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Shorts – One Tea Spoon
Shoes – Ulula

130627-0202.1 - Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo
Thursday July 4, 2013
Kjeld Duits: @Simona: Thank you for your kind words. I definitely want to interview Kazuhiro Watanabe!
Simona: She has bright personality and I admire that she tries different things to explore further with the design for tights and leggings. What she said about the owner of Avantgarde caught my attention – that nothing is impossible. I was wondering if it is possible for you to interview Kazuhiro Watanabe. I would love to know more about the way he’s thinking and the history behind his brand. Thank you for making possible to catch a glimpse on Japanese fashion and people even if we are so far away.:D
Kjeld Duits: @mark: THANKS!


Bolero – h.NAOTO FRILL
Blouse – ALICE and the PIRATES
Corset – metamorphose temps de fille
Tights – tutu anna

Monday January 21, 2013
Kjeld Duits: @Yasmin: Not so big. The angle and the lens used give a false impression.
Yasmin: How big are her feet??!!!!!!!!!!!


Monday October 1, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Kiara: Very well and very clearly said, Kiara. I completely agree with you. Especially because I know both Juria and Narumi personally. Thank you for expressing your thoughts on this!
Kiara: I think people should keep in mind that Juria is just one person and she’s seen many times online because she’s just out there. There are probably many other girls in Tokyo, and even in other cities that have styles similar to Juria, but not because they want to copy her, but they just probably happen to like to dress similarly and shop at the same places. It’s not like Juria just makes her own clothes for her exclusively to wear, the items she wears are bought in stores and other girls have the right to buy those things xD As a girl who wears Lolita, I know there are many Lolitas that have a lot of the same items, but not because we try to copy one another, but we just happen to like the same exact print. I think in a lot of other substyles you can see the same thing happening. So I think it’s very unfair to say that this girl wants to be like JURIA. You know? Along the lines of what Kjeld said, be considerate of the words you say. phew long comment, sorry xD
Kjeld Duits: @Katja: Exactly, Katja. Thank you for pointing that out. To the people who have become curious by Katja’s message, check out the site of the NADIA FLORES EN EL CORAZON store in Harajuku (blog). Many of the people into this style shop here.


Mana is better known under her artist name machico

Monday October 1, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @MaliceInWonderland: Oh, I didn’t check that. But it looks like the pink lingerie top is belted. Maybe with a sash of some kind?
MaliceInWonderland: Is her top/dress belted? Or is it made to blouse that way? I find this look to be very inspiring.
Kjeld Duits: @Maria: I love her drawings, too (See Live Painting by Machico & Karin at Tokyo Fashion and Music at POP ‘N’ CUTE). They are really cute!


Sunday September 30, 2012
nora: At first I didn`trecognize her at all but after I took a second look at her unique face and posing it hit me. Wow, it`s impressive to see someone who have the guts to express their different personas.
Kjeld Duits: @Maria: Ray always amazes me. Each time I meet her she looks totally different. Like a different person almost. That is tough to carry of. You have to leave your comfort zone each and every time.
Maria: Ray remind me of a friend, she is sometimes very rock and other times very feminine. They look great no matter what style they wear.


Sunday September 30, 2012
nora: I don`t really know what it is but something captures me. Maybe its her intensive expression? The way she incorporate cute in sexy? IDK.