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Saturday March 20, 2010

MEGURIN

harajuku, tokyo
Hadeko
WINTER 2010, girls
Emi Kusano

STUDENT, 18

Wig – BIBIDE BABIDE BOO
Jacket – N/A
Skirt – PANAMA BOY (shop)

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Jacket – N/A – (present) | Skirt – PANAMA BOY (shop) – JPY 3,900

100223-2533-EK

Wig – BIBIDE BABIDE BOOJPY 5,000 | Hair accessory – 380 Yen Mart – JPY 380

100223-2535-EK

Hair accessory – 380 Yen Mart – JPY 380

100223-2538-EK

Ear muffler – N/A – JPY N/A

100223-2539-EK

Bracelet – N/A – JPY N/A

100223-2549-EK

Bag – N/A – JPY 3,900 | Watch – N/A – JPY N/A

100223-2552-EK

Phone – AU – JPY N/A

Emi Kusano About the Photographer

Emi Kusano spends most of her free time in Tokyo's trendy Harajuku. Both to hang out with friends and to shoot the latest trends. She also enjoys discovering small independent boutiques, vintage clothing shops and nicknack stores. Emi has just started as a photographer, but her work has already been published in Cosmopolitan.

Recent photos by Emi Kusano:

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Comment (日本語もOK)

i love the theme of it. it’s really nice!

nanaa
Mar 20, 2010 (2624 days ago)

You don’t see decore very often anymore in Harajuku. Really too bad; it never bores me.

Kjeld
Mar 20, 2010 (2624 days ago)

I really like this girl’s style. It’s colourful and fun to look at, though I didn’t realize she was wearing a wig. Is it common for 18-year-old girls in Tokyo to go around wearing wigs?

Theo
Mar 20, 2010 (2623 days ago)

@Theo: Yes, it is very common. Wigs are a generally accepted fashion accessory here. Have a look at the photos of wigs in our photo-archive.

Kjeld Duits
Mar 20, 2010 (2623 days ago)

is a wig? (quite disappointed) i wouldnt say!
and another dissapointment is about decora.. my gf loves the style.. you think that decora isnt in fashion? what does a decora girl do when isnt decora anymore?

ojisanbaka
Mar 22, 2010 (2622 days ago)

Many people switch between styles; in such cases wigs are quite handy. Most of the street fashion we follow are worn by small groups of people, often called tribes in Japan, so it’s hard to say whether something is “in fashion,” because so many trends play out all at the same time. I run into far fewer people wearing decora than say 8 years ago, so I think it is now mostly worn by people who really love this style, not by people who are just hanging on.

Kjeld Duits
Mar 22, 2010 (2622 days ago)

thanks for info! ^^

ojisanbaka
Mar 22, 2010 (2621 days ago)

( ^ O ^ )

Kjeld Duits
Mar 22, 2010 (2621 days ago)

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