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Friday June 28, 2013


shibuya, tokyo
SUMMER 2013,
Kjeld Duits


Shirt – Yohji Yamamoto (remade)
Pants – N/A

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Hair – Mowen (Osaka) – JPY 3,000


Shirt – Yohji Yamamoto (remade) – (friend’s)


Shirt – Yohji Yamamoto (remade) – (friend’s)


Shirt – Yohji Yamamoto (remade) – (friend’s)


Pants – N/A – JPY 200


Shoes – FRAPBOIS – (present)

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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.

Recent photos by Kjeld Duits:

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Comment (日本語もOK)

cool outfit! I like how the blouse makes him seem like a messy artist (or eater? I dunno, some of it looks like a red sauce stain – although I’m sure it’s not, haha). the non-presence vibe kind of reminds me of mori a little. Interesting music video, too.. I was feeling cheery and nodding along to the beat up until the point where they got chopped up into hamburger bits. I did not see that coming! I guess you really “are what you eat”..

Jun 28, 2013 (3448 days ago)

@Amber: I really liked the paint on the shirt. And then I saw it was a Yohji Yamamoto shirt… The hamburger cruncher came on top of that. ^^

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jun 29, 2013 (3448 days ago)

Oh gosh, he’s gorgeous! His face is beautiful…

Mimi chan
Jun 29, 2013 (3448 days ago)

Electrifying… just like white canvas right before the painter starts his piece of art…

(: Monik :)
Jul 7, 2013 (3440 days ago)

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