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Tuesday July 9, 2013

Narumi Meguro

shibuya, tokyo
SUMMER 2013, girls
Kjeld Duits

STUDENT, 19

T-Shirt – FIG & VIPER
Shorts – American Apparel
Shoes – YRU

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JAPANESE STREETS POP UP STUDIO JUNE 2013

JAPANESE STREETS set up a Pop Up Studio in Harajuku at Design Festa Gallery during the last week of June.
We invited some 30 Harajuku street fashion icons to show us their 2013 summer looks.

More info at our blog.

Narumi Meguri is a shop assistant at the popular Harajuku SPINNS boutique.
JAPANESE STREETS spoke with her about her style, and where she gets her inspiration from.

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Hair – (self) – N/A

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Hair – (self) – N/A | T-Shirt – FIG & VIPERJPY 6,000

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Hair – (self) – N/A | | Choker – Spinns (shop) – JPY 300

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T-Shirt – FIG & VIPERJPY 6,000

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Shorts – American Apparel – JPY 6,000 | Bracelet – (zip) N/A – JPY 300

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Socks – HUFJPY 2,000 | Shoes – YRUJPY 6,000

Listening to Red Hot Chill Peppers: Around The World

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Kjeld Duits About the Photographer

Inspired by the stunningly creative street fashion that exploded on the streets of Tokyo and Osaka in the late 1990’s, photo-journalist Kjeld Duits launched JAPANESE STREETS in 2002. This makes JS one of the first fashion blogs on the net, and the very first to cover Japanese street fashion.

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Comment (日本語もOK)

Oh my God her whole look is so beautiful and artistic! :D Her hair reminds me of a mermaids and her outfit is so cute! Wish I had those heels <3

Zjonni
Jul 10, 2013 (1387 days ago)

Before I saw the song, I was going to say her shirt reminds me of the Nirvana/Red Hot Chili Pepper days! I think it’s the tie-dye. I love the layered necklaces on top of that, as well as the arm bands. Interesting! ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ is one of my favourite movies too. :))

Kimi
Jul 11, 2013 (1386 days ago)

@Zjonni: Mermaid, I like that!
@Kimi: Interesting that you felt the connection with Nirvana/Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jul 11, 2013 (1386 days ago)

I’ve been missing seeing Narumi on here ♥ I love her style and she’s one of my main style inspirations right now. I follow her on instagram as well, and it’s amazing how much she’s changed style wise over the year.

Jenni
Jul 11, 2013 (1385 days ago)

@Jenni: I ought to shoot Narumi every week. ^_-

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jul 11, 2013 (1385 days ago)

…A pentagram a crucifix and a bindi? I know they’re used solely as fashion accesories, but… Otherwise she seems really sweet and I LOVE her smiley piercing, it’s so unique!

Juju
Jul 23, 2013 (1373 days ago)

@Juji: I can’ think of a better example of the Japanese philosophy of life, and the importance of harmony here. After Bhuddism entered Japan it encountered native beliefs that we now call Shintoism. The two ended up cooperating. Many Buddhist temple featured Shinto shrines to protect them. In Christian cultures, adherers of original believes were burned at the stake as witches and devil worshippers. Just imagine if at the entrance of Christian churches, there would be temples where native gods are worshipped in order to protect the church… That would be the original Japanese way. Actually, Christianity was welcomed with the same open arms in the 16th century. Until its worshippers were encouraged to burn down Buddhist temples, and its foreign leaders were feared to have political motives.

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jul 23, 2013 (1373 days ago)

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