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sabato 30 ottobre 2010

TOKYO STREET STYLE.







Ho sempre un occhio di riguardo verso tutto ciò che viene e che và dal Giappone..(stà sempre più crescendo la voglia di farci anche un giretto a dirla fino in fondo!!).
Tempo fà postai qualche chicca in arrivo direttamente dai backstages della Japan Fashion Week mentre, basta davvero poco, per beccarsi dei giovani dagli sfacciati look circolare liberamente per le strade di Tokyo o Shibuya.
Gli outfit sono a dir poco intraprendenti ed egocentrici, diciamo che non vanno d'amore e d'accordo con la quotidianità milanese (tra tutto quel cemento una sferzata di colore ci starebbe a pennello però)ma per me sono comunque ottime fonti di ricerca, spunti da rinterpretare in una chiave più occidentalizzata.


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