, 2019-12-10 08:00:00,
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What Is Japanese Street Fashion?
Japanese street fashion is a cultural revolution against the country’s lack of avenues for self-expression. With a dress code for everything, the youth of Japan dare to be different, giving birth to some pretty eccentric outfits.
The birthplace of the clothing revolution in Japan, Harajuku is now a certified fashion juggernaut on the world stage. Leading brands like Nubian, Fethers Goffa.x and Kubo Mitsuhiro’s GR8 have taken the lead in the fashion industry, forming the fashion capital of Japan. It’s the one-stop-shop in Tokyo for all fashionistas to show off their unique style.
Located just across Harajuku Station, Takeshita street is home to a collage of smaller affordable clothing stores mixed with brand stores like WC and Etude House. WC offers ruffled, pastel-coloured clothes while Etude House caters to those looking for Korean style make-up and accessories. When you’re not…
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