Harajuku Punks Streetwear Styles w/ BlackMeans, Dr. Martens, Vivienne Westwood & Leica
While taking a stroll through the streets of the Harajuku neighborhood, we came upon Yasu and Nashu Iwata, two guys who we see are sporting individual punk street styles.
At the left is Nashu, a 17-year-old student dressed in a monochrome outfit, which features a white sweatshirt with kanji print sleeves by Blackmeans, which he wore over a black sweatshirt and styled with cuffed and distressed dark denims – also from Blackmeans. He finished off his look with a pair of Dr. Martens lace up boots with white laces and accessories such as a black cap, a pendant necklace, and a leather spike cuff bracelet. Dog Harajuku is Nashu’s fashion favorite, while he likes the music of Hat Trickers. Nashu is active on Instagram, follow him!
Meanwhile, Yasu’s streetwear style consists of a Blackmeans studded leather motorcycle jacket, black cuffed and patched denim pants, and Dr. Martens cherry-red lace up boots with yellow stitching, laces, and a spiked cuff. He embellished his outfit with accessories such as a red suede beret hat with badges, a Vivienne Westwood scarf draped around his neck, silver chains, and embroidered coin purse, and he is carrying a Leica camera. In addition, he is wearing a black belt bag with fringes at the back. Yasu also enjoys the music of Hat Trickers.
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