Monday, 21 May 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,
All images featured in this blog belong to and are shot by 
Pat Lyttle  of  JSTREETSTYLE 

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