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Japanese street fashion

There are many styles of street fashion in Japan, created from a mix of both local and foreign labels. Some of these styles are extreme and avant-garde, similar to the haute couture seen on European catwalks. The rise and fall of many of these trends has been chronicled by Shoichi Aoki since 1997 in the fashion magazine Fruits, which is a notable magazine for the promotion of street fashion in Japan.

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I feel like, and this is my personal opinion, Japanese Street Fashion is extremely colorful, in your face, and it gives off the "who gives a ____" attitude (you guys can fill in the blank). That's what I love about it.

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From a post I did on Mori and Harajuku Girls wearing crochet:

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Absolutely stunning. Definitely an outfit you'd see on the streets of Tokyo.

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This is visual kei.

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Japan's street fashion. Intriguing.

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Cute couple!

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Awesome shoes!

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