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STUDENT, 16

Jacket – N/A
Bustier – N/A
Shorts – N/A
Tights – Music Legs
Boots – TOKYO BOPPER

120413-0296: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (Valentine, Music Legs, Tokyo Bopper, Coach)
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Friday April 20, 2012
lisa roberts: She would look great with Knitty Kitty
Ariels ghost: ohh :oo
Kjeld Duits: @Ariels ghost: Julia/Juria herself asked me to spell it as Julia.

STUDENT (FASHION), 19

Coat – BIEN
Shirt – N/A
Skirt – Wonder Rocket
Shoes – TOKYO BOPPER

120407-9669: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (BIEN, Wonder Rocket, Tokyo Bopper, Bunka Fashion College)
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Saturday April 14, 2012
Melinoe: she and her style are so cute
Kjeld Duits: @non sibi: I love those shoes too, but they are too expensive for me. So, I am just wondering how a student can afford to buy those. — When I ask, people usually tell me that they have a part-time job and saved. Often for many months. They are truly dedicated fashion lovers.
non sibi: I love those shoes too, but they are too expensive for me. So, I am just wondering how a student can afford to buy those. I envy her.

STUDENT, 18

Sweater – HAND-KNIT
Shorts – N/A
Shoes – TOKYO BOPPER

120405-8495: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (PEEK-A-BOO, HAND-KNIT, Tokyo Bopper, Disney, ALTER EGO)
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Thursday April 5, 2012
Lala: I imagine the brand HAND-KNIT doesn’t really have hand knitted stuff. If they do, I don’t think that sweater would really cost Y1000 (unless it’s extreme clearance or something).
Kjeld Duits: @Lactose Intoler-Art, Maria & Nyurah: Thanks. That’s a good initiative. I like the idea of JS becoming bilingual, especially if that helps to pull in more Japanese commenters.
Nyurah: @Maria: I will do the same thing. Also my knwoledge somehow ends at “cute”…^^

STUDENT, 19

Coat – N/A
Sweater – American Apparel
Skirt – N/A
Shoes – TOKYO BOPPER

120303-7389: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (Bloc, American Apparel, Tokyo Bopper, Opening Ceremony)
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Thursday March 15, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Diana: Yes, it feels classic, doesn’t it!
Diana: I REALLY love this color combination! I feel like this combination of browns is timeless. I don’t think it’ll ever go out of style…
l'abito fa la monaca: love skirt!

STUDENT, 18

Coat – Snidel
Apron – (self)
Tights – N/A
Shoes – TOKYO BOPPER

120303-7173: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (Cure, Snidel, Tokyo Bopper)
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Tuesday March 6, 2012
Top Gun 2 Bomber Jacket: Your outfits is very beautiful, i really loved it. And I appreciated a photographer who took really good pictures. Thanks for sharing!
Mark White: The apron is used very nicely in this outfit. I have never really thought of layering one under anything before.
Kjeld Duits: @karyn: Great article, eh. I love learning something new about everyday things we take for granted. It is so easy—and wrong—to think that the world always was the way it was when you were born, and will remain the way it is today. Your mother has a great sense of humor. ^^

STUDENT, 19

Cardigan – (self-made)
T-Shirt – N/A
Skirt – American Apparel
Tights – Topshop
Shoes – TOKYO BOPPER

120211-6011 - Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (Drive for Garden, American Apparel, Topshop, Tokyo Bopper)
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Sunday February 19, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Namie: Wow, I forgot to ask that… @cindy: Excellent observation! The Vivienne Westwood ring and ashtray are extremely popular in Japan. I have shot them so often, I don’t even bother to note the brand anymore. Your comment reminded me that I should! ^^
cindy: that gold ring is Vivienne Westwood’s armor ring as well as that metal portable ashtray thats hanging from her bag
Namie: I LOVE HER CARDIGAN! Wonder how much time she spend on that… looks so detailed!
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