Japanese Street Styles w/ Extra Long Sleeves, Aymmy in the Batty Girls, Yaponskii, Yoko Fuchigami & UNIF

While out on an early evening walk around Harajuku, we spotted Kiku and Nana, two students whose gray and silvery blue hairstyles and fashion-forward ensembles easily caught our eye.

At the left is Nana, whose interesting streetwear style features a dark red heart print textured cardigan tied at the waist, which she paired with a white UNIF zip-up top. She styled her layered tops with an olive green quilted skirt from Aymmy in the Batty Girls – with pleated and pocket details – and a pair of ankle-wrap wedge sandals from Coach. The 17-year-old accessorized her look with a blue knit hat, oversized sunglasses, blue statement geometric earrings, and a silver vintage metallic clasp purse. Follow Nana on Twitter and Instagram.

Meanwhile, 16-year-old Kiku’s ensemble consists of a black vintage faux leather vest with a studded neckline, worn over a black Yaponskii sweatshirt with extra long monochrome mixed-print sleeves and paired with red tiered ruffle pants. He finished off his look with black leather shoes, and a black Yoko Fuchigami crossbody bag. Balmung is Kiku’s favorite fashion label, and he enjoys the music of Ringochan. You can follow Kiku on Instagram.

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