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Style: Lolita

Dress – Baby, the stars shine bright
Bag – Baby, the stars shine bright

Saturday August 21, 2010
EPSUN: I use to like lolita style when I first discovered it but now I think people who wear it are a bit uncreative. Everything is in the dress not in how they wear it.
aragornital: she looks so sweet
Mel: @Marie: Yeah! I’m still need to get the last two books in the Death Note manga, so I’m still into it! I have a Death Note plushie of Near. :)


Hat – H&M
T-Shirt – RNA
Bustier – N/A
Skirt – H&M
Shoes – N/A

Wednesday August 18, 2010
Etsune: That shirt is so cool! From the first photo, it actually looks really shiny! Did anyone else think Lady Gaga when they first saw it?
aura: Oh god i actually believed that those were real studs haha! Great illusion i so want one now! Love the modern tee combination with the leather bustier (or is it corset?). Hairclip is so chic.
Mel: @Kjeld: Wow that’s kind of interesting. :)


Style: Gothic

T-Shirt – Fanta Spooky (limited edition)
Dress – Black Peace Now
Shorts – N/A
Shoes – N/A

Friday August 13, 2010
Etsune: I really like the jacket. I wish there was a straight on picture so I could fully see the shape, but, nonetheless, it looks cute
Style Heretic: I really like the outfit, and the hair adds quite a contrast.
Kjeld Duits: @petitesam: Japanese women are extremely careful with their skin. Women here actually spend more on skin care products than women anywhere else in the world. In spite of the fame that Yamamba, Ganguro and Center Girls got way back in the 1990s and early 2000s, almost all Japanese women desire their skin to be as white as possible. So to protect their skin and to also keep it as white as possible, many Japanese women use parasols and arm sleeves (another accessory you may have noticed).


Style: Dolly Kei

Dress – FILM-F
Shoes – Ashinaga Ojisan

Thursday August 12, 2010
Kjeld Duits: @Etsune: ChigHa actually has a Japanese name; ChigHa is the name she uses as a designer. It’s like a stage name, very common in Japan to do for designers, models, illustrators, and other people in the public eye.
Etsune: @Kjeld: It’s the name. Unless it’s not her real name?
Kjeld Duits: @Etsune: As far as I know, ChigHa is Japanese. I don’t know about her ancestors, of course (if you go back in time long enough, we are all African anyway). What makes you think she’s Korean?


T-Shirt- Comme des Garçons
Shorts – International World Jeans
Stockings – N/A
Boots – Doubledecker

Tuesday August 10, 2010
Etsune: I really love her haircut!
Kjeld Duits: @Lactose Intoler-Art: I always love it when I approach people and it turns out that they have made or remade their clothes. That is the real spirit of Harajuku, and it is an immense pleasure to be able to shoot it.
Lactose Intoler-Art: She’s a REAL Harajuku girl. Love her style, and especially the fact that she remade her Comme Des Garcons PLAY shirt in a custom way. COOL!


Dress – fur fur
Bustier – ONNA:)

Wednesday July 14, 2010
Kjeld Duits: @Anna: Thanks for the warm words; I am very glad that you like JS so much. Words like yours encourage all of us at JS. Of course, not everybody in Japan dresses this originally; they are the creative exceptions. But thankfully, especially in Tokyo’s Harajuku and also in Osaka’s Amerika Mura you can find quite a few of these creative exceptions. Come and visit when you have a chance!
Anna Hoskin: She is totally stunning! i love this blog so much. i live in new zealand and i’m totally jealous of japan.. everyone has such unique and beautiful style. we could definitely use more people like kana here!
Kjeld Duits: @Nila: Thanks!