Monday, 9 July 2018

LONDON FASHION WEEK MENS SS19 part 3

Here is a street style update from the recent LFWM London Fashion Week Mens.

Hope the summer sunshine is keeping you all very much AWAKE
 Here's a new face to our fashion family. The lovely Gloria Wen from Canada.
You maye have spotted her on our last post. Now here in London making 
fashion and style her very own, and seen here rocking a unique cool look.
She wears a belt and shirt and jacket by Awake, a bag by Acne Studios, 
denim shorts and way cool looking heels by Marni.  
We love her style. We'll be showing you more of it we promise. 
 We just LOVE this beautiful white cheaongsam/qipao inspired dress 
worn with these delicate MiuMiu inspired pearly kitten heel sligback 
court shoes by Stradivarius.
 Just how cool are young Japanese women into fashion here in the UK?
Don't answer that. It's a rhetorical question. You already know the answer.
 
 Two of Osaka's finest, presently studying fashion in London. 
 
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Sunday, 17 June 2018

LONDON FASHION WEEK MENS SS19 part 2

LONDON FASHION WEEK MEN'S

On our last post, we ended with some denim, so let's pick up from 
where we left off last. With a bit of the blue stuff, we all know and love.
This is stylist Ramario Chevoy in Diesel denim and Urban Outfitters.
Bit of a chain reaction going on here, so please don't get too distressed.
 Here's a new face to the family. The lovely Gloria Wen from Canada.
Now here in London making fashion and style her very own, rocking denim.
We love her style. We'll be showing you more of it we promise.
How can we leave you and end this post without our rising star, the amazing  
Harper.
Always doing things with a twist. Just see how she works this denim look, 
by her friend AdamFromFashion AndStudioLondon with its Hokusai Wave, 
and that ever so cool bag of hers by GB David.


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Saturday, 16 June 2018

LONDON FASHION WEEK MENS SS19 Part 1

LONDON FASHION WEEK MEN'S

With this particular post, you may not see much in terms of men 
in traditional or conventional menswear. That really isn’t the focus here, 
but more the celebration from across fashiondom, of what’s new, 
what’s exciting, and what you all want to bring to the party. 
Men in womenwear, women in menswear. In these ever changing, 
rapidly evolving modern times of gender fluidity, it’s more usual now to 
see a softening or more blurred edge, to masculine / feminine looks.
In Japan it’s much more obvious and way more exciting visually, 
to encounter styles that blur gender definition of what traditionally 
we are meant, or are told we should wear. At #LFWM SS19 
you could see that blurring start to show its face a little, 
without fear or judgement.

Well lets start with the images in this first post from #LFWM
Hopefully what we shot will interest and inspire some of you. 
There were many new faces, new personalities and characters. 
Welcome to you all.  

Let’s stop skirting around the issue here. We love the #kilt. 
versatile, unisex, intriguing, stylish, an essential impact item that works 
with so many looks. During the 4 day event we spotted several women 
donning the #kilt, and managed to bring a few of those images to you.

 This is photographer Eva Al Desnudo in DMs rocking her tartan kilt
 This is Strategist Jojo Vandal kidd in her tartan kilt and sporran. She gives 
the look an urban edge with her beret, dark glasses and leather jacket.
Who's up for a laugh then. Looks like it's Jojo and Harper
 
Here we have the amazing rising star, blogger and Influencer HARPER SILIN 
also in her tartan kilt and sporran, with Vivienne Westwood AngloMania heels.

Rounding off this post with some denim, but we'll be back with more.
 
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Thursday, 7 June 2018

GRADUATE FASHION WEEK 2018

GRADUATE FASHION WEEK 2018
The Street Style Image Report

The middle season of fashion week events is under way, with a full 
schedule of fashion events in full swing. First up we'd like to share 
with you, the images we managed to capture at the recent #GFW18

As you know, we at JSTREETSTYLE have been brining you street style 
from London, Tokyo, Paris for many years. For a decade now to be exact.
We love street style and street fashion, street snap, and all its other guises
this visual form of appreciation of individuality is, in its love of fashion. 

At Graduate Fashion Week 2018, as usual, students don't often have 
lots of finance and vast budgets to play with. Often they have to be 
frugal in their approach, but they do manage. 
Sadly over recent years, the trend of dominance of the firm grip of 
that of the High Street giant fashion chains, is really easy to spot. 
Less vintage style offerings, less statement individuality, but more brands.

Yet we can and will share with you titans of individuality in style, 
such as the creative style legend that is Londoner Daniel Listmore
A living walking statement of art at its very best. Who says British 
eccentricity is gone, or even negative in anyway. It's alive and kicking 
and is very much on a world stage, shining like a beacon of style.

Please enjoy the images from outside the event that was #GFW18
 
 The amazing Daniel Listmore
Another amazing statement of style is we spotted was Jamie Windust
Model and Editor in Chief of FRUITCAKE magazine.
 This is fashion graduate Amber Sheffield from Bolton, wearing a pice she 
designed focusing on grotesque feminism, celebrating unconventional beauty 
that plays on femail identity and the identity of animals.
 This is Aran from South Korea. She wears a a creation from Singapore 
fashion designer JUN from his JUN London collection based on inspiration 
from London underground.
 This is Lifei from China. She wears a knitwear jacket by YSL, 
worn with vintage shorts
 This is Lifei Huang. She wears a Holister lace top, Chinese/Thai style trousers,
a bag by Ted Baker and shoes by Moda in pelle
 Rounding off this particular post with three funky youg women from 
Osaka japan.

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Monday, 21 May 2018

JAPANESE STREET STYLE HITS CAMDEN SPRING 2018

So it is now 24 hours after the big wedding of HRH Prince Harry 
and his actress wife, Megan Markle, both now to be called the 
Duke and Duchess of Sussex. What spectacular wedding and a great day. 
It had everything one could dream of. Spectacle, fantasy, romance, 
beautiful music, and amazing weather, and the newly weds showed the world 
just how much they clearly were IN LOVE.

Japanese Street Style hits Camden

So in the early hours we were scrolling through Instagram, and spotted 
the lovely Kiriko Takemura, better known as Kyary Pamyu Pamyu.
Cute Superstar of Japanese J-pop, and ambassador of Kawaii fashion, 
was in London to perform at legendary Koko in cool, trendy and very 
colourful Camden. One could say, London’s very own Harajuku.

Sadly her post said the gig was “SOLD OUT”, so sadly we cannot 
share with you any pictures of the super cool and most pretty little one. 
You’ll just have to buy a copy of JAPANESE STREET STYLE
and have a look at page 85, to see the pictures I shot of the lovely woman 
spotted on Omotesando in Harajuku looking way cool and super stylish, 
way before she became the superstar that she is today.

What we did manage to get you was a taster of the many cool and funky 
people, dressed in kawaii style or at the very least, fashionably touched 
by Japanese style, and we believe looked great. See for yourselves. 
We’re sure you’ll all agree.
Inspired hero worship and cool J Street Style 
 
This is Effi from West London. She wears a playsuit by Cyberdog, 
a long sleeve rainbow coloured shirt by Japanese brand Galaxy, with 
cool socks from Takeshita Dori in harajuku, Tokyo and shoes from eBay.
 This is fashion model Caroline from China. She wears a Sweet Lolita dress 
by Angelic Pretty.
  This is Karen Nagato from London. Dressed all in black in Gothic Lolita style.
She wears a dress by Atelier Pierrot, a bag by Irregular Choice and Mon Lily 
sweet doll shoes by Honey Cherry.
 This is Jibby from London. She wears a pink vintage baby doll dress, 
with ankle boots from TK Max,
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Sunday, 29 April 2018

VINTAGE MADNESS - SPRING 2018

Vintage fashion is one of our passions here as you well know.
It has been some time since we’ve made a post here, and due to the endless 
dark days, grey skies, constant rain, you can probably understand and see why.
So let's kick off the new spring season with a few of the super cool 
people we've come across on London's streets on our frequent journeys 
to bring too you, our long term commitment to style and fashion that inspires. 

 How cool and cute is this young beauty with a quirky Japanese style.
This is jewellery designer Yu Chen better known as YuYu
She wears a denim coat and dress from Zara, with adorably cute and fluffy 
sandals from Earth Music and Ecology.  
 Fluffy times
This is bespoke jewellery designer Biwa Wong from Hong Kong, 
spotted in Soho, London. She wears tartan print mesh slingback kitten heels, 
and socks, both from Fendi SS 2018 collection, a bag by Gucci
a vintage tartan print kilt and shirt from Japanese store in Tokyo called Loveless

You can find some of Biwa's amazing work here  
 Let's get a closer look at those way cool looking Fendi slingbacks. 
We constantly get told by the elite and revered of the fashion establishment, 
that one of the most holy of sins or crimes, is the wearing of socks with heels. 
 But when this partnership looks this good, and the Foot Candy is this tasty, 
How is one to resist falling for their charms.
Just go out and break all the rules. After all, that's what they're there for. 
 How else do you get to put your stamp of individuality on things, and lets all 
agree, that's one of the key reason's we've all fallen in love with vintage fashion 
so much over the last few years on a global scale. It's the perfect platform 
of self expression to break those pesky rules, and to create new ones. 
One's of your own making and style.


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