We met Japanese art director Tetsuya Chihara, who was accompanied by two adorable and stylish kids, while strolling along the streets of Harajuku.

The one on the left was dressed in a graphic tee under a green hooded jacket, blue pants tucked into blue-and-white rain boots, and a blue baseball cap. Meanwhile, the one on the right wore a grey graphic tee over a blue sweater and styled them with striped leggings and shearling-trimmed boots.

Tetsuya was clad in a long black coat from Christopher Nemeth over a handmade pink graphic tee and black pants from Comme des Garçons. The art director styled them with black socks and white shoes with black graphic print from Ed Tsuwaki. He hid his cropped blond hair under a black bowler hat, and he completed his look with oversized black-framed eyeglasses and a “Smoking Kills” tote bag by the late great Judy Blame. For social media updates, follow Tetsuya on Instagram and Twitter. You can also check out Tetsuya’s creative projects on his official website.

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