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Spring/Summer 2011 Collection of Japanese fashion brand YUKI TORII INTERNATIONAL on October 21, 2010, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Saturday October 30, 2010
princess gabunales: i love the variety of this collection..from printed, floral, and lines..very nice.
Kjeld Duits: All the full body pictures neatly lined up with the people in almost exactly the same dimensions: You can see this page by clicking on the list view icon on top of the page (the grid). Incidentally, notice how the h.NAOTO show photo (second from top on the left) breaks the rhythm because it doesn’t follow the full body guideline.
Etsune: What looks cool?

Spring/Summer 2011 Collection of Japanese fashion brand Aria Company on October 21, 2010, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Saturday October 30, 2010
Ridz: @Kjeld I don’t have windows, but it’s the first picture, with the model in the black shirt with the silver embellishments on the shoulders, and the gray pants.
Etsune: @Kjeld: I ABSOLUTELY ONE HUNDRED PERCENT AGREE!!! i LOVE how he used only Japanese models! I didn’t want to say it at first, but i COMPLETELY love the fact that he does Because every time you see fashion shows, there are only (or mostly) foreigners. And it gets annoying from time to time, because I’d like to see the use of the Japanese also! It never even crossed my mind that there would only be all japanese models because of financial constraints.
Kjeld Duits: @Ridz: I am not sure I understand which picture you mean. Can you give the number? (If you are using WIndows, you can see the number when you hover your cursor over the photo). @Etsune: I share your feelings. It was a little too quiet and subdued for a fashion show. This is what you expect to see in a shop, not on a runway. I felt the visuals weren’t strong enough to get the designer’s message across. But I did like that Matsunaga only used Japanese models. Out of financial constraints, I am sure, but it was still good to see. I am glad I was able to catch Yuma Matsunaga’s expression when he received the flowers!

Spring/Summer 2011 Collection of Japanese fashion brand The Dress & Co. on October 20, 2010, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Saturday October 30, 2010
Etsune: I really like this! Though the color palette is a bit neutral considering that this is for a spring/summer collection, I really like it. I like the lace hoodie, and the headwrap on the second photo. Even here in America, you can see pictures of some celebrities wearing the ethnic headwraps. I also love the shoes used, and the purple tights. Overall, I like the look of the designer; it’s really sort of a preppy nautical look.
Maria: I haven’t really see many The Dress & Co. works, but from what I’ve seen, they keep their style. Like it! :D

Spring/Summer 2011 Collection of Japanese fashion brand Yukiko Hanai on October 21, 2010, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Saturday October 30, 2010
Etsune: Beautiful collection! I accidently clicked this, but it’s gorgeous! I love the range she has in here! I see color palettes fitting for all seasons!
Kjeld Duits: @Leah B.: We all struggle with something, don’t we. ^^ Many Japanese women complain about not having enough curves. I think preciously few see themselves as blessed…
Leah B.: Oh, I still enjoy them. Just vicariously. Hope these women know they are BLESSED — even at my most fit and slim, I have always been unmistakably spoon-shaped.

Spring/Summer 2011 Collection of Japanese fashion brand PHENOMENON on October 20, 2010, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Friday October 22, 2010
Kjeld Duits: @code_name_kohaku & Javito: Cool, eh! The Phenomenon show was actually one of my favorite last season.
Javito: Amazing!!! great pics!
code_name_kohaku: Wow…these are cool designs! I’m liking the octopus (mesh?) tank top. I don’t think that many men in the US would wear anything like this…but it’s cool that I know that somewhere in the world people are wearing clothes like these. It’s refreshing.

Spring/Summer 2011 Collection of Japanese fashion brand JUNYA TASHIRO on October 20, 2010, during the Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo.

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Friday October 22, 2010
Kjeld Duits: @Tina: Thanks. I have been in the disaster area for the past two weeks. I will contact you as soon as I finish my activities here. You can follow my activities in the disaster area at facebook.com/kjeld.duits.info
Tina: Hello. I am Tina, a press contact person in charge of JUNYA TASHIRO. Thank you very much for your report about our brand!!! If I can help you, please feel free to let me know! Here is the latest info that our brand might join London Fashion Week next year!!! Please keep paying your attention to our brand, thank you!
Kjeld Duits: @Anya: Don’t forget though that a lot of Japanese (and other Asian) women naturally have a body build like this—straight lines, few curves, fairly flat chests, buttocks and hips—and Junya Tashira’s collection is specifically designed for their needs. The different Japanese body becomes very obvious when you only look at the women we have photographed on the street; these are not models.
http://www.japanesestreets.com/