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Wednesday June 16, 2010

Ayami

amerika mura, osaka
SUMMER, girls
Kjeld Duits

SHOP ASSISTANT, 25

Jacket – EMODA
Dress – EMODA
leggings – EMODA
Shoes – N/A

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Leggings – EMODA – N/A

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Hair – Alpa Queen (Osaka) – JPY 6,000 | Scarf (used as headband) – EMODAJPY 3,000

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Bag – SLYJPY 14,000

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Shoes – N/A – JPY 7,000

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Dress – EMODA – N/A | Jacket – EMODA – N/A

NOTE: Ayami called the “dress” a “t-shirt,” but I thought that was a bit confusing, so I went with “dress.”

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)

those are the coolest tights/leggings. i really want a pair1

andrea
Jun 16, 2010 (2594 days ago)

I love her style so much. Yeah…it does seem like she sticks to one brand but in the end…it really works out well. I would totally go out with her too.

^^ she is totally a win!

a*@rayis
Jun 16, 2010 (2594 days ago)

@Andrea: I had a look in the store of our sponsor Rakuten. They have lots of leggings. I couldn’t find the ones that Ayami wears in the first 5 pages of the search results for leggings, but they may have them. If not, I am sure you’ll find some other cool stuff.

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jun 16, 2010 (2594 days ago)

This chick’s style rocks! I want her top!

Angelina Villegas-Cummings
Jun 17, 2010 (2593 days ago)

Is it my imagination or do some of these ladies look/dress like geishas of the past, in a modern sense.

steve laszczak
Jun 19, 2010 (2591 days ago)

@steve laszczak: Please explain.

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jun 19, 2010 (2591 days ago)

hello.
what I mean is,the kimono was and still is a beautiful fashion statement. in some respects, these cloths represent a new fashion statement albeit a modern one.

steve laszczak
Jun 21, 2010 (2589 days ago)

@Steve: I see what you mean with the fashion aspect of a Geisha’s kimono. As you know, a Geisha is a highly accomplished entertainer, musician and dancer, and each kimono represents a large business investment to a Geisha. So perhaps, it is a bit difficult to compare that with people who dress up for fun, and who want to feel comfortable in their clothes. But if you are thinking of the past role of Geisha as fashion leaders (although usually it was high-ranked Taiyu prostitutes who performed that role), they could be compared with what Japanese people call “Charisma” sales assistants, beauticians, designers, and so on. These are the fashion leaders of today. People like Heri of the fashion boutique Grimoire, or Angelic Pretty designer Makiko Asano, better known as Maki.

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jun 21, 2010 (2589 days ago)

thank you for the information,keep up the good work.

steve laszczak
Jun 23, 2010 (2587 days ago)

I have seen that dress currently being sold in Singapore for SIN$23, aproximately $1600 YEN.

Daphne
Jun 23, 2010 (2587 days ago)

@Daphne: No kidding! That is incredibly cheap, too. Maybe that’s why Ayami forgot the price…?

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jun 23, 2010 (2587 days ago)

I saw a dress like that one at Forever21, but as a shirt:
http://www.forever21.com/product.asp?catalog_name=FOREVER21&category_name=sale&product_id=2069400204&Page=1#

Maria
Jan 7, 2011 (2389 days ago)

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