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STUDENT, 19

Beret – N/A
Coat – Private Label
T-Shirt – THE TEST
Tights – Kutsushitaya
Shoes – TOKYO BOPPER

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Sunday February 24, 2013
Kjeld Duits: @janus: I don’t think it’s an unusual style for Japanese women. But it’s not a style that’s often shown on blogs and in fashion magazines, perhaps.
janus: Kind a minimalistic look for a Japanese girl I guess. It’s closer to European fashion. I like everything – colors, accessories, hairstyle. Very nice!
Boris: This girl just looked inside my soul.

STUDENT, 18

Jacket – N/A
Shirt – I am I
Skirt – (self) – JPY 0
Leggings – Kutsushitaya
Shoes – Bodyline

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Thursday January 3, 2013
Kjeld Duits: @Maria: Yes, I understand what you mean. I think it’s the result of Natsuki’s preference for loose-fitting items that hide her shape. She has an almost straight silhouette in both looks.
Maria: I didn’t recognize her, so cute! I love the colours. It’s still similar to her previous style but in a different way, hahaha I’m not sure if that makes sense

DESIGNER, 29

Blouse – Nesseshiya
Tank Top – UNIQLO
Skirt – Bilitis
Shoes – I am I

120805-7365 - Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (Valentine, Nesseshiya, UNIQLO, Bilitis, Kutsushitaya, IamI)
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Sunday August 5, 2012
Kjeld Duits: I really enjoyed being able to shoot a mom with her baby. I noticed at least one other photographer shooting Etsuna without her little boy. I’m glad I was able to focus on the person, not just the clothes. ^^
Gabz: This is so georgeous. Really loved her fresh and neat style. Very cute both mum and baby xD
Panna.p: ballerina skirt and kitty shoes – awesome

STUDENT (FASHION), 22

Blouse/ブラウス – ANAP
Shorts/ショーツ – ANAP
Shoes/シューズ – UNIVERSAL FREAKS

120702-0308 - Japanese street fashion in Shibuya, Tokyo (ANAP, Bunka Fashion College, Kutsushitaya, UNIVERSAL FREAKS)
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Wednesday July 4, 2012
Maria: @Nyurah: I am very happy to read that you got encouraged! ^^ Remember there are always times when we get discouraged (just like KD wrote), but goals are never easy to achieve. Everytime I have a hard time with my grades (at both Japanese and university) I feel afraid of not being able to go where I want to go, but then I say to myself that I have talent (even if it is not true xD), so I can keep up.
Kjeld Duits: @Nyurah: Glad to hear that you are so encouraged after finding 5 four leaf clovers in 4 different places. But don’t leave things to chance, Nyurah. Make sure to work hard to make them happen, and believe in yourself and your ability to realize your goals. What you can achieve in life is only limited by how much you want and believe in it, how hard you work for it and how persistent you are. Work hard for it and keep on going. Even when you’re discouraged over and over. ^^ Looking forward to meeting you in Tokyo!
Kjeld Duits: @Leah: I really admire people who can put simple things like this together and make them work.
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