Harajuku Guy in Hand Painted Leather Motorcycle Jacket

Meet Tomohiro, a stylish 20-year-old Japanese guy that we ran into on the street in Harajuku. Tomohiro’s outfit features an eye-catching a leather motorcycle jacket that has been hand-painted with white squiggly lines, thus creating a new “remake” piece out of the old jacket. In addition to the jacket, he’s wearing a long skinny t-shirt with a splattered paint/ink design, gray shorts with a raw hem, and flat patterned shoes that he said are from London. Accessories include sunglasses, an awesome chunky silver ring from Japanese indie brand F.E.A.R., and a studded wallet from HEXE room.

Tomohiro’s favorite shops are Candy and Xanadu (two of the hippest boutiques in Tokyo, if not the world). If you’d like to know more about him, you can check out Tomohiro’s blog.

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  1. Interesting combination. Neat idea on the jacket! Reminds me of when I used to scribble over my jeans with a gold and black sharpie.

  2. wow, the jacket is so cool… Maybe I could do something similar with my old, purple leather jacket?
    This guy is just oozing cool.

  3. Really cool… the messy prints concept is so “punk meets Jeremy Scott”.

  4. I have an old Leather jacket that I haven’t worn in ages. Maybe I could try something like this. It’s so hot!

    I don’t like the socks and shoes though.