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WINTER 2011

STUDENT, 19

Muffler – N/A
Coat – N/A
Leggings – UNIQLO
Shoes – N/A

110220-9506: Harajuku, Tokyo, UNIQLO, Bohemian Fashion
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Saturday February 26, 2011
princess gabunales: knit and fur…oh yeah..welcome to the dark side.
Yukishou: This is true, vintage is increasing in popularity,i mean lolita hit it big and now mori girl, individuality is important and i love that about j fashion.
Kjeld Duits: @Leah B.: One great advantage that Japanese fashionista’s have is the enormous number of fantastic used and vintage clothing stores. Within a 10 minute radius (on foot!) from the spot where I photographed Turaco, there are at least 10 of the very best of such shops.

STUDENT, 18

Cardigan – N/A
Shirt – UNIQLO
Pants – Grn

110220-9457: Harajuku, Tokyo, UNIQLO, 39MART
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Friday February 25, 2011
akio: Very nice!
K de Corpse: maturity with a spark of humor, dull in essence but hints of fun ultimately a cheeky attire…rating 8/10.
Yukishou: very casual chic, soft colors, besides the button up it’s all soft textures as well, the patterns on the cardigan and pants and the socks really make it a little more interesting with the splash of bright colors.

SALES PERSON, 21

Jacket – Undercover
T-Shirt – Yaponskii
Pants – DIET BUTCHER
Shoes – George Cox

110220-9418: Harajuku, Tokyo, Undercover, Yaponskii, DIET BUTCHER, George Cox, Comme des Garçons
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Tuesday February 22, 2011
Kjeld Duits: @Maria: Hosaka works for Monomania, so he always has some of the edgiest things.
Maria: I like how he puts out the outfit, he could totally walk with it on a runway. I love that the color is only on the shoes. He has awesome and unique accesories too. Super cool ^^
Miato Moofa: I saw him in mint too! :D here: http://mintsnap.com/2011/06/16/62.html

STUDENT, 17

Shirt – N/A
Vest – Casper John
Jacket – N/A
Pants – N/A
Boots – Scarpa

110220-9369: Harajuku, Tokyo, Levi's
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Monday February 21, 2011
Kjeld Duits: @Edward: Unfortunately, I don’t. It was probably bought at a used clothing store… Thanks for loving JS!
Edward: @Kjeld Do you know where this bolo neck tie is from? I would really like to get one like this. Love the blog!
zbam: Tipe bak la?

STUDENT, 19

Top – N/A
Pants – Levi’s
Shoes – N/A

110220-9332: Harajuku, Tokyo, Levi's
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Sunday February 20, 2011
Yukishou: It’s nothing crazy but it’s well put together, it’s an outfit that i can see thought put into but at the same time it’s something you can throw on and it’ll look good, i would def wear this. Stripes on the shirt and sweater make it really pop out but at the same time the grey and brown make it easy on the eyes and his hair just brings it all together, cool bag too. Though the sleeve length and hat make it look too boy-ish
Etsune: @Lactose: Hopefully, I will. But I know exactly what you are talking about… You see, on Thursday, I had to present an economics project. We had to make our own hypothetical business. Mine was a clothing boutique called Kaptain Kawaii that had asian style clothing and featured the Japanese fashion remakeover technique and other things. Since it was Japanese style, I went bold and decided to wear a mori girl outfit…. but it worked out well, because most people said it looked cute ^^ Generally, i DO dress out of the norm for what’s worn in the states anyway, but even THAT was out there for me. I find that there isn’t really anyone else at the school who dresses in the same way I do, but people generally don’t stare at me like I’m weird (though I likely draw more attention than the average student at my school). But maybe its easier for me to wear other things because I’m a female? What styles have you tried in your experiences, and how did people react? Now, i am curious…
Lactose Intoler-Art: @Etsune-You should totally do it! But its a bit harder to rock certain styles in the states from my experience, especially when compared to Tokyo. There’s a lot more common support there!

STUDENT, 18

Stole – N/A
Blouse – N/A
Skirt – N/A
Shoes – N/A

110220-9279: Harajuku, Tokyo, Bohemian Look
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Saturday February 19, 2011
Etsune: @Kjeld: yes, i really DO have to watch out for that, I guess. but i’m not like an idiotic kind of gullible, as in i won’t fall for internet scams or anything. Its just that sometimes my brothers will tell me slightly ridiculous things and sometimes i will believe them… and thank you for those faux fur articles!
Kjeld Duits: @Etsune: Haha. Definitely, don’t see it as a negative. Just make sure it doesn’t cause you harm. ^^ @Kiki: You realize it is fake, right? I guess the morals are still very blurry on this one. There are lots of people who wear fake fur to show how real it looks these days and thereby persuade fur lovers that real fur can be replaced by fake fur. For example, The Humane Society encourages fake fur. Other articles discussing the morals of fake fur: What I bought this week: fur (The Observer), Beyond Viande: The Ethics of Faux Flesh, Fake Fur and Thriftshop Leather (Between the Species).
Kiki: I am truly, vehemently disgusted by that fur.
http://www.japanesestreets.com/?pg=3