Tag Archives: Japanese Street Fashion

Japanese Street Fashion: Ganguro

Japanese Street Styles seem to jump from one extreme to another; they are all dramatic and connote so many different messages for the wearers and the people viewing the wearers. Ganguro is the next style I’m going to introduce to … Continue reading

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Japanese Street Fashion: Dolly Kei

Compared to other Japanese Street Fashions this is quite a new style taking inspiration from the Middle Ages and the European Fairy tales written by the Brother Grimm. For anyone who hasn’t heard of the Fairy tales, they are of … Continue reading

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Japanese Street Fashion: Cosplay

If you’ve had chance to read my dissertation you’ll know how important Japanese Street styles are, especially in the Harajuku district. Over the last few decades the styles have changed and developed as well as women’s roles. As there are … Continue reading

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Japanese Street Fashion: Lolita

If you’ve had chance to read my dissertation you’ll know how important Japanese Street styles are, especially in the Harajuku district. Over the last few decades the styles have changed and developed as well as women’s roles. As there are … Continue reading

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