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Monday November 25, 2013

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shibuya, tokyo
AUTUMN 2013, girls
Kjeld Duits

STUDENT, 17

T-Shirt – KAKA VAKA
Pants – N/A
Mask – Keisuke Kanda
Shoes – Mujirushi

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Hair – coiiJPY 4,500 | Mask – Keisuke Kanda – JPY 1,000

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Hair – coiiJPY 4,500 | Mask – Keisuke Kanda – JPY 1,000 | T-Shirt – KAKA VAKA – N/A

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Mask – Keisuke Kanda – JPY 1,000 | T-Shirt – KAKA VAKA – N/A

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T-Shirt – KAKA VAKA – N/A

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T-Shirt – KAKA VAKA – N/A

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T-Shirt – KAKA VAKA – N/A

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Backpack – anAcorn – JPY 3,500

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Clothes Pin – writtenafterwards – JPY 3,500

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Pants – N/A – JPY 750

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Shoes – Mujirushi – JPY 2,000

See all the people we photographed at the Bunka Fashion College Bunkasai 2013 (Culture Festival)

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)

The sweater and the pants together: awesome. I know the description says it’s a T-shirt, but with the long sleeves and wool panel, it sure looks like a sweater. But can someone explain the mask?

harlexica
Nov 25, 2013 (1279 days ago)

@harlexica: You are right, not everything can be categorized so easily. ^_- Masks are a very common sight on Japanese streets (see photo below). People wear them especially when they have a cold, so they don’t infect other people. Many supermarkets even require that their cashiers wear them. Because they are everywhere, they are increasingly becoming a fashion statement, just like any other thing worn.

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Nov 25, 2013 (1279 days ago)

「Was part of her orde du jour being a object d’art? Magnifique」

lavyuceffe
Mar 14, 2014 (1170 days ago)

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