As promised, more of the lovely Hiromi Tsuruta from the Harajuku
super fashion Mecca Nadia Flores en el Corazon. Nadia ia a very cool shop
with lots of well known brands and has fun staff. They're all so cute and kawaii.
The customers though is what it's all about and many of the girls and boys
we met and photographed especially to share with you are had amazing style.
Many of the components of their style came from Nadia. There was a special
kind of indentity with that style from what we saw. Hiromi here was on this occation
wearing blue and wearing sunflowers. This seasons colours but lots of cool,
funky looking teenagers were wearing pastel shades but the colours purple,
mauve and the classic fave of pink appeared to be the signature for the clients,
customers and fans of Nadia during July 2014.
Some of the trends spotted other than the colours we mentioned were in
footwear. Very impotant is footwear, We all know the power pretty foot candy
has over us all. Platform sandals woth with brightly coloured aften odd coloured
socks. Well why be normal when you can bend and break the rules.
Much more fun that way and every teenager know that or at least should do.
Still on shoes were fluffy slippers that seemed to be most popular from
the shop Bubbles. Here's an example below. Many teenagers around Harajuku
were spotted wearing these or something very similar.
of not just Harajuku but all over Japan is nail art. Here's some fun glitter work.
And some more colourful and decorative free style work
Another of the big and very noticable trends among many of the teenagers
was to wear ripped jeans. We're not talking celebrity style here where they
just dabble. We're taking major hack and slash victims with these jeans.
Girls love them that way. It's all about rebellion and non confoming isn't it.
Another cutie shop staff from Nadia in her ripped jeans.
This is Toda spotted in Harajuku dressed in Kodona style, a boyish prince like
dandy Lolita style. Her entire look is by the brand Putomayo.
images. Also thi is an image of two teenage girls dressed in the contravercial
style known as Ganguro or Yamamba hugely popular in the mid 90s.
These girls were spotted on a shopping spree at We Go and their look is not
as extreme as the classic look with the bleached hair, panda or ghost like
make up people often reffer to with the look. At the end of the day, they're
just teenagers and they are ment to be or to dress in a rebelious manner.
Above is the super cool owner of the hugely popular brand and shop
Avantgarde that specialises in pattern leggings and tights. Possibly the
best you can get if you're a teenager living in Japan. We've shot this man
a few times in his much loved vintage denim overalls by Lee, but we only
just found out about his true right of stardom. This is Kazuhiro Watanabe.
The Guinness World Record owner of the tallest mowhawk hairstyle.
As you can see in this image, he has it tied up and pinned these days
but it's an incredibly long and impressive main he has. One to be proud of.
Lots more street style action to follow. JSTREETSTYLE
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