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Tuesday December 28, 2010

Ono Dizon

harajuku, tokyo
WINTER 2011, girls
JAPANESE STREETS

SELF-EMPLOYED

Jacket – N/A (used)
Skirt – N/A (used)
Shorts – N/A
Stockings – NADIA (shop)
Shoes – HARUTA

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Skirt – N/A (used) – JPY 2,000

Ono Dizon Colors

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Jacket – N/A (used) – JPY 5,000 | Bag – N/A – (mother’s)

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Hair – (self) – N/A | Glasses – N/A – (mother’s)

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Hair – (self) – N/A | Glasses – N/A – (mother’s)

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Shorts – N/A – N/A | Stockings – NADIA (shop) – JPY 3,000 | Jacket – N/A (used) – JPY 5,000

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Shoes – HARUTA – N/A

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Phone – au – N/A

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Comment (日本語もOK)

Just… Wow…

Mel
Jan 8, 2011 (2447 days ago)

I want the glasses -
hey, maybe Kyary’s stockings are the same, or at least from the same place :D

Maria
Jan 8, 2011 (2447 days ago)

Ditto @Mel!
Nice Pikachu too!

2046
Jan 8, 2011 (2447 days ago)

@Maria: Ono Dizon’s stockings do seem similar to Kyary’s ones, don’t they!
@2046: I love the yellow Pikachu accent.

Kjeld Duits
Jan 8, 2011 (2446 days ago)

Tanno-san’s photographs are amazing. There is always something extra that she captures.

Aga
Jan 8, 2011 (2446 days ago)

Wow, this girl had such a great idea with the combo of shorts and long transparente skirt !
Also it’s been several times that I see Pikachu on some girls outfits, mostly on dolly kei outfit, just a coincidence or ?

Mnon
Jan 9, 2011 (2446 days ago)

@Mnon: Character goods are really big in Japan.

Kjeld Duits
Jan 9, 2011 (2446 days ago)

Very different from what I see in the states, but not that bad. :) Love the glasses. Very cute.

MiniAiko
Jan 9, 2011 (2445 days ago)

@MiniAiko definitely it is nothing you have seen in the US, sometimes I see it this way: ‘US people must read magazines to know what to wear, japanese people inspire the magazines so the magazines know what to publish’ n_n

Maria
Jan 9, 2011 (2445 days ago)

First thing I have to say is wow, what a beautiful girl! She’s so pretty! :D
Anyway, I LOVE her hair! It seriously makes me want to dye my tips that color. Her hair is SO cool. Its a really cool, simple, yet funky twist to her hair! I also really love her glasses, they’re adorable! They have that sort of nerdy feel to them, yet she pulls them off SO WELL without looking like a nerd. She looks geek sheik! And that is a good thing =)
As for the look as a whole, there’s something I like about it. I would never wear this myself, mind you, but it looks nice and nonconventional on her ^^

Etsune
Jan 10, 2011 (2444 days ago)

I love it. Very traditional Japan meets Cult Party-Kei. The glasses, Japan tiger shirt, and pikachu accent are spot on with this trend.

Lactose Intoler-Art
Jan 11, 2011 (2443 days ago)

I love how she layered the sheer skirt over everything. I love it!

derek
Jan 12, 2011 (2443 days ago)

Pretty much just came to say what Intoler-Art said. You beat me to it! shakes tiny fist

Leah B.
Jan 12, 2011 (2442 days ago)

Actually – that’s a pretty good idea… overall, interesting combo of different things, but as has been said, she’s just super kawaii.

AdelaideBen
Jan 14, 2011 (2440 days ago)

@Maria: US people must read magazines to know what to wear, japanese people inspire the magazines so the magazines know what to publish. — Nicely said!
@Etsune: Glad you like these shots. Ono Dizon’s hair is very expressive, don’t you think?
@Lactose Intoler-Art: Very traditional Japan?
@derek: Thanks.
@Leah B.: LOL. You will get more chances to be the first!
@AdelaideBen: I agree. Even though Ono Dizon style is quite edgy, she still manages to radiate sweetness.

Kjeld Duits
Jan 14, 2011 (2440 days ago)

@Kjeld: Yeah, her hair IS expressive. The color of the tips makes it seem like her hair is on fire. I LOVE that!

Etsune
Jan 14, 2011 (2440 days ago)

@Etsune: The color of the tips makes it seem like her hair is on fire. — I hadn’t looked at it that way. Adds some passion to these images.

Kjeld Duits
Jan 14, 2011 (2440 days ago)

@kjeld: Haha, it certainly does! What with all the extra red and all. At this point, if i had to guess what her favorite color is, I’d say red =)

Etsune
Jan 15, 2011 (2440 days ago)

@Etsune: LOL. Yes, a very safe guess, I’d say. ^_-

Kjeld Duits
Jan 15, 2011 (2439 days ago)

been stalking this site for a long time but just got the courage to comment now. :P but more than the girl in the photo, what i’d like to know is what lens the photographer used (17-200? or two different lenses?)? it’s kinda different from what i’m used to seeing in here :)

this girl’s pretty by the way. :P

mimi
Jan 21, 2011 (2434 days ago)

@Mimi: Excellent observation. Mai uses a 50mm lens, while I use a 24mm lens. We both use Nikon. As you probably know, 50mm is very similar to what your eyes see. I like the 50 mm effect a lot.

Kjeld Duits
Jan 21, 2011 (2434 days ago)

Maybe I shouldn’t say very traditional Japan, but maybe 1900-1940’s Japan? It just seems antique-ish.

Lactose Intoler-Art
Jan 21, 2011 (2433 days ago)

@Lactose Intoler-Art: Really? You are clearly seeing something that I am unable to. Which makes me very curious! Here are some links to Japanese women in the 1900s, 1910s, 1920s and 1930s. Let me know if you find a photo close to the image you have in mind.

Kjeld Duits
Jan 21, 2011 (2433 days ago)

Haha. Wow. Maybe I’m way off this time! Maybe my connection is wrong, but I’m seeing this type of look on trend right now. Maybe I should just explain what I’m seeing. The antique/traditional Japan reference must be off, I’m sorry. haha.

Lots of very round spectacles, pre-1940’s American style maybe. These jackets, which I guess I consider traditional, although Japan’s history obviously goes WAYYY back before these jackets. Lots of deep hues, like cranberry, deep red, grays, blacks…Kind of decayed look, in example her shoes. The incorporation of this antique vintage look often also has a random anime character. I think its really cult-party kei but just a little different. Who knows, maybe I’m imagining things. The sheer skirt thing I see too..And for men I also see the antique super round spectacles, and often skirts, robes, traditional sandals, Japanese writing on the textile of the t-shirts/clothing, etc. haha And the guys often have really long black hair, maybe with the tips dyed lighter.

Lactose Intoler-Art
Jan 23, 2011 (2432 days ago)

@Lactose Intoler-Art: You are spot on with the trend. I think I now also understand where you got the antique feeling for the jacket. This cut is based on an American flight jacket from WWII. After the end of the war many US servicemen stationed in Japan had them embroidered with insignia, tigers, dragons and the lot. There are still lots of companies near US bases in Okinawa that specialize in this business.

Kjeld Duits
Jan 23, 2011 (2431 days ago)

Great vintage collection KD ;D

Maria
Jan 23, 2011 (2431 days ago)

Thanks, Maria!

Kjeld Duits
Jan 23, 2011 (2431 days ago)

God, she is so beautiful and the style is amazing! ~

Pieri
Jan 29, 2011 (2426 days ago)

Wow. Stunning! It’s just so creative and unusual, like nothing you ever see. I would love to try something like this someday, and simply step out on the street in it. Really shows that you don’t need designer clothes to look like a piece of art.

Dahlface
Feb 2, 2011 (2422 days ago)

@Dahlface: “Really shows that you don’t need designer clothes to look like a piece of art.” — Indeed! That’s what I love about Japanese street fashion, the incredible creativity.

Kjeld Duits
Feb 2, 2011 (2422 days ago)

omgg this photographii…was…
my heart beat …
one word to descrive this photographie :AMAZIIING

Reichiia
May 22, 2011 (2312 days ago)

She is stunning. Her fashion sense is amazing. I am loving the sheer skirt look that’s around right now.

ela
Dec 13, 2011 (2107 days ago)

@ela: Me, too! I love sheer skirts. Especially the ballerina kind.

Kjeld Duits
Dec 13, 2011 (2107 days ago)

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