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Saturday April 3, 2010

Hiroshi Miyauchi

roppongi, tokyo
SPRING 2010,


Style: Edogawa Ranpo

Jacket – H&M
Cardigan – UNIQLO
Pants – UNIQLO

Visitor to the G.V.G.V. show at the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo

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Jacket – H&M – JPY 3,000 | Pants – UNIQLOJPY 2,000 | Shoes – N/A (used) – N/A


Jacket – H&M – JPY 3,000 | Shirt – UNIQLOJPY 3,000 | Tie – N/A – (present) | Hair – N/A – JPY 4,500 | Pin – N/A – JPY 150


Glasses – N/A – JPY N/A


Bag – IL BISONTEJPY 80,000


Shoes – N/A (used) – N/A | Socks – UNIQLOJPY 200


Phone – WINJPY N/A

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Comment (日本語もOK)

like the bag….

Apr 3, 2010 (4992 days ago)

@jurrasic: Me, too. Great bag!

Kjeld Duits
Apr 4, 2010 (4992 days ago)

I love this style! Very old school Londer, I feel like. Cool haircut..This makes me want to ebay vintage pins! haha

Lactose Intoler-Art
Apr 4, 2010 (4992 days ago)

@Lactose Intoler-Art: Hiroshi’s style is apparently inspired by a character of Edogawa Rampo novels. Especially the hair, I think. Edogawa Rampo (1894-1965), whose real name was Taro Hirai, is considered the father of the Japanese Detective Story. He made his nom de plume to sound like his hero Edgar Allan Poe. Say Edogawa Rampo quickly many times and you’ll understand.

Kjeld Duits
Apr 4, 2010 (4992 days ago)

I love his glasses! I’ve noticed that a lot of people been wear glasses like that lately…

Apr 4, 2010 (4992 days ago)

@Dustheap: You could be right about the popularity of the glasses; I will pay more attention to glasses when I’m on the street!

Kjeld Duits
Apr 4, 2010 (4992 days ago)

Ah yes, I can see now! Thanks! And I bought some glasses very similar to that in Shimokitazawa last New Years! They’re great!

Lactose Intoler-Art
Apr 4, 2010 (4991 days ago)

@Lactose Intoler-Art: Glasses have become extremely cheap in Japan over the past 10-15 years. Items that cost about 60,000 yen 15 years ago can now be had for 5,000 yen. It is unbelievable. The result is that glasses have become a true fashion item with people having many and matching them to their outfits. How much did you pay for yours at Shimokitazawa?

Kjeld Duits
Apr 4, 2010 (4991 days ago)

I meant to say “Londoner” earlier in my post, not “Londer” haha..But I think you understood me anyway.

Mine in Shimokita were super cheap! Around 1500 yen!

Lactose Intoler-Art
Apr 28, 2010 (4968 days ago)

@Lactose Intoler-Art: Thanks for filling us in on Londer. I couldn’t quite figure it out, I must admit. 1500 yen is a steal!

Kjeld Duits
Apr 28, 2010 (4968 days ago)

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