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Wednesday June 9, 2010


shinsaibashi, osaka
SUMMER 2010, girls
Kjeld Duits


Style: Rock

Hat – Forever 21
T-Shirt – Kanaru Y
Skirt – Onespo
Shoes – Jerry Girl

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Skirt – Onespo – JPY 8,000 | Tights – N/A – JPY 1,000


T-Shirt – Kanaru Y – JPY N/A


Hair Extension – N/A – JPY 8,000


Hat – Forever 21 – JPY 3,000


Shoes – Jerry Girl – JPY 7,000


Detail of Skirt – Onespo – JPY 8,000


Phone – DoCoMo – JPY 45,000

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.

Recent photos by Kjeld Duits:

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Comment (日本語もOK)

I want her shoes. :D

Jun 9, 2010 (4448 days ago)

So do I!

Jun 9, 2010 (4448 days ago)

There’s a pair of shoes at Tesco just like that for about £15-20. My cousin has them.

Jun 9, 2010 (4448 days ago)

Really interesting! ちょっとぎゃるですね? I’m not usually a fan of gyaru style (which this isn’t hardcore gyaru by any means), but its nice that you guys show a variety of everything that is popular on the streets of Tokyo besides just the ura-hara fashions..(although that IS my favorite..haha)

Lactose Intoler-Art
Jun 9, 2010 (4448 days ago)

@Berry & Leaf: I thought those shoes were really cool, too!

@Mel: Knowing that Tesco has them on the shelf kind of takes the magic out of it, don’t you agree?

@Lactose Intoler-Art: Actually, Ririki was adamant that her style was not categorized as gyaru, not even by suggestion. But yes, we try hard to give a fairly broad representation of fashion on the Japanese streets. I wouldn’t mind broadening it even more, but we also have to consider the feelings of the people we photograph. I am very grateful that they give us all this time and allow us, total strangers on the street, to photograph them. I feel it’s extremely important that they should not get the feeling that we shoot everybody and their grandmother. Even though JS paints a broad canvas, we are still very selective in who we choose to shoot.

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jun 9, 2010 (4448 days ago)

i love her shoes!

Jun 9, 2010 (4447 days ago)

Not really, that’s kind of shallow.

Jun 10, 2010 (4447 days ago)

gotta say that’s why i follow JS because of your selectiveness of the people you shoot. they’re not just random pics of anyone who walks in the streets and wears basic marks&spencer outfits, but they actually know how to mix their interests, have fun with fashion and be an inspiration to others. personally my hobby with designing clothes has lately faced a downfall cos i can’t find anything new from the marketing fashion in europe. JS really helps me to mix it all and see if the results suck or are potential :D it’s a shame i don’t see these kind of people in my hometown, they just wear the shortest skirts and lots of eyeliner, which looks kinda stupid (well whatever works). so thanks for your hard work, we all appreciate it!

Jun 11, 2010 (4446 days ago)

@neva: Thanks a lot. Really appreciate hearing that. I am really glad that JAPANESE STREETS can inspire you. We will work very hard to continue doing that!

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jun 11, 2010 (4446 days ago)

I really love this outfit. I wish that she had a skull-decorated bag to go with it! ^^

I.C. London
Jun 23, 2010 (4434 days ago)

she is soo cute, i love the hat :)

Jul 22, 2010 (4405 days ago)

@ror: Her personality shows in her smile, actually. Ririka was a lot of fun to photograph.

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jul 22, 2010 (4405 days ago)

I love this outfit :D
And the curls look so nice, i cant get mine to stay :( hahaha :)

Jun 9, 2011 (4082 days ago)

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