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Saturday April 24, 2010

Kasuke

harajuku, tokyo
SPRING 2010, guys
JAPANESE STREETS

STUDENT, 18

Style: Vintage

Scarf – Yves Saint-Laurent
Jacket – Mikiri Hasshin (used)
Pants – Mikiri Hasshin (used)

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Pants – Mikiri Hasshin (used) – JPY 6000

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Scarf – Yves Saint-Laurent – (mother’s) | Jacket – Mikiri Hasshin (used) – JPY 8,000

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Scarf – Yves Saint-Laurent – (mother’s) | Glasses – N/A – JPY N/A

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Bag – N/A – (present)

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Shoes – Aporo (used) – JPY 6000

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Phone – au (WIN) – JPY 0

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i have a feeling not only the scarf is his mother’s haha..
but again, his shoes are very pretty and the design of his jacket is cool!!

ojisanbaka
Apr 24, 2010 (2677 days ago)

@ojisanbaka: Hahaha. According to him, his scarf is actually his mother’s tablecloth, and his the pictures on his Jacket is Piccaso’s work. Very unique:)

Marie Sasago
Apr 24, 2010 (2677 days ago)

@Marie: His mother’s tablecloth! That’s amazing background information. I wonder if she knows…

Kjeld Duits
Apr 24, 2010 (2677 days ago)

I really like this style actually..Its super interesting to me. I love the color scheme. I have seen some similar style on the streets of Tokyo, and sometimes they even wear skirts. Is there a name for this kind of style? I think the “BOY” shop staff dresses a little bit similar.

For street fashion inspired illustrations, check out my blog!! :)

Lactose Intoler-Art
Apr 25, 2010 (2676 days ago)

@Lactose Intoler-Art: I haven’t yet heard of a name for this style. Maybe Marie has.

Kjeld Duits
Apr 25, 2010 (2676 days ago)

His pants remind me of the ones Japanese workmen wear.

Theo
Apr 26, 2010 (2675 days ago)

@Theo: Yes, they do look a little like those, don’t they. I have been wanting to do a special on Japanese work pants for quite a while. Should really get to it!

Kjeld Duits
Apr 26, 2010 (2675 days ago)

“Woah!” was the first thing that came out of my mouth when I saw this. I love that he’s a One Piece nerd, too. xD

And yes, please do the work pants special! That’d be ace.

kagitsune
Apr 26, 2010 (2675 days ago)

@kagitsune: WIll start looking for good examples on the street; I guess I will have to visit building sites this time!

Kjeld Duits
Apr 26, 2010 (2675 days ago)

I love the Japanese work pants (so a special on them would be awesome!), but I hate the pants above on Kasuke. It looks horrible to me. I love his glasses and bag though. =)

gionbaby
Apr 28, 2010 (2673 days ago)

@gionbaby: Thanks for the thumbs up on the work pants. I am with you on the pants on Kasuke. It’s an interesting look, but not very flattering on him, I think. I like the idea of wearing Picasso on your back, though.

Kjeld Duits
Apr 28, 2010 (2673 days ago)

the “cubic boy”? an assumption on these “cut out” styles …

sandy
Apr 28, 2010 (2673 days ago)

interesting outfit. i would rock it :) check out my perspective on mens fashion in tokyo.

Aisha
Apr 29, 2010 (2672 days ago)

@Lactose Intoler-Art & Kjeld Duits: Thanks for the comments! Well, it’s actually called “men’s skirt(メンズスカート)” and “skirt danshi(スカート男子),” but these are not so popular names, I think. The latter describes those boys who wear skirts themselves. By the way, Lactose Intoler Art’s blog is so awesome that I never fail to check it out everyday!!! Are you a painter? It’s very interesting that you draw Japanse people while your painting is more like Western style!!

@kagitsune: Hahaha, yeah I was the same when I found him on the street! Just, “Whoa!” His style is very new and unique, isn’t it? I’ll try to find more oshare skirt boys next time!

@gionbaby & Kjeld: Thanks for the comment:) It’s true that the shape of his pants doesn’t go very well with his style… by the way, it’s very interesting that he wears Picasso work on his top.

@sandy: Cheers! I’m not sure so I have to make sure. It’s an interesting name but where did you hear it? Very cute name!

@Aisha: I took a look at your blog, but are you also taking pictures? Cool stuff! I had no hesitation to follow you!! What kind of shows do you usually attend?

Marie Sasago
May 1, 2010 (2670 days ago)

@Marie Sasago -Thanks for the encouraging words! I am SO glad that you are checking my blog! Thank you..I hope the contrast between western style art and Japanese people/fashion can be understood okay..!

Lactose Intoler-Art
May 1, 2010 (2669 days ago)

I adore these pants. I’m a student of fashion who will be studying in Nagasaki next fall, first time to the site, and I am IMPRESSED! So many images, so much inspiration! Can’t wait for more!

Petite Sam
May 8, 2010 (2663 days ago)

@Petite Sam: One of our contributors is located near Nagasaki: Sierra. She has just begun to write about fashion in Norther Kyushu.

Kjeld Duits
May 8, 2010 (2663 days ago)

Wow he is soo Hot…!Meeeow
Maybe if he changed his outfit he would be much Hotter!
He makes this outfit…:)

KittyArr
Aug 7, 2010 (2572 days ago)

Love that ‘look’ he’s giving the camera. I really don’t know what to make of his fashion statement except.. it’s eclectic. He is cute!

2otaku
Nov 21, 2010 (2466 days ago)

@2otaku: Yes he does have kind of a special look, doesn’t he!

Kjeld Duits
Nov 21, 2010 (2465 days ago)

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