enzo mechana
Kjeld Duits: @Valerie Fujita: The crêpe was bought at Kumamiki’s favorite crêpe shop in Harajuku. “The best crêpe in Tokyo,” she always said. Unfortunately, it permanently closed down last week…
Valerie Fujita: This is the kind of mix I like. It shows that kimono (or yukata) can still be worn and have a modern look. And you’re so right Kjeld, details are what make Japanese fashion Japanese. And it’s not easy to master. Love the picture with the crepe!

STUDENT (FASHION), 20

Jacket – N/A
Pants – Miley Max
Shoes – N/A

120107-2341: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (Care, Miley Max, The Ginza Special, Safe Sport )
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Friday January 20, 2012
Titney: This outfit is ingeniously put together! Unique and very original! Love it!
Maria: He likes bright colors, I think he especially likes yellow ^^ He added print to his usual color block style , I love it!

The 365 Charming Everyday Things Project

A group of Japanese designers aims to introduce top design in everyday Japanese items to the rest of the world

Tim Hardy: What a fantastic concept and looking briefly some of the designs are stunning in their simplicity.
Amanda Silver: this is very inspired! it is the most easy way to get to know the fantastic culture of Japan… by seeing and using this kind of…‘things’

The 365 Charming Everyday Things Project

DESIGNER, 20

Vest – Girl Connection
Sweater – Wasabi & Ginger
Skirt – (self)
Stockings – Swimmer
Boots – Candy’s

120101-2157: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (Bunkaya, Girl Connection, Wasabi & Ginger, Swimmer, Candy's, 6%DOKI DOKI, Vivienne Westwood)
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Thursday January 19, 2012
Chandler: My favorite part of this outfit are the boots, they’re just so different (in a good way).
Mah-chan: she’s so kawaii ^^
joyanu: very nice look and good

STUDENT, 22

Hair – Befine
Cardigan – Agrimony
Tights – N/A
Boots – N/A

120118-2701: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (H&M, Befine, Agrimony, SACRED HEART WARRIORS, Topshop, Gallerie)
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Wednesday January 18, 2012
victoria: PERFEEEEECT <3
Elle G: Love it :3
Kjeld Duits: @MissMolly: It is very much Shibuya-kei, which is indeed close to Western fashion. Lots of Western celebrities go shopping at Shibuya109, the bastion of Shibuya-kei fashion. The style has enough Japanese influence to be different, but still feels familiar to the Western celebrities, so they don’t need to worry about being considered weird by their fans.

STUDENT (FASHION), 19

Vest – N/A – JPY 4,000
Dress – NICE CLAUP
Pants – TOPMAN
Shoes – TOKYO BOPPER

111229-2028: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (LIM CODE, Worlds end, NICE CLAUP, TOPMAN, TOKYO BOPPER, Jean Paul GAULTIER)
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Monday January 16, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Lala: His hair was cut by LIM CODE, a hair salon that is actually in the building behind Masayoshi. They do great work.
Lala: I like his hair But the Chuck Testa fox is kinda… (O_O;;)
Kjeld Duits: @Mel: You will make Masayoshi very happy. @Lactose Intoler-Art: I shot Masayoshi once before at Bunka. But he wore glasses then. Yes, the pants-on-pants trend we see is pretty cool, I think. Especially if it’s done well like here. I’ll need to ask him where he does his shopping next time I meet him!
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