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SHOP ASSISTANT, 19

Hat – N/A
Muffler – Kiwi
Jacket – mimizu park
Pants – hayatochiri
Shoes – N/A

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Friday February 5, 2010
Lactose Intoler-Art: WOW! This is amazing style. Kusano-san has a great eye for interesting fashion in the streets of Harajuku right now. SO COOL!

BETWEEN JOBS, 23

Hair – N/A
Jacket – TOGA
Shorts – diet butcher slim skinny
Shoes – banal chic bizarre

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Wednesday February 3, 2010
Kjeld Duits: @Thor: The banal chic bizarre online shop doesn’t carry footwear, I noticed. If you have plans to visit Japan, you can buy them at the banal chic bizarre Tokyo store if they still carry them. I did find other boots (and clothes) by banal chic bizarre for sale at zozo,
Thor: I want those shoes, where can I get them from ?
Kjeld Duits: Merci, Sandy!

STUDENT, 18

Jacket – (self)
Blouse – N/A
Pants – (self)
Shoes – GEORGE COX

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Saturday December 12, 2009
Kjeld Duits: @Jake Glockner: Very slowly over the past ten, twenty years or so. I’d say it is a direct result of the edgy fashion of the 90s, which has made people in general more aware of their personal style.
Jake Glockner: @Kjeld Duits: Well that is a crying shame! When would you say that this shift happened?
Kjeld Duits: @Jake Glockner: I think that people perhaps don’t look for their inspiration on the street that much anymore, and also don’t go out to places like Harajuku and the like to flaunt their originality. Many connect with each other on the net through apps like Instagram. Also, there use to be a huge gap between people who paid a lot of attention (and money) to their looks, and those who didn’t care. So you had really fashionable and original looks, then a lot of nothing, and beyond that, sartorial disaster. These days there are a lot more people in the middle who dress pretty well, though unoriginal. But the edges seems to have become a bit lonely…

Spring/Summer 2010 Collection of Japanese fashion brand @IZREEL on October 23, 2009, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Friday October 23, 2009
Kjeld Duits: FNG: @IZREEL started in 2003; some might consider that new. – _ ^ We are not that strict with “caps lock” comments. After all, the above comment is still there. Just making sure the comments remain easy to read and don’t turn into a shouting match. Most importantly, we want JS to be a relaxed fun place for Japanese fashion where people feel welcome, not one where you have to worry that someone might flame you.
FNG: @Casicko, in high fashion this is not an unusual trend at all, you see it all the time over in Europe and New York, also. A lot of Top Models (Josh Beech, Ash Stymest, Luke Whorral, Cole Mohr) are covered in tattoos and piercings. They are very edgy and in fashion that is the current “look.” Also @Kjeld, I think censoring “caps lock” comments is a bit…. anti-freedom-of-speech? Especially when a lot of people use caps to denote excitement or enthusiasm rather than anger. In terms of this collection? Not my favorite from a Japanese designer. GalaabenD and Diet Butcher Slim Skin come to mind initially as cream-of-the-crop when it comes to Japanese fashion design. The tailoring here is a bit sloppy, is the designer new to the scene? I love the suiting, though, conceptually. If the execution was a bit more refined it’d be flawless. It’ll come with time.
Kjeld Duits: @Casicko: @IZREEL has an image that encompasses mode and on the edge, that’s why the brand goes for these models, I think.

SDF MEMBER, 19

Jacket – Bostonian
Shirt – Sonicia
Shorts – N/A
Stockings – N/A

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Sunday October 18, 2009
Kjeld Duits: @v walker: Yes, an early one, in 2009.
v walker: man tights n shorts, look good…
Kjeld Duits: Totally agree, vital99!
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