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MUSICIAN (SINGER IN THE BAND HOLLOW MELLOW)

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Thursday May 14, 2015
Ms. Jody: I’d like to see more pearls everywhere! I’ve made many pieces for clients using pearls, but nothing for myself and I think that needs to change asap :)
Kjeld Duits: @Ms. Jody: Pearls are often used in kind of an old-fashioned and corny way, but I find them beautiful. Especially if used creatively. Hope to see more pearls in street fashion!
Ms. Jody: Nice! I have recently gotten into pearls myself and her choker immediately caught my eye. I’m also a big fan of vertical stripes and love her stockings. Her look is meticulous.

MUSICIAN (SINGER IN THE BAND BROKEN DOLL)

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Wednesday May 13, 2015
Kjeld Duits: @Yoel: Yes, Sachi knows her stuff!
Yoel: Sachi always has perfect outfits :) I just love her style so much! I would copy off her too!!

STUDENT, 19

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Tuesday May 12, 2015
Yoel: I love this elegant dress! The red dress and head piece work so well with the white lace stockings! :)
kevingenest150318: Hi there! There were many months ago, I would have no idea about the variety of Japanese trends in Japanese fashion. I was seeing traditional clothes as the main trend in Japanese fashion, but I realized quite later how much beautiful these beautiful pieces of clothes were on an actual Japanese. And I see your today’s photograph is showing off the expected aesthetics to my sense so that certainly I may ever make clear the distinction between my early reference to Japanese fashion in contemplating the Japanese trends in fashion. Thank you.

DESIGNER

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Monday May 11, 2015
Kjeld Duits: @bigm: Yes, truly incredible.
bigm: @Kjeld Duits: It surely takes a lot of skill to create a look like that. It’s very interesting how the people manage to mix so many colors and patterns.
Kjeld Duits: @Yoel: Zenchun would consider it a compliment, I’m sure. By the way, I completely deleted the other comment, as requested.

Japanese Interest in Harajuku has Skyrocketed!

Japanese language searches for Harajuku at highest point ever…

http://www.japanesestreets.com/?pg=8