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Friday January 15, 2016

Noriko (Satoyama Kinoko)

koto, tokyo
AUTUMN 2015,
Kjeld Duits


Cardigan – UNIQLO
Skirt – small-laly
Shoes – chocoholic

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This post is one of a series featuring photos that I shot in 2015, but weren’t uploaded

Hat – POZZYRAPJPY 5,000 | Hair – ACE-LAB JPY 13,000

Hat – POZZYRAPJPY 5,000 | Hair – ACE-LAB JPY 13,000
Stole – TITICACAJPY 2,600 | Cardigan – UNIQLO -JPY 2,000

Stole – TITICACAJPY 2,600 | Cardigan – UNIQLO -JPY 2,000

Stole – TITICACAJPY 2,600

Bag – N/A – JPY 2,592

Skirt – small-laly – JPY 1,280

Shoes – chocoholic – JPY 2,100

Noriko’s listening to SuG: SICK’S

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)

oh, i like this one. the colors are kind of cheerful, the hat has some bubblegum feeling about it. :D i’m not a big fan of the shoes but they fit the whole outfit nicely. it’s neat how every color can connect/match to another one (cardigan-scarf, skirt-scarf, hair-shoes, hat-scarf… great scarf!^^). makes the whole thing appear well thought out.

Jan 15, 2016 (3104 days ago)

@MJ: I love your description of the knit cap, has some bubblegum feeling about it. Your observation about the colors is very true. When I first started shooting Japanese street fashion, I initially felt that some people seemed to have just randomly thrown colors together. But when I started to add the color blocks to the articles, I discovered that there was an incredible amount of repetition of the colors in the different items, and also that the tone of all the colors usually matched. I think that Japan’s long history of working with kimono has created this incredible ability to use color.

Kjeld Duits (photographer)
Jan 15, 2016 (3104 days ago)

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