Japanese Streetwear Styles w/ Hiro Rising Sun Shirt, Vivienne Westwood Printed Pants, Lucky Daikichi Ruffle Slides, George Cox Creepers & Christopher Nemeth Furry Sling Bag
We met Kyo and Yuma, two 20-year-old students sporting ash grey hairstyles and interesting outfits that caught our attention on the Harajuku street.
At the left sporting a shaggy hairstyle is Kyo, who is dressed in a white printed t-shirt with distressed detailing from Peel & Lift, which he tucked into a pair of Vivienne Westwood animal print pants and cinched with a black leather grommet belt. Kyo finished off his outfit with black leather creepers with snakeskin print details from George Cox, a black Christopher Nemeth furry sling bag with white pompom embellishments, and accessories – some from Undercover – such as a single hoop earring, a silver pendant necklace, and multiple bracelets. Kyo mentioned Kodona as his favorite fashion brand, and he likes to listen to the music of Aimyon. Kyo is active on Instagram, follow him!
Meanwhile, Yuma is decked out in a white rising sun t-shirt from Hiro, which he styled with printed arm warmers and paired with red Polo Ralph Lauren shorts worn over stars-and-stripes printed leggings from Number Nine. Yellow-and-white ruffle slides from Lucky Daikichi and an oversized beige printed tote bag rounded out Yuma’s ensemble. Popular remake streetwear brand, Dog Harajuku is one of Yuma’s favorites, and he also likes the music of Aimyon. For more on Yuma and his fashion styles, check him out on Twitter and Instagram.
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