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Style: Vintage

Jacket – added
Vest – N/A
Pants – N/A

Visitor to the GUT’S DYNAMITE CABARETS show at the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo

Thursday April 1, 2010
Etsune: There’s something very attractive about this guy…
Kristie: cutecutecute and fun!! I would so wear this! He wears it SO well!
Kjeld Duits: @Maria: The bag is from Corto Molted.


Dress – Something else
Tights – N/A
Boots – G.V.G.V.

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

Wednesday March 31, 2010
Trinity Cooper: Her hair is gorgeous. :) Rina’s style is awesome, too! :P
Kjeld Duits: @nanaa: I love the bag, and I am totally with you on the shoes!
nanaa: her shoes is just AWESOME! and her bag! OMG, ADORABLE!!!


Style: Vintage

Jacket – N/A (used)
Pants – ZARA
Boots – N/A

Visitor to the GUT’S DYNAMITE CABARETS show at the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo

Monday March 29, 2010
Kjeld Duits: @Eszty: Cool, eh! In Japanese street fashion you can see fashion influences from all over the world. Hirari Ikeda last year wore a kimono made of Brazilian chita fabric.
Eszty: This jacket motive is Hungarian folk … interesting
Alyce: This band jacket is the perfect and most awesome accent piece! I’m getting one! This is AWESOME!


Coat – Public Inter Season
Shoes – Givenchy

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

Saturday March 27, 2010
Deborah Ferguson: I love the fearless street style in Japan!! as a street style/fashion blogger myself in NYC, LA and London i can appreciate and respect the photographer finding these amazing people!!
Kjeld Duits: @gionbaby: But he has used those genes well with the clothes and hairstyle he selected for himself. Talking about harmony: Shingo came to the G.V.G.V. show together with Ayumi Watanabe. I had originally planned to upload all the images within 2 hours after we shot them, but we were short of people and I fell completely behind. So unfortunately, Shingo and Ayumi became separated.
gionbaby: I look at the pictures above and I see harmony with a big “H”. So great! <3 And that little purple in Shingo’s hair is plain awesome. Going terribly well with the neutral colour(s) of his outfit. I love his pretty complexion and jawline too.(゚∀゚ ) I know this latter has nothing to do with fashion though, only genes. :P


Style: Lolita
Coat – Keisuke Kanda
Skirt – N/A
Shoes – myu myu

Friday March 26, 2010
nanaa: i checked the syrup website, and the catalog are really great!
Kjeld Duits: I think so, too, gionbaby. Vivid colors would look really lovely. I would also love to see her completely in white, though. She has something very pure about her.
gionbaby: @Marie Sasago: Thank you so much for the response. :) I’ve checked the syrup website. It is so interesting!! :D Especially the concept: 「うさぎも くまも ずっと ずっと 一緒にいられたら きっと しあわせ。」 :D The design of the website is very cute too. I also love the materials and colours they are working with. It made me think what you said about the vivid colours and I am sure Ayumi would look awesome wearing them! For example turquoise (something similar to her shoes but if she would wear it closer to her face) or green. That would be lovely. :)

Hundred Year Old Cool

Antique kimono have become popular and it is now difficult to find nice ones at a good price. At Osaka’s Mei you’ll always find an excellent selection.

Kjeld Duits: Sandy, on internet I found an antique shop in Tomigusuku-shi, where they sell some old kimono. People at this shop may be able to suggest other shops where they specialize in kimono. Name: Naigai Address: 798-4 Onaga, Tomigusuku-shi, Okinawa (沖縄県豊見城市字翁長798-4) Phone: 098-851-2154 Map Google Map On one of the photos on their site the outside of the shop looks more like a garage than an antique dealer, but the photos of their interior are really nice. They are really cheap too. This page shows items selling from as low as JPY 500! (Be sure to click on the next link at the bottom.)
Kjeld Duits: Good question, Sandy. We have no contributors (yet) in Okinawa, and I haven’t been there for ages. So I don’t know. But I assume there must be used kimono shops there as well. Would love to hear from other readers!
sandy: Are there similar shops on okinawa or ishigaki?