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DESIGNER, 23

Cardigan – N/A
Pants – N/A
Shoes – N/A

111119-9202: Japanese street fashion in Taito, Tokyo
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Friday January 6, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Tyrell: What I like about Japanese street fashion is how people look at things with fresh eyes and don’t let themselves be limited by dogmatic thinking. This is partly because Western fashion hasn’t been around for a long time yet in Japan. In a way, things are still new. That’s why a plastic soldier can become an earring, a curtain tassel a fashion accessory, and parts from different clothing can be combined into something new. Be adventurous and inventive! ^_-
Tyrell: @Kjeld Duits: Oh, too bad but thanks for the creative solution. I wouldn’t have thought of that!
Kjeld Duits: @Tyrell: I’m sorry, I don’t know… But perhaps you could try to make one yourself by putting old sweaters and blankets and such together? ^_-

STUDENT, 18

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Boots – demonia

111127-1286: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (Hair Janie Jones, demonia, 6%DOKIDOKI)
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Thursday January 5, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Valerie Fujita: Thank you. That’s one my most favorite images, actually. Hirari inspires me like a muse.
Valerie Fujita: Her style is impressive, of course. But the 4th picture is awesome! So, we have to say thanks to the photographer.
Kjeld Duits: @MissMolly: No kidding?

STUDENT, 15

Cardigan – N/A
Blouse – N/A
Skirt – Kilostore (shop)
Shoes – SWIMMER

110605-6863-AY: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (chéri, Kilostore, tutuanna, monomania, SWIMMER, Muji)
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Wednesday January 4, 2012
Nyurah: she has such a lovely nose. and although her face may appear a little round, if you take a closer look, actually it isnt. And that red cardigan goes so well with her complexion! Really cute
Kjeld Duits: @AyukiTheta: Oh, I am so sorry, I can’t help you with that… m(_ _)m Hopefully, somebody else knows!
AyukiTheta: @Kjeld Duits ano, may i ask you something? is there any shop that sell this things http://tutuanna.jp/shop/g/g0730NN47/ but more long, i mean the material is just like in the pic but looks like stocking. do u got it? it just, i don’t like transparent so, i’m searching for it but no one can answer T^T since u lived in japan, i guess you know something like that.

The Quest for Perfect Jeans

JAPANESE STREETS meets the Japanese jeans fanatics that set off the jeans boom of the late 80s and early 90s

Kjeld Duits: @ricky: Thank you for your interest in JAPANESE STREETS. The links to all the companies mentioned in the article, including EVISU, are underlined.
ricky: if for a brand like EVISU jeans or the other how much is it? and how to buy it? where I can contact the manufacturer or factory EVISU jeans the other? thank you
Tim Hardy: The lengths they go to in order to achieve a standard of authenticity is admirable, interesting and should be adopted by more manufacturers in all areas of fashion if they are really dedicated to their craft, I feel. I spend many hours researching techniques and skills passed down through generations of craftsmen in by my field of leather goods and many other crafts.

101106-6795: Japanese Jeans

Jeans Revolution

The Japanese Jeans Revolution took place in a seemingly unlikely place, far away from Japan’s fashion capital Tokyo

Kjeld Duits: @Tragic Angel: Thank you.
Tragic Angel: Yay Osaka! We need more photos and fash news on Osaka. Luv Osaka and it simply doesn’t seem to get the respect and notice it so richly deserves overseas [or so it seems]. Thank you for doing this. As always, your pictures are a delight to peruse.

101104-6463 - Washed denim jackets at a Kouritsu factory in Okayama, STUDIO D’ARTISAN’s owner

Photo Essay • Nari Yamashina 3

Last year around the time that the tsunami took place Japanese photographer Nari Yamashina sent me some photos. Finally ready to publish them!

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