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Monday April 5, 2010


roppongi, tokyo
SPRING 2010, guys

Stage Assistant, 28

Visitor to the G.V.G.V. show at the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo

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I love his hair. He has a nice style… it’s very sleek.

Apr 5, 2010 (4510 days ago)

@Dustheap: reminds me of the rock & roll fashion of the 1960s. Early Beatles.

Kjeld Duits
Apr 5, 2010 (4510 days ago)

めっちゃカッコイイ!!!He is super cool! :))) I love everything about this look. His hair, I guess you can say it’s リーゼント (rii-ze-n-to). Old rock’n‘roll fashion is awesome, although I’m sure it’s not just fashion for him, but also lifestyle.

Apr 7, 2010 (4508 days ago)

@gionbaby: Nice pick-up. Thanks! I think the word リーゼント (Regent) style was originally meant for the pompadour hair style only, instead of the whole look that often goes with it. I am not sure if this already qualifies as a pompadour. Google has lots and lots of photos of the Japanese pompadour or regent style.

Kjeld Duits
Apr 7, 2010 (4508 days ago)

@Kjeld Duits: Yes, I know it’s the hairstyle and not the whole look. That’s why I wrote “His hair, I guess you can say it’s リーゼント”. :)) Well, if you take a look at the Google photos about the Regent hairstyle, you can see that there are various cuts and some are pretty similar to Oto’s (and still called Regent), so maybe this one at least qualifies as a trendy or modern リーゼント. :D

Apr 7, 2010 (4507 days ago)

Oops, got me there, gionbaby. I completely overlooked your mention of hair! Modern Regent sounds good.

Kjeld Duits
Apr 7, 2010 (4507 days ago)

i like it. specialy his hair

May 28, 2010 (4457 days ago)


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