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Friday April 2, 2010

Toshiki Kusakabe

roppongi, tokyo
SPRING 2010,


Style: Mode

Jacket – 603
Shirt – Comme des Garçons (used)
Pants – Balenciaga

Visitor to the GUT’S DYNAMITE CABARETS show at the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo

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Jacket – 603 – JPY 40,000 | Shirt – Comme des Garçons (used) – JPY 5,000 | Pants – Balenciaga – JPY 130,000


Hair – (self) – JPY 0


Necklace – N/A – JPY 20,000


Bag – BEAMSJPY 10,000


Ring – N/A – JPY N/A


Shoes – N/A (used) – (present)


Phone – DoCoMo – JPY N/A

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Comment (日本語もOK)

As I saw the simple, clean lines of the top, I knew something interesting had to be going on below. And there it was! I don’t even know what these kinds of pants are called, but he’s definitely one of the first people I’ve seen who can actually work them! :D

Apr 3, 2010 (4993 days ago)

I love everything about his outfit… except maybe the shoes. For me they seem a bit too long/pointy/shiny for the pants. But this is just nit-picking. XDD

@kagitsune: Harem pants, maybe…?

Apr 3, 2010 (4993 days ago)

@gionbaby: Although the shoes themselves are gorgeous, I agree with you that they don’t fit this outfit. They belong with a nicely cut suit. Good call on the pants. They do look like harem pants. But harem pants somehow seem to give them a feminine aura, which the new gender trends intend to overcome. What’s in a name?

Kjeld Duits
Apr 3, 2010 (4993 days ago)

his outfit, i love everything /i have to agree about the shoes..
and his ring! i want!
an asian guy in arab clothes, reminds me of it..

Apr 12, 2010 (4984 days ago)

Yes, that ring is cool, ojisanbaka.

Kjeld Duits
Apr 12, 2010 (4984 days ago)

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