Fashion Model Sasha Baldina w/ Leather Jacket & Skinny Jeans in Harajuku

Here’s a friendly Russian fashion model named Sasha Baldina who we met on the street in Harajuku. Sasha has modeled for Louis Vuitton, Tsumori Chisato, Mugler, Prada, Lie Sang Bong, Zac Posen, and more – as well as being featured on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar Singapore and in various other magazine editorials.

Sasha is wearing a black leather jacket over a blue knit cardigan, skinny black jeans & blown suede boots. Accessories include a scarf and a black leather tote bag.

If you’d like to know more about Sasha’s modeling career & see her model pics, check out her profile on

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  1. Beautiful girl but brown shoes paired with a black purse are definitely a no-no!!! The shoes shoul’ve been black like her purse and the jacket!! I also don’t like blue with black they are two dark base colors and each of them is a different story they don’t go hand in hand! The white scarf is her blue cardigan’s perfect catch though!!

  2. Hold up. This is 2012. While I agree the shoes are not harmonious with the outfit at all, there is nothing wrong with mixing it up these days. Sure, the fabrics completely clash, but it looks as though she’s off the clock. It’s probably some free time for her and she looks comfortable in what she’s wearing. It reminds me of something I’d wear on a day I didn’t have much to do, or people to impress.
    Her features are very striking, and the kind you would expect to find on a runway or print model. I smell jelly .

  3. Well I come from a rural town and she’s 10 steps up from what any of the people I usually see get around to lol :). Personally, I love the look. I think the brown boots make it “pop” per se, but I do think wearing black may have been better. It looks like she’s not wearing any makeup or very little but she seems like a charming girl. Forever jealous of her long legs :P

  4. Whoa whoa whoa, what’s with the concern? For high and traditional fashion she’s not a shining example but like others mentioned she’s looking sharp-casual, nothing formal. And I agree that in today’s time there’s no problem mixing up darks with darks and clashing fabrics. That’s the fun of it! (have you not seen the hundreds of pictures of people on this site? so many crazies…)

    Also, I love her shoes. I WANT them so, so much. ;__;

  5. LOOOOOOOOL monica girl, you gonna gripe about her not “matching” and things not “going together” on a TOKYO FASHION WEBSITE? most of the style on here DOES NOT GO TOGETHER, that’s tokyo fashion in general. smh.

  6. I actually think the shoes go perfectly fine with the outfit. I actually think the white scarf doesn’t look that fantastic with the outfit, a darker print scarf would have been cool to see. Meh just my opinion. But I think she looks great :)