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Top – N/A
Pants – Levi’s
Shoes – N/A

110220-9332: Harajuku, Tokyo, Levi's
Sunday February 20, 2011
Yukishou: It’s nothing crazy but it’s well put together, it’s an outfit that i can see thought put into but at the same time it’s something you can throw on and it’ll look good, i would def wear this. Stripes on the shirt and sweater make it really pop out but at the same time the grey and brown make it easy on the eyes and his hair just brings it all together, cool bag too. Though the sleeve length and hat make it look too boy-ish
Etsune: @Lactose: Hopefully, I will. But I know exactly what you are talking about… You see, on Thursday, I had to present an economics project. We had to make our own hypothetical business. Mine was a clothing boutique called Kaptain Kawaii that had asian style clothing and featured the Japanese fashion remakeover technique and other things. Since it was Japanese style, I went bold and decided to wear a mori girl outfit…. but it worked out well, because most people said it looked cute ^^ Generally, i DO dress out of the norm for what’s worn in the states anyway, but even THAT was out there for me. I find that there isn’t really anyone else at the school who dresses in the same way I do, but people generally don’t stare at me like I’m weird (though I likely draw more attention than the average student at my school). But maybe its easier for me to wear other things because I’m a female? What styles have you tried in your experiences, and how did people react? Now, i am curious…
Lactose Intoler-Art: @Etsune-You should totally do it! But its a bit harder to rock certain styles in the states from my experience, especially when compared to Tokyo. There’s a lot more common support there!


Coat – Comme des Garçons
Pants – John Galliano
Shoes – Yves Saint Laurent

110219-9122: Fashion blogger ICCHO in Harajuku, Tokyo wearing Comme des Garçons, John Galliano and Yves Saint Laurent
Wednesday February 16, 2011
Kjeld Duits: @Lactose Intoler-Art: Yes, his hair is always amazing. He told me last time why he became a fashion blogger and gave me a great laugh: to be popular with the girls… LOL
Lactose Intoler-Art: His style is always really interesting to me. He’s one that actually fashion blogs in Tokyo with outfit posts, but his style seems to be different than a lot of what’s going on in Tokyo. The proportions and colors he chooses are also always really interesting. I love his haircut!


Jacket – Vivienne Westwood
Pants – N/A
Sneakers – N/A

110219-8832: Harajuku, Tokyo, Vivienne Westwood
Tuesday February 8, 2011
Maranda: I LOVE LOVE LOVE that jacket!
Kjeld Duits: @MissMolly: Hurry, hurry. ^^
MissMolly: Wow I really like his style! The layering effect can be overbearing sometimes, but with neutrals it works very well on him. And he’s just so cute- makes me want to buy a plane ticket this minute! :)


Cap – N/A
Jacket – N/A
Shirt – N/A
Pants – N/A
Shoes – Nike

110219-8742: Harajuku, Tokyo, Nike, Gucci
Monday February 7, 2011
Kjeld Duits: @Lactose Intoler-Art: Yes, I did two articles, Street Goes Official and 20 Old Uniform Hats at eBay. I still see them once in a while. Another recent shoot with a cool uniform hat was with Mash. It is amazing. I mean, my first trend report was posted on Nov 14, 2009. Usually, trends don’t last that long in Harajuku.
Lactose Intoler-Art: Yay! More caps like this! And I love that shade of blue Nike shoes with that for some reason. Like it shouldn’t match but it totally works! Random side note, He looks a little bit like a friend I grew up with who was 1/4 Native American… And didn’t you do a trend report on hats like this? Have they been appearing less? I LOVE them, its just hard finding them online in a size that fits me.
Kjeld Duits: @Tofu: Me, too. @Abby: I love your expression, a brownie for my eyes. I will do my best to serve more brownies, Abby!


Coat – Debenhams
Shorts – N/A
Leggings – BEAMS
Shoes – Nike

110218-8336: Harajuku, Tokyo, Debenhams, SENT ARTHER, BEAMS, Nike
Thursday February 3, 2011
Miato Moofa: i love the onigiri pin on his bag!
Kjeld Duits: @Etsune: Yes, Japanese tend to be quite sensitive to the different shades and tones of colors. Did you read our series on traditional Japanese colors?
Etsune: First of all, I have to say that he has really nice eyes! The shape is so pretty! And I love his hair and glasses too! So stylish~ Anyway, I’m really loving the colors! I’m diggin the blue-on-blue trend, which I’ve been seeing frequently on various japanese fashion websites and would LOVE to try! Normally, two shades of one color look really odd together, but the blue-on-blue trend looks so crisp and fresh! The brown coat also really adds to the scheme… I think this really goes to show that even if you are wearing something simple, you can really make it stand out with a good use of color.
Monday January 31, 2011
princess gabunales: i like the idea of layering the leather jacket and those multiple zippers
Yukishou: I love that jacket,grr i need one. The sleeve length and the arrangement of zippers is awesome. Also, i love how he added that bag,it really stands out, i mean if its hard to notice a black outfit in a sea of fashion trends but that bag helps.Great outfit, he also reminds me of my friend nick,same hair,stance, clothing choice. Funny.
Charlotte Conrad: You are beautiful! I want those earrings! (swoon)